Friday , 21 January 2022

Bonnyville Municipal Library offering gift-wrapping station

Get ready to wrap Bonnyville.

The Bonnyville Municipal Library is offering a gift-wrapping station for people to wrap their gifts this holiday season.

While tearing open wrapping paper during the holidays can be a thrill for many, hiding to wrap those gifts to keep them a surprise can be stressful.

Kat Eliason is the Library Programmer at the Bonnyville Municipal Library.

“To be clear, this is not gift wrap service but rather supplies and the space for people to wrap their own gifts,” Eliason said.

The service is available December 13-23, during library hours only.

“Do you know some teens or kids that want to wrap their gifts as a surprise for their families? Someone that may not have the supplies at home? Anyone needing to get out of the house to a quiet place to get the task done?” Eliason said. “Let them know about the library wrapping station. Thank you for your continued support of the library.”

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