Fun and games for Family Literacy Week

Free family literacy events at the end of the month in local communities.

Bridging to Literacy is excited as it plans for annual Family Literacy Week starting on Jan. 28, 2013. There are activities in Ashcroft, Cache Creek, Cooks Ferry Band and the Bonaparte, begining with an activity night at the Bonaparte Band and ending with free public skating at the arena in Ashcroft. Each night there will be a draw and everyone’s name goes in for the grand prize on Saturday. All of these activities are free to attend.

Monday, Jan. 28 – Games Night at Bonaparte Indian Band Hall, 6-8 pm.

Tuesday, Jan. 29 – Family Games Night at Cache Creek Community Hall, 7-9 pm.

Wednesday, Jan. 30 – ZUMBA Fitness with Krystal and Nicole at Cache Creek Elementary, 7-9 pm.

Thursday, Jan. 31 – Story Time and Crafts Cache Creek Library, 6-7 pm.

Badminton with Cooks Ferry Indian Band (Spences Bridge), 6 pm.

Friday, Feb. 1 – Story Time at Ashcroft Library, 6-7 pm.

Saturday, Feb. 2 – Free Public Skating at Ashcroft Arena, 2:15–3:45 pm.

Ann Belcham

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