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The Summer Reading Club at Invermere Library is for kids from grade 1 to 5. Have fun with crafts, activities and books.
The summer children's program at the Windermere Valley Museum is a fun weekly kid's program for ages 6 to 10 years. Space is limited so please register early!
Keeping Food Real Part II is about saving your own seeds to grow better crops. Learn to select, harvest, store, collect, clean and package seeds.
Having technical issues with your computer or other electronic device? Just 'Ask a Librarian' on Saturday afternoons from 1 to 4 PM, we can answer basic questions.
Wild Ideas kids club at the Invermere Public Library is a FREE weekly program for kids grades 5-8. Explore life in the wilderness through fun challenges and activities
Are you in grades 9 to 12? Like to read stories based upon the wilderness? Learn to write your own. Join the Wild Writers Squad this summer!
The Invermere Public Library offers a weekly drop-in story time Thursday mornings for all preschoolers. We have stories, songs and crafts. It's great fun and it's FREE.
Visitors and the Ktunaxa people will have the chance to learn about the history and also the future of salmon in the Columbia River at Kinsmen Park.
Saturday Story time is a FREE weekly drop-in event at the Invermere Public Library especially for pre-schoolers. Kids will enjoy stories, songs, games, and crafts! Join us!
Breastfeeding Mamas is a FREE monthly peer support group for pregnant and breastfeeding mothers. We meet in the Children's Corner at the Invermere Public Library.
Do you love the great outdoors? Birds, especially waterbirds? Become a volunteer 'citizen scientist' and help Wildsight conduct the Columbia Wetlands waterbird survey. Three dates this fall.
For Keeping Food Real III, making good compost, you'll learn how to make a healthy community of soil-microbiology to help your plants thrive with good compost.
This FREE symposium for all Columbia Basin residents will examine the current trends of demographics, technology, climate change, how we are impacted and how to benefit from them.