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Posted: November 24, 2013

Human Books at the Library

You can check out a living book of knowledge at the Cranbrook Public Library as they introduce their Human Books Project.

Do you want to know how municipal government works, or what the hiring practises are at City Hall? Do you want to speak to someone who knows about wildlife in the East Kootenay? Do Ktunaxa First Nations issues interest you?

You can reserve time to speak to experts on these subjects. Pre –register by calling Jenna at 250-426-4063 and book a 30 minute one to one conversation with Mayor Wayne Stetski, taxidermist Odd Aasland or with members of the Ktunaxa First Nations.

Everyone is welcome and we especially invite any one who is new to Canada.

Human Books are available November 29 and December 12 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Human Books is a project of Welcoming Communities, with leadership by Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy in partnership with the Cranbrook Public Library. This project is made possible through funding from the Government of Canada and the Province of B.C.

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