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Join us for a visual presentation of Abandoned Manitoba by Manitoban author Gord Goldsborough.
Refreshments will be served and books will be available for sale.
Book Synopsis: Travel with Gordon Goldsborough from Rapid City School to Mallard Lodge to Union Stockyards and many places in between as the author helps us reclaim some of our long-lost heritage. This full colour, richly illustrated book looks at abandoned sites around Manitoba, describing their features, what caused them to be abandoned, and what they tell us about the history of the province.
Come watch a classic movie at the library! Every fourth Friday of the month is movie night, and we alternate between showing a family movie one month and a classic movie the next. Most months, movies begin at 6:30 pm, free admission and popcorn are included. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Event takes place in our multipurpose room.
For January, we will be watching Arsenic & Old Lace <rated PG>
Bring your family and friends and join us in a celebration of literacy! Jake Epp Library will be hosting a special party with children’s entertainment by Dr. Sprocket, stories, and cookies and milk provided by Sobeys!
The library will open exclusively on Sunday, January 27th for this special day.
Family Literacy Day is a long-standing and proud tradition of Jake Epp Library. Beginning in 2004, the first annual celebration of Family Literacy Day, which included having our mayor, Les Magnussen, declare January 27th as Steinbach’s Family Literacy Day.