The South Shuswap branch of Okanagan Regional Library will host a popular children’s performer Tuesday, April 14th at 10:30 a.m.
Kathy Reid-Naiman is a member of Mariposa in the Schools, an organization dedicated to bringing quality musical experiences to school children in Ontario.
She is also a member of the Children’s Music Network. Her children’s recordings; Tickles & Tunes, More Tickles & Tunes, Say Hello to the Morning, A Smooth Way to London Town, On My Way to Dreamland and Reaching For the Stars have become very popular with pre-school teachers and families with toddlers and young children.
Reid-Naiman has been teaching classes for young children six months to six years of age and their caregivers since 1982 in libraries in Ontario.
For more info, call 250-675-4818.
Book sales are important to the South Shuswap Library.
Funds are used for future purchases, which include a special table to display a rock collection and two lounge chairs situated in the magazine area.
Enter the South Shuswap Friends of the Library, a group that began in 2002 under the umbrella of the Salmon Arm Friends of the Library group.
Twelve volunteers help out with the book sales in Salmon Arm, earning funds based on the number of hours they put in at the sale.
The group also provides funds for special library programs.
Friends meetings are held five times a year on the third Monday of February, April, June, September and November.
South Shuswap and Salmon Arm Friends of the Library will be holding their next meeting at 2 p.m. Monday, April 27 in the boardroom of the Piccadilly Mall.
New members are welcome. For more information on the South Shuswap Friends of the Library, contact John Pattinson at 250-835-2270.