Jigsaw puzzle competition planned for Hope Library

Teams will compete with identical 500-piece puzzles

Calling all puzzle enthusiasts.

The Third Annual Jigsaw Puzzle Contest is coming up at the Hope Library.

In this friendly competition, teams of four will be set up with identical, 500-piece puzzles. There is room for a maximum of eight teams.

Families are welcome to join, but children 12 and under must be on a team with an adult.

The event runs from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 11, and there will be light refreshments served. Register by calling the library at 604-869-2313.

Reading Resolutions

While at the library, be sure to pick up a Reading Resolutions Bingo Card. To play, read books in the categories on the card and mark your card accordingly. Each bingo earns an entry into the prize draw. One book per square.

Contest runs until March 12, and the winner will recieve a $50 gift certificate from Baker’s Books.


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