Footlighters Theatre Society members Natascha Sundby as Alice from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

Family Literacy Week celebrated at Creston Valley Public Library

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Creston’s branch of the Columbia Basin Alliance for LIteracy partnered with community groups to celebrate Family Literacy Week at the Creston Valley Public Library on Saturday.

Events at Full STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) Ahead included a 3D printer demonstration, origami lessons, the history of refrigeration by the Creston Museum and Ktunaxa legends told by Lower Kootenay Band Chief Jason Louie.

Story time was also a big part of the event, with books read by Footlighters Theatre Society members Natascha Sundby as Alice from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Sam Mintenko as Cinderella and Gail Kitt as her Fairy Godmother.

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