Humorist Sean Campbell launches his newest book this weekend with a party and signing in Kamloops.
Campbell is the co-author of the not-so-serious parenting guidebook How to Raise A Billionaire Genius: Guarantee Your Crying Poop Monster Grows Up to be Better Than All the Other Kids.
He lives in Vancouver, but returns to Kamloops, his hometown, on Saturday for a book launch at the Commodore Café, 369 Victoria St, at 4:15 p.m.
Campbell’s book, co-authored with D. Hornby, is described by one reviewer as “the perfect antidote for all those how-to books on how to parent.”
Coffee cart is moving
A coffee cart manned by Christian youth serving free hot drinks and hot dogs on Tranquille Road is moving.
Starting Wednesday, Kamloops Evangelical-free Church youth group members will set up their cart at the church parking lot at 1132 Eight St. from 6 to 7:30 p.m. The menu and the smiling faces remain the same, it’s just the location that’s different.
Youth parliament wants leaders
The B.C. Youth Parliament is looking for 95 youths aged 16 to 21 to visit the provincial capital this Christmas to debate service projects that would benefit young people.
Over the next three weeks, the BCYP is calling on community and youth leaders to nominate exceptional young people to take part.
Nominees must be able to commit to a year of service and interested in learning more about the parliamentary system.
The deadline is Oct. 23. Visit bcyp.org for more information.