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Literacy Outreach Coordinator: 604-562-3447
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Summer Hampers 2021

As COVID-19 restrictions are easing, we are again out and about, and on Wednesday, July 14, 2021, we gave away over 300 books at the Burnaby Neighbourhood House South Food Hub. This time with support of our own team of dedicated Literacy Now volunteers, we worked tirelessly in hot weather in 2 shifts to continue…
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Resources for Multilingual Families

Are you a parent or caregiver raising a multilingual child?There are so many resources at Burnaby Public Library that you can use to support your child’s first language and to help them learn about other cultures. In this workshop, we’ll show you how to find these resources and we’ll also share tips and practical information…
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Mother & Child Emotional Power Program

An online program for parents with children ages 0-6 yearsNew Immigrant Families and Refugees are welcome! This program includes:– Exploring the role of emotional well-being in early childhood– Become aware of your child’s emotions– Encourage healthy expressions of emotions– Parenting– Children’s developmental stages– Community resources– Connecting with other parents Learn together with your child through…
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Library Champions Online

Are you a new immigrant looking for:Canadian volunteer work experience?Online access to community and library resources?Better communication skills?More confidence?New friends and connections to community?A better understanding of your community? The Library Champions Project offers all of these things and much more! To be a Library Champion, you must:Want to volunteerLove libraries and helping other peopleBe…
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Raise-a-Reader with Harman Pandher at the Burnaby Neighbourhood House

Literacy Now is honoured to have Harman Pandher’s illustrated children’s book, Gurpreet Goes to Gurdwara: Understanding the Sikh Place of Worship at the Burnaby Neighbourhood House! Harman, himself a former member of the board of directors of BNH, came back as a visiting author to do 3 live virtual readings made possible through the Raise a Reader initiative. The local…
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