Semiahmoo Library to host afternoon movies

Movies for Change series starts on Saturday at South Surrey branch.

Semiahmoo Library in South Surrey will host a ‘Movies for Change’ series starting Saturday.

The afternoon, drop-in screenings are set for 1:30 p.m. (doors open at 1 p.m.), with discussion to follow.

On Sept. 13, Life in a Day will be screened, followed by Manufactured Landscapes on Oct. 4 and Garbage Warrior on Oct. 25.

Other programs coming up at the library – 1815 152 St. – include computer classes, book chats and drop-in tech help.

For information, visit www.surreylibraries.ca

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White Rock Library will be closed on Friday, Sept. 12 for a staff-development day.

A news release explains the move “continues its longstanding tradition of setting new standards for library and information services.”

Digital content is to remain available, at www.fvrl.ca

 

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