NFB Film Screening: Out of Sight, Out of Mind

In Out of Mind, Out of Sight, Emmy Award-winning filmmaker John Kastner gains unprecedented access to a forensic psychiatric hospital, once known as an asylum for the criminally insane. He follows the treatment of four patients struggling to gain control over their lives so that they can return to a society that often fears and demonizes them.

100 Mile Branch - September 25th, 6:00pm-8:00pm

out of mind out of sight poster


Fall Equinox Craft at the 100 Mile Branch

Come celebrate the Fall Equinox at the library. We will be hosting a craft for children 5 to 12 years of age. 

Registration is required, as space is limited.

Thursday September 24th, 3:30-4:30pm
fall equinox


Dipnetting with Dad: Book launch story-time and celebration at the Williams Lake Branch

First-time author and Williams Lake Indian Band member Willie Sellars captures a sense of family values, and articulates the importance of storytelling, community living and coming of age in one of BC’s oldest cultures. The contemporary, colourful and dynamic illustrations of debut artist Kevin Easthope truly bring the characters to life.

BUMP, BUMP—SLAP, river sockeye
salmon are pulled onto shore! Visit the Sweat Lodge, mend
the nets, select the best fishing
spot, and catch and pack the fish
in the new book!

Saturday September 20th, 10:30am
dipnetting with dad book cover


How to Download Library eBooks at the 100 Mile Branch
This class will explain how to download e-books from the British Columbia Libraries catalogue. The steps on how to download the software needed –authorize your device and sign out e-books.  The workshop will be held in the programme room.

Friday, September 19th, 10:00-11:30 am
library ebooks


Best-selling author & Xat'sull Chief Bev Sellars at the Williams Lake Branch
Chief Bev Sellars will be at the Williams Lake Branch to present and speak about her book, They Called Me Number One: Secrets and Survival at an Indian Residential School.

It is the first full-length memoir to be published out of St. Joseph’s Mission at Williams Lake, BC, and tells of three generations of women who attended the school, interweaving the personal histories of her grandmother and her mother with her own. Sellars candidly documents the emotional and physical trauma she experienced, and gives insight on her own journey toward healing.

Tuesday September 9th, 7:00pm
they called me number one




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