May 2013

Salmon Confidential screening at Williams Lake Branch

When biologist Alexandra Morton discovers BC’s wild salmon are testing positive for dangerous European salmon viruses associated with salmon farming worldwide, a chain of events is set off.

Hosted by the Cariboo Chilcotin Conservatio Society

Wednesday May 29th, 7:00pm Library Program Room
salmon confidential

 

NFB's Hard Light screening at Williams Lake Branch
This feature film uses Michael Crummey’s seminal piece of Newfoundland literature to examine cultural change and modern relationships. As in Crummey’s collection of poems and stories, there is a decisive theme of the artist investigating his ancestors to discover himself. Filmmaker Justin Simms offers viewers a timely reflection on compassion, storytelling and identity.

Thursday May 23rd, 7:00pm, Library Program Room
hard light

 

Horses of the Chilcotin with David Williams at the Williams Lake Branch
Join us as David Williams show slides and talks about the wild horses of the Chilcotin, specifically about his research into the origins and conservation values of the Brittany Triangle horses and their role in the ecosystem. He has been studying them for twelve years and is making the case for their protection as an iconic heritage species of great importance to Tsilhqot'in peoples.

Wednesday May 15th, 7:00pm, Library Program Room
horses of the chilcotin

 

Multicultural Conversation Cafe

Practice speaking English with community volunteers in a casual, friendly atmosphere.
All are welcome.
For more information, contact
Sharon at IMSS, 778-412-2999 ; sharont@imss.ca
imss logo

 

Book Sale at the Williams Lake Branch
Starts Tuesday April 30th and runs until Saturday May 4th in the library program room.

Hours:
Tues-Thursday
10:15am-4:00pm (break) 5:30pm-7:30pm
Friday
10:15am-4:00pm
Saturday
10:15am-1:30pm

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