Vavenby News: Helping little kids learn

There is now a playschool at Vavenby Primary School

There is now a playschool at Vavenby Primary School. It is held on Thursdays, 9 – 11 a.m.

Children ages up to six years old can attend. So far there are five children enrolled. Leaders are Melissa Edgerly and Joline McLarty.

Children have story time, craft time, snack time, and play time.

Parents can get out twice a week now with their young ones by taking them to Strong Start on Tuesdays and the playschool on Thursdays. Both programs are held in the same room.

Easter egg April 15

There will be an Easter egg hunt at the community hall on Saturday, April 15, 10 a.m. All ages are welcome.

It is sponsored by Vavenby Trails and Recreation Society and organized by Barb Pennell.

After the hunt there will be hot dogs and treats. Wear your prettiest Easter bonnet. Prizes will be handed out for the best ones. The bonnets will be judged by age groups: 0 – 5 years old, 6 – 10, and 10 – adult.

Have fun in the Easter coloring contest

There is an Easter coloring contest organized by Val Bellows and Kathy Cederholm.

The pictures can be picked up at Vavenby General Store and must be returned no later than Thursday, April 13.

The pictures will be judged by age groups and prizes will be given.

Yard sale in May

There will be a community yard sale in Vavenby sometime in May. Vendors are needed.

For more information, phone Linda King at 250-676-9578.


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