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Coding for Kids Part 2
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Summer Programs 2020 Archives
What is One Book, One Community?
One Book, One Community (OBOC) is a new event in Athabasca designed to encourage people to all read the same book and then come together to discuss it, meet the author and participate in a program of related events. One Book One Community supports reading, celebrates books and writing, promotes Canadian authors, and builds a sense of community through the shared experience of reading. OBOC is run by the One Book, One Community Committee which consists of local book club members, library staff, and members of community betterment groups.
About Watershed--One Book, One Community 2021 Pick
In Watershed, water is now the most precious resource in Alberta. With the glaciers gone, the province's oil and gas pipelines are being converted to water pipelines. Tensions are high as "water terrorists" threaten to violently cut off the water supply. Against this precarious backdrop, Willa desperately tries to keep her family's failing goat farm afloat. But when her son, Daniel, goes to work for the water corporation whose high-priced commodity is putting the farm out of business, Willa is stunned. A string of betrayals fractures the family, potentially beyond repair. Willa feels herself losing everything that she values most — her farm, her son, her past, even her very grip on reality. Is there any way to put the pieces back together?
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River of Hope Presentation by Lisa Stocking
Missed Lisa Stocking's River of Hope presentation? Watch it here: River of Hope