Welcome Joanne Saunders as our new Book Bus Driver/Outreach Worker.
She will be contacting people in the various communities regarding the Book Bus and establishment of Little Book Houses.
HSS students are building 20 Little Book Houses. We are asking for community input and suggestions for locations to install them throughout the region.
We’re sad to see Nancy go and give a big thank you to her for the work she has done with the book bus.
Learners Opportunity Group Society is seeking a Book Bus Driver/Literacy Support Outreach Worker The position is for up to 60 hours a month for 11 months of the year @ $18 an hour.
Commencing immediately with the following responsibilities:
The Book Bus is cancelled until further notice due to the Provincial COVID orders. Little Book Houses will be kept stocked… located in Old Hazelton by the riverboat; New Hazelton by the Info Centre, Allen Park, Chevron; Kitwanga by Centennial Park. Be kind. Be safe.
LOGS AGM November 17th at 7pm. The meeting will be held via ZOOM. Contact Charlotte at 250-842-5887 if you wish to attend.
LOGS is seeking dry storage space for boxes of books. Something about the size of a 20′ shipping container would be awesome! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help. Thanks.
Due to ongoing COVID restrictions, the Book Bus will be only in Kitwanga (Noon-1pm) and New Hazelton (2-3pm) on alternate Sundays. October 18, November 1, 15, 29, December 13, 27.
With limited operations, we are currently overwhelmed with books, so need to stop accepting book donations for the winter.
Thank you for your continued support of the Book Bus. We look forward to a time when we are able to visit all of our communities.
It is a joy to be back at the Farmers’ Market and see so many people again.
Our Farmers Market is very well set up; Lola is super organized
sanitization is well practiced, distancing and people are moving through in a most appreciative way.
Health Inspector made his rounds and we are safe and following protocols excellently!
We had over 60 visitors to the Book Bus the first Sunday.
We will continue to be at the Farmers’ Market every Sunday.
Sunday, June 7th we will have the Book Bus at the Farmers’ Market on a trial basis.
Our safety plan:
Only one person on the bus at a time.
You must wear a mask or cover your mouth and nose with cloth while on the bus.
Sanitize your hands before going onto the bus and after leaving the bus.
Please touch only the books that you are interested in.
Stay at least 2 meters away from the bus operator and any other patrons at all times.
If you are feeling unwell, do not enter the bus.
The doors of the bus will remain open to provide ventilation.
The bus operator will sanitize touched surfaces between each patron.