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What's New at the Lyceum
It's Time to Register
for Winter Programs!
Registration is now open for all our winter bookclubs, writers' workshops and early childhood education programs Come join us for winter fun!
Call 604.733.1356 or email email@example.com to register!
at the Lyceum are a chance to get in touch with the holiday magic,
while listening to winter-themed stories, sharing a homemade cookie and
creating unique handmade items in a warm and relaxing environment. You can read about all of the programs we'll be offering this December here. The Alt Lit Club Returns!
Our alternative literature club is for young artist and writers who want to explore the world of graphic storytelling. Alt Lit participants create min-comics, maintain their own visual journals and critic the work of contemporary graphic novelists.
Ages: 10 to 14
Sundays: 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM
Winter Dates: TBA
Meet the Author Event Join us to meet author Annabel Lyon,author of The Sweet Girl,Thursday, January 23, 20147:00 PM
Refreshments will be served and copies of the book will be available for purchase. $20 One Evening$100 Series Pass
(Click here to go to our Meet the Author Event page)
A Fancy Evening at the Lyceum Success Story!
Thank you to everyone who came out to help us make our fundraiser night a great success! We look forward to giving out scholarships and bringing new children and families to the Lyceum.
Need a gift for the holidays?
someone who could use a Lyceum scholarship, or would like to help a
child (and likes chocolate)? Scholarships still available! Please call or email to reserve your scholarship and your fabulous chocolate egg -- click here for more information.
Professional Development: Using Graphic Novels in the Classroom
Join Dr. Christianne Hayward and Susan Ma, an established graphic novel expert, for an exploration of the possibilities presented by graphic novels. They'll introduce you to some of their favourites and discuss ways of incorporating them in your classroom - everything from using them as literature circle material to using them as inspiration for alternative literary/visual expressions. They'll also talk about the various sub-genres of graphic literature - including their subject matter and illustration styles. Encourage your students to reflect on the importance of image in a world saturated with visual media. Participants can expect to leave fully inspired to use graphic novels when co-constructing curriculum with students
Thursday, November 14, 2013
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register
Mosaic Memory Games!
Now 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!
Come Volunteer With Us!
As our fabulous summer volunteers head back to school, we embark on our search for more amazing people to support our Fall Programs.
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. We are especially looking for help on Tuesday and Wednesday during the day.
Next Open Mic - Friday, December 6th
Open at 8PM and mic starts at 8:30PM. E-mail us
to book your time slot or just join us for enjoy some amazing talent!
Next Teen Open Mic - Friday, November 29th. Have an awesome summer! We can't wait to see you in the Fall term!
Visit the Friends of the Lyceum website here!