See a travelling exhibit of letters at the library

The Travelling Illustrated Alphabet, runs until Feb. 29 at the Central Branch of the Greater Victoria Public Library

Love To Read, part of the Travelling Illustrated Alphabet, runs until Feb. 29 at the Central Branch of the Greater Victoria Public Library, 735 Broughton St.,

On Feb. 25 from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Check out “O is for Olga”. Illustrator Olga Lang will be demonstrating the art, history and symbolism of Pysanka egg decorating in the rotunda. Call 250-382-7241 for more information.

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