This exciting event boasts hundreds of jobs from a variety of employers in our community, whether you are looking for careers, entry level jobs, part-time work, summer jobs and everything in between! FREE ADMISSION - LIMITED TICKETS - REGISTER TODAY!
Advance Planning can help ensure your wishes will be respected when relying on someone else to make decisions for you and after you die. Presented by a lawyer from Seniors First BC, this workshop provides older adults with information about how to plan for their futures with advance planning tools such as joint bank accounts, […]
In 2022 in Canada, there were 91,190 reports of fraud totaling 57,055 victims of fraud with a total of $431M lost. This workshop introduces what frauds and scams are, common methods and schemes targeting Canadian seniors, safety strategies, and resources to consult if you or someone you know has been affected by frauds/scams. This is […]
Join us to discuss this month’s chosen work of fiction in a casual and welcoming setting. Book sets are provided by the library. If you would like to join the book club, please talk to our staff.
Journey Through Time! Travel through time at FVRL this summer by joining the 2023 Summer Reading Club. There’s a club for everyone! — kids, teens and adults — and it’s all absolutely free! Visit fvrl.ca or your local FVRL library to learn more!
Black Press Media is hosting the 2023 Langley Hiring & Post-Secondary Education Expo on June 22 at the Langley Events Centre to connect employers with potential employees and educational institutions with potential students. Langley businesses are invited to exhibit at the Expo to connect with potential workers and promote their employment opportunities.
This interactive presentation introduces the importance of staying connected. It discusses issues of social isolation and loneliness, the correlation between social isolation and decreased well-being, and how we can do our part to stay connected with loved ones in our lives.
Improve your English through conversation! Meet and chat with other English learners in a safe and supportive environment. Join us every Sunday with monthly visits from community service providers! For all ages.
For the month of June, Murrayville Library’s non-fiction book club will be reading and discussing The Camper Van Bible by Martin Dorey. Participants are responsible for acquiring their own copies.
An 8-week digital learning series for older adults (55+) You are great for the program if you want to: Discover and build digital literacy skills Connect with other older adults Identify Digital Dangers and practice online safety Participate in community field trips