Literacy Now Burnaby handed out 100s of books at the Burnaby Neighbourhood House south food hub today.
With the help of our busy volunteers, people received literacy hampers with age-appropriate books, colours, activity sheets, The West Coast Reader, and info in various languages on community resources like the Neighbourhood Small Grants, Burnaby Public Library, NewToBC, etc.
This project was made possible through the Raise a Reader campaign and donations from community members, with materials from First Book Canada.
Thanks to everyone at the BNH food hub, we hope to continue this project to put a book in every child’s hand!
Saturday, April 3, 10:00am
Online on Zoom
Register online, at any BPL location, or call 604-436-5400.
Are you a parent or caregiver raising a multilingual child?
There are so many resources at Burnaby Public Library that you can use to support your child’s first language and to help them learn about other cultures. In this workshop, we’ll show you how to find these resources and we’ll also share tips and practical information for raising multilingual children.
This workshop is presented by Andrea Lukic, Teen Services Librarian and will take place online using Zoom. To join, you’ll need a device with internet connection, audio, and a microphone.
Literacy Now Burnaby is a task group whose members are working in partnership with community groups and organizations to build and enhance literacy services, programs, and networks in Burnaby.
Our mission is to collaboratively identify literacy needs in Burnaby, to encourage community efforts to add literacy components to current programs, and to create new literacy initiatives where needed.
Literacy Now curates a list of literacy programs and providers in Burnaby, and we invite you to have a look at the map.
Community groups and individuals interested in furthering literacy in Burnaby are welcomed to attend our regular task group meetings and events. Please contact us to find out more.