By Ian Croft
Local Journalism Initiative Reporter
As outdoor plant life slowly begins to wither as winter inevitably approaches, several events at the Taber Public Library blossom. Dawn Kondas, program coordinator at the Taber Public Library, provided a rundown of all the new things that are coming to the library.
“Basic computer help, that’s the program that always gets filled every month because we only take two people at a time,” said Kondas. “There’s a lady that comes in and helps others with learning how to run their own computers or their phones.”
This event will either occur at 2 p.m. or 3 p.m. and since the slots are limited, the library requests that you either call to pre-register or sign up at the front counter.
The library also asks for you to please record what help you exactly need.
“On Friday, the Smash Brothers Tournament (goes) with the Taber Police. So, a couple of years ago, the Taber Police (Service) purchased the TV, and the (game) system for us, so we invite them to come and play against the kids every once in a while. That’s happening on Friday, October 7, and there is no age limit for that, anybody who wants to come. I think it’s Constable Chris Nguyen that is coming and the kids know him because he is the school resource officer, so that will be fun for them to play Smash Brothers against him.”
If you’re interested in throwing down against one of Taber’s police officers at this tournament, it will begin at 1:30 p.m.
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