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Semiahmoo Library hosts focus on faith

Surrey Libraries presents a focus on religions, beliefs and faith May 31 at Semiahmoo Library.

It is part of the 4th annual Human Library Program, which aims to link people, communities and cultures through face-to-face conversation.

Taking place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the Saturday, Questioning Faith offers readers the opportunity to have a 20-minute, one-on-one conversation with human “books” – real people who will share their stories and experiences.

Surrey Libraries’ Ravi Basi described the day as “a great opportunity to talk to someone you normally would never have met, perhaps someone who nudges you out of your comfort zone, but in a safe, positive way.”

The library is located at 1815 152 St. To register, call 604-592-6908.

 

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