Upcoming events at the Penticton Library

For more information contact the library at 250-770-7782.

From head-massage therapy to the history of the Okanagan’s wine industry, the Penticton Public Library has an interesting line-up of coming events.

Starting at noon on Friday, Nov. 29, the latest session of Learning at Lunch looks at craniosacral therapy.

Dec. 3 is a Tuesday, which means a Tuesday Night Movie. The holiday-themed screening is the seasonal classic It’s a Wonderful Life, the 1946 classic starring Jimmy Stewart and Henry Travers. Doors for the free film open at 5:45 p.m. with the movie starting at 6. Don’t forget to bring your own popcorn.

On Dec. 10, author Luke Whittal will be at the Penticton Public Library for a talk and book signing. Whittal’s book Valleys of Wine: a Taste of British Columbia’s Wine History looks at the stories behind the birth and growth of the wine industry in B.C. From the vines in the 1800s to the many full wineries that fill the Okanagan Valley today, Whittal will be talking about the history and importance of the local wine industry. The talk starts at 6 p.m. with the book signing afterwards.

For any questions about the upcoming content at the Penticton Public Library, you can contact them at 250-770-7782.

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