Kelly, one of our adult learners, shares her heartwarming story about her experience with our Adult Tutor Program. Thank you so much Kelly!
We had the pleasure of interviewing some of our adult learners about the impact of our Tutor Program. This month we are featuring Idile, a mother of three young children who first experienced the Centre for Family Literacy through the C.O.W. Bus family program, a year before the pandemic began. Since then, she attended multiple […]
Join us online! Family Literacy Fundamentals Sessions 1 & 2 (FLF Sessions 1&2 are prerequisites for all other Family Literacy Facilitator Certificate Models) Tuesday November 29th and Thursday December 1st: 9:30am to 12:30pm Register NOW! Rhymes that Bind Tuesday December 6: 9:30am to 12:30pm Register NOW! Books for Babies Thursday December 8: […]
Get ready for all the fun on August 17 at our annual Links fore Literacy Golf Tournament, held at The Links Golf Course in Spruce Grove, Alberta. The Links fore Literacy Golf Tournament is the Centre for Family Literacy’s annual summer fundraising event and one you won’t want to miss! You and your colleagues will enjoy a […]
Check out this list of books for a variety of ages to share First Nations, Métis, and Inuit culture and knowledge with your children. Animals of the North by Emma Pederson This is a beautiful picture book featuring animals that live in the North. The images in this book are high contrast which is perfect […]
The Centre’s Executive Director, Kim Chung, shared her thoughts surrounding Truth and Reconciliation with a personal story. “As we approach the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, I have been reflecting on what those words, “truth and reconciliation” mean to me personally, as well as for the Centre. I think about what it would feel […]