Family Storytime in Sign Language and English at Tommy Douglas Library

Join us in September again for more great ASL and English storytimes, and thanks to Randi and Roger for the a wonderful springtime of stories.

For all ages!

Free drop-in – no registration required. Join a Deaf storyteller and a children's librarian for stories, rhymes, and crafts, presented in both American Sign Language (ASL) and English. For children of all ages and abilities together with a parent or caregiver. ASL interpreters will be present.

Tommy Douglas Library (7311 Kingsway) is on the north side of Kingsway, just west of Edmonds Street. Take the Millenium or Expo line to Edmonds station, or take the 106, 112, or 129 bus. Free underground parking: enter off Arcola Strett, which is off Walker Avenue.

For more information, e-mail Randi at the library (randi.robin@bpl.bc.ca) or Roger Chan at Family and Community Services (Roger.Chan@gov.bc.ca).

Presented through a partnership between Burnaby Public Library and Family and Community Services, Provincial Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services, Ministry of Children and Family Development.