PHOTOS: 4th Annual Literacy Quesnel Society Christmas Event

A young reader holds up the book she’s perusing. Heather Norman photos
Event goers went from station to station, creating seasonal crafts.
Kids could make festive decorations with glitter, pom poms, scraps of paper and other fun materials.
Rebecca Beuschel, the literacy outreach co-ordinator for Literacy Quesnel Society, hands out books to children.

Children and parents participated in the Literacy Quesnel Society’s Fourth Annual Christmas Event yesterday afternoon, (Thursday, Dec. 6).

Free books, a gift wrapping station and craft stations brought in many visitors for a family-friendly good time.

The Christmas event aims to make books more accessible in the community and celebrate the holidays.

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Check out some photos from the event below.

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