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Libraries offering entertainment on next Pro-D Day

Children in primary grades and their parent/ caregiver(s) are invited to drop by their local library on Friday, Oct. 21 for some non-instructional day fun. Special entertainment has been planned that will definitely delight everyone attending.

Students can show off their spelling skills in events at all three Delta libraries

Spelling enthusiasts who are currently in grades 6 or 7 are invited to showcase their skills by competing in the Fraser Valley Regional Library's Sport of Spelling. Entrants will compete in a spelling bee at their home library.

Graphic novelist to read from his latest work at Ladner Library

Acclaimed graphic novelist Scott Chantler will talk about his most recent book, Two Generals, when he visits the Ladner Pioneer Library later this month.

Tsaw. Rotary reaches out

The Rotary Club of Tsawwassen has donated $1,014, proceeds from its concession stand at the Sept. 3 outdoor movie night, to the Reach Child and Youth Development Society.

Workshop helps parents with education plans

If you are a parent of a school-age child with special needs, October is the time your child's school should be developing an Individual Education Plan (IEP).

Alzheimer Society hosting workshop for caregivers

Planning for the Future set for Delta Hospice centre

Legion support found throughout community

Specialized wheelchair donated to Delta Hospital

Young actress wins award at international film fest

Tsawwassen's Emma Karwandy came away with the best actress in a leading role award at the Burbank International Film Festival last month. "I was just in complete shock," Karwandy said, talking about her reaction when she'd found out she won.

Guichon grandkids support hospital

For the second consecutive year, the grandchildren of the late Lorraine Guichon thanked their community for its amazing support throughout this summer's produce season with a fundraiser in support of Delta Hospital. On Saturday, Sept.

Ladner Pioneer Library has book clubs for both kids and teens

Do you love to read and talk about books? The Ladner Pioneer Library offers book clubs for both kids and teens. If you are between ages nine and 12, register for the monthly Kids' Book Club beginning Wednesday, Oct. 12 from 3: 30 to 4: 30 p.m.
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