WEATHER ALERT

Goldeyes players read at libraries

Advertisement

Advertise with us

Winnipeg Goldeyes players and city libraries are teaming up today and Wednesday to promote children’s literacy and the library’s TD Summer Reading Club.

Read this article for free:

or

Already have an account? Log in here »

To continue reading, please subscribe with this special offer:

All-Access Digital Subscription

$4.75 per week*

  • Enjoy unlimited reading on winnipegfreepress.com
  • Read the E-Edition, our digital replica newspaper
  • Access News Break, our award-winning app
  • Play interactive puzzles
Continue

*Pay $19.00 every four weeks. GST will be added to each payment. Subscription can be cancelled anytime.

Hey there, time traveller!
This article was published 04/08/2009 (4930 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.

Winnipeg Goldeyes players and city libraries are teaming up today and Wednesday to promote children’s literacy and the library’s TD Summer Reading Club.

Goldeyes players will be at nine different branches to read stories, answer questions and sign autographs.

Today, the players will visit branches at Ft. Garry, Louis Riel, Sir William Stephenson, Westwood and West Kildonan at 11 a.m.
Wednesday, Goldeyes can be found at the Henderson, St. James-Assiniboia and St. Vital branches and the main Millennium Library downtown, also starting at 11 a.m.

Pre-registration is required and can be done by contacting the host library.

city.desk@freepress.mb.ca

Report Error Submit a Tip

Advertisement

Advertise With Us