Storywalk: The Orange Shirt Story by Phyllis Webstad
Join us for the true story of Phyllis Webstad told in her own words. This is the true story of Webstad’, and the story behind Orange Shirt Day, a day to recognize the Survivors of the residential school system. A Storywalk® is a fun, educational activity that allows children to read a story as they walk through the library. It’s designed to build children's interest in reading while encouraging healthy activity for both adults and children. Start at the title page then follow along until you reach the end of the story! COVID-19 safety protocols are in place, including physical distancing and masks. Screening is required to enter the library. Visit our website to learn more.
This event is free.
Halton Hills Public Library
For over a century the Halton Hills Public Library has provided space for people to create and collaborate. With branches in both Georgetown and Acton, it has become a main provider and presenter of arts and culture events in the community. For Culture Days this year, the Library will host a wide variety of activities for all age groups in various artistic disciplines. Please join us online or in branch to learn more about Culture Days at the Library, including the programs, venues, dates and times; as well as the arts and culture opportunities available in Halton Hills year-round. Plus, you can follow and engage with us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or YouTube for the latest updates. For more information on library programs, services, hours of operation and access to the online catalogue, please visit www.hhpl.on.ca.
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For over a century the Halton Hills Public Library has provided space for people to create and collaborate. With branches in both Georgetown and Acton, it has become a main provider and presenter of arts and culture events in the community....
9 Church Street
Halton Hills, ON
Halton Hills Public Libraryaskus@haltonhills.ca
This event is wheelchair accessible, and has gender-neutral washrooms.