This weekend! And more...at the Vancouver Women's Library
Fulfill your dreams of being inked at the Vancouver Women’s Library at our tattoo flash event! Join us in welcoming our guest tattoo artist JJ for a day of handpoked tattoos First come first serve: pop by early to secure your tattoo spot. Pour yourself a coffee and browse the new books in our growing catalogue while you wait.
When: Sat. Sept. 30 – Sun. Oct. 1 / 11AM to ~6PM (till late)
Where: 1255 Kingsway
Cost: Sliding scale starting at $50
Let us know you're coming with an RSVP
JJ.E is a QPoC handpoked tattoo artist and student, based in Vancouver, B.C. Join their community tattoo project, #52ChildrenPlaying, by learning through playing and sharing stories.
Check out their Instagram here
Holistic Hormonal Health Workshop
Last weekend, Emma Devin, a holistic birth and postpartum Doula hosted her second Hormonal Health Workshop at the library. The vibe has high and women filled the space with curiosity and insights. Emma will be announcing an upcoming Period Workshop, which will focus specifically on women's periods. Emma hopes to create an intimate setting where we can discuss our bodies. Stay tuned!
Rain Down Words Writing Workshops
If you're looking to express yourself through writing, in a safe, respectful and encouraging environment, Deb's workshops may of interest.
Deb's writing workshops are an incredible opportunity to explore your inner intuition for healing, growth, and inspiration. Check out her upcoming workshops and register now to guarantee your spot! Deb is also donating a portion of her proceeds to the VWL. We are so grateful Deb - thank you!
Deb's upcoming workshop dates are Oct.26th and Oct.30th!
The brain behind our summer film series is back! Sure to be a wonderful array of films thanks to Yaz's wonderful eye for beauty and drama. We're really looking forward to this enriching aspect of the library to return.
We are incredibly excited to bring you bilingual Spanish/English storytimes this fall thanks to our volunteer Mariana! Children and their caretakers of all genders and language backgrounds and abilities are very welcome to attend.
Computer Station available starting next week!
We have sourced a computer from local BC non-profit ReUse Tech BC. Located in Burnaby, RTBC supports low-income learners, libraries and non-profits. Check them out here .
We hope to provide several computer stations for patrons and well as free printing. The computer stations will provide a space for patrons to explore our catalogue, for research purposes or personal use. As many libraries require identification and a library card, our services do not. We believe in providing free, access to information digitally or materially to our patrons and public. We hope to provide computer literacy skills to those who need.
In case you didn't know...we provide wifi as well to anyone who needs the connection! We encourage patrons to come hangout and do research, update your blog, etc.