Nature of Home
Angela Low – Mind the Heart
WorkBC Career Advisor Drop-In Days
Where I Stand
The book club is reading and discussing The Reconciliation Manifesto: Recovering the Land, Rebuilding the Economy by Arthur Manuel and Grand Chief Ronald Derrickson.
Nature of Home
Each Saturday in April
7pm, doors at 6:30pm (seating is limited)
Movies, stories, research, & discussion centered on Bowen/Nexwlélexm—our wild and ancient neighbourhood.
Saturday, April 6, 7pm, at Collins Hall – Adam Taylor presents “Bowen From Below: Exploring Howe Sound’s Underwater Realm”
Saturday, April 13, 7pm, at Bowen Library – Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas presents “WRECK-CONciliation: Now What?”
Saturday, April 20, 7pm, at Collins Hall – Bob Turner presents “The Great Howe Sound Recovery”
Saturday, April 27, 7pm, at Bowen Library – Fiona Beaty presents “I Find My Identity in the Sea Around Us”
Drop in between 2 and 5 pm on the second Wednesday of the month, February-November 2019, [Update: April 10 is cancelled] with any questions you have about the job search process. Need advice on putting together resumes? Looking at future careers? Need help navigating the digital world of job searching? Chantal Rackley of WorkBC North Shore will be in the library Annex to help answer your questions. These one-on-one drop-in sessions are free!
February 13, March 13, (April 10 is CANCELLED), May 8, June 12, July 10, August 14, September 11, October 9, November 13.
Go to www.workbc.ca for more information and career help resources.
May 2019 board meeting has been re-scheduled from May 16 to May 8.
Location has also been changed to 1223 Miller Road.
Knowing Our Place: The Book Club
Timothy Taylor Author Talk