Thunderbird Learners (Downtown Branch)

a family program for children aged six to 12 and their parents or guardiansNativefriendshiplogo

Select Thursdays 
6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Snell Auditorium

Join us for this cultural literacy program cosponsored with Red Deer Native Friendship Society.

Sessions are designed to enrich the lives of urban families looking to foster cultural learning. Enjoy unique crafts, activities and snacks related to a different special book each month. Registration required.

Email friendship@rdnfs.com or disbister@rdpl.org to register.

Sessions:

September 26
The Orange Shirt Story by Phyllis Webstad

Learn about and create artwork in acknowledgement of upcoming Orange Shirt Day (held annually September 30th). Don't forget to wear your orange shirt and check out our Library displays September 30th!

October 17
The Trees Grin Beside Me by Michelle Macdonald

Celebrate our special relationship with nature, especially trees!

November 7  
Fiddle Dancer by Anne Patton and Wilfred Burton

Learn about the unique heritage and history of Métis people.

Downtown parking is free after 5 p.m.!