Read with Onyx and Cao at Kelowna’s Mission branch library

Read Aloud with Onyx and Cao therapy dogs Tuesdays until Nov. 25 at the OLR's Mission branch in the Capital News Centre.

Read Aloud with Onyx and Cao at the Mission Branch of the Okanagan Regional Library.

Our PAWS to Read companions are back at the library.  Volunteers and their trained therapy dogs give budding readers an opportunity to read aloud.

Tuesdays after school from 3-4:30 p.m. until November 25.

Please register for a free 20-minute session by calling 250-764-2254.

Everyone is welcome, whether you like to read aloud or not. Onyx and Cao are the best listeners.

The Mission Branch of the ORL is located in the Capital News Centre at 4105 Gordon Drive.

For more information about this and other great programs at the library please visit www.orl.bc.ca.

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