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What's New at the Lyceum
Join Us for Spring!
What will we be up to during the spring term?
Well... we’ll be reading your new favourite book in our bookclubs, our early childhood education programs will be continuing to challenge their thinking with the best in children’s literature and inspiring art projects, and our writers’ workshops will be getting to work on zines for the Lyceum’s annual zine fair in June. (Zines, my friends! Zines!)
We're currently accepting registrations for all programs and we hope you can join us! Call 604.733.1356 today!
(And if you're a bit late registering, don't worry. We're happy to pro-rate for late registrations.)
Our Summer Camps Have Taken Flight!
We're now accepting registrations for our 2015 summer camps. Join us to paint fairy portraits, find dragons in local parks, solve mysteries, sew monstrous dolls, tell ghost stories, roll sushi and tap into no end of summer magic. Read all about our plans here.
We can't wait to create with you!
To register for your spot, call us at 604.733.1356, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or drop by (3696 West 8th Avenue).
Introducing the Book Bugs
The Lyceum's New Family-Together Bookclub with a Focus on Reading The Classics
Reading the classics is a bit like learning a secret handshake. When we read what others have read before, we are able to build stronger relationships and deeper ways of communicating.
This spring, the Lyceum is offering a special bookclub for primary students and their families, with a focus on reading the classics together. Each meeting will include a craft, a book-themed snack and the chance to discuss great works of literature together. With books expertly chosen to fire up young imaginations, and the opportunity to get tips and tricks for keeping young readers engaged from one of Vancouver’s most respected children’s literature experts, this club promises to throw the doors to the club house wide, and beckon your whole family inside for a most magnificent adventure.
To find out more, click here.
Meet the Author Events
Join us for our new 2014-2015 Meet the Author series to read the incredible works of literature being created on the west coast, and engage in six evenings of lively discussion with their fascinating authors. From Renaissance courts to Harry Houdini's many stages, Alaska's Aleutian Islands to the Mexico-United States border, staying home has never been more of an adventure.
One evening: $22
Series pass: $110
Meet the Author Event Page (click here)
The Jaguar's Children
April 23, 2015
John Vaillant is the author of two works of non-fiction, The Golden Spruce which won the Governor General's Award, and The Tiger which was selected for the 2012 edition of CBC Radio's Canada Reads. His first novel, The Jaguar's Children, is a gripping literary thriller that follows Hector, a young Zapotec fleeing Mexico for a better life in the US with his friend, Cesar, a biotech researcher. When the two men are abandoned by smugglers in the desert, and Cesar slips into unconsciousness, Hector reaches out to the one name with an American number on Cesar's telephone - AnniMac - who becomes his lifeline to the world as he reveals the circumstances that caused him to make this dangerous journey.
To register call 604.733.1356 or email email@example.com
Mosaic Memory GamesNow available at the Lyceum, our very own Mosaic Memory Card game - a fun and vibrant way to test you memory skills! There are four different sets to collect - combine them all to make a GIANT memory game!
At $5 per set they're a unique small gift - a perfect little present!
If you love literature and art and want to pass along that love to the next generation of readers and creators, this opportunity is for you.
Click here for more information on volunteering at the Lyceum...
Next Open Mic - Friday, February 6th
Open at 8 PM and mic goes live at 8:30 PM. E-mail us
to book your time slot or just join us to enjoy some amazing talent! Our June Open Mic was truly amazing with some new voices that warmed hearts and challenged our thinking.
Next Teen Open Mic -- We need to reconvene and set some new dates for the fall term. Feedback is very welcome.
We're also looking for a spunky emcee to run our events -- contact us to apply!
Visit the Friends of the Lyceum website here!