Rimbey Library celebrates beginning of spring

Lorna Bennett closed the Rimbey Municipal Library’s Spring Festival with illustration workshops. On the morning of March 22 she taught Kindergarten through Grade 2 how to draw a rabbit. Photo by Kaylyn Whibbs/Rimbey Review
Lorna Bennett compared the rabbit’s ears to hot dog buns to help the kids visualize what they needed to be drawing. She also held workshops for Grades 3-5 and Grade 6+ throughout the afternoon on March 22. Photo by Kaylyn Whibbs/Rimbey Review
Chris Gowen (left) packed the room on March 21 with his magic show. Gowen used strings, fish, balloons and eggs to put on a comedic magic show for a packed library. Photo by Kaylyn Whibbs/Rimbey Review
Two volunteers attempt to lift a “heavy” box from a stool during Chris Gowen’s magic show on March 21. There was nothing but a balloon animal inside the box and Gowen had moved it from the table to the stool with ease a few minutes earlier. Photo by Kaylyn Whibbs/Rimbey Review

The Rimbey Municipal Library kicked off spring with a week full of programming March 14-22.

The Spring Festival, which ran in line with the schools’ March Break, kicked off with Zoo2U’s petting zoo on March 14.

Kompany Theatre were the main act on March 15 with the Adventures of the Squealy Moo Pirates.

Juno Award winning children’s entertainer Peter Puffin’s Whale Tales were at the library on March 19, and Friends Forever Puppets made an appearance on March 20.

A packed library watched and laughed alongside magician Chris Gowen on March 21, and Lorna Bennett wrapped up the festival on March 22.

Bennett hosted a series of age appropriate illustration workshops to teach kids how to draw.

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