NewToBC Library Champions Project- May 21st at 6 pm
The NewToBC Library Champions Project is looking for new immigrants with an
interest and passion for libraries! Please promote this opportunity to your
higher level English language students. The information session in Richmond
is next week - May 21st at 6:00pm at the Brighouse Library - there are still seats available!
Let's Read Together
A reading program for immigrant women and tots will be held on Friday mornings from 10:30 - noon, beginning on April 13th. This weekly drop-in program is best suited to women and their preschool-aged children. A light snack will be provided.
Presented at Cambie Public Library, 150 - 11590 Cambie Road by Richmond Women's Resource Centre.
Elder Law Clinic
The BC Centre for Elder Advocacy and Support (CEAS) operates a legal clinic focused on serving seniors - the Elder Law Clinic. This new service offers adults 55+ an opportunity to sit down with a lawyer for a free 60 minute legal consultation that focuses on "legal health". It is a great way for seniors to learn about how to protect themselves from financial abuse and fraud as well as identify potential legal problem areas. Consultations must be booked in advance and take place at the BC CEAS Elder Law Clinic office located at: 411 Dunsmuir St., Vancouver. Contact 604.668.1927 for more information.