Clarinetist Jack Kopstein performs for a small but dedicated crowd that sang along as he played classic Christmas tunes during Christmas in the Stacks at the Chilliwack Library on Wednesday. (Jenna Hauck/ The Progress)

Clarinetist Jack Kopstein performs for a small but dedicated crowd that sang along as he played classic Christmas tunes during Christmas in the Stacks at the Chilliwack Library on Wednesday. (Jenna Hauck/ The Progress)

Clarinetist brings classic Christmas tunes to Chilliwack Library

Jack Kopstein was the musical entertainment for Christmas in the Stacks at the Chilliwack Library

Clarinet player Jack Kopstein shared music and some laughs as he entertained folks at the Chilliwack Library with classic Christmas tunes during Christmas in the Stacks on Wednesday.

Here are some other Christmassy events coming up at your Chilliwack libraries:

Saturdays (Dec. 14 and 21) • Drop in Christmas Crafts: Come with the whole family and use our supplies to make creative and festive crafts. Chilliwack Library, Saturdays, Dec. 14 and Dec. 21, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Tuesday, Dec. 17 • Season’s Eatings for Tweens and Teens: Join us for Starbucks hot chocolate, decorate sugar cookies and guess how many Christmas candies in the jar (to win!). Wear your ugliest Christmas sweater and we will make you a digital Christmas card with our green screen. This program is for teens and tweens ages 12 to 18. Sardis Library, Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Thursday, Dec. 19 • The Great Christmas Rescue: Join us for an interactive story adventure to rescue Santa and save Christmas. Bring your imagination and your heroic spirit, everything else will be provided. Registration required, please contact the library at 604-858-5503 to register. Sardis Library, Thursday, Dec. 19: 3 p.m. is for six- to eight-year-olds; 4 p.m. is for nine- to 11-year-olds.

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Clarinetist Jack Kopstein performs for a small but dedicated crowd that sang along as he played classic Christmas tunes during Christmas in the Stacks at the Chilliwack Library on Wednesday. (Jenna Hauck/ The Progress)

Clarinetist Jack Kopstein performs for a small but dedicated crowd that sang along as he played classic Christmas tunes during Christmas in the Stacks at the Chilliwack Library on Wednesday. (Jenna Hauck/ The Progress)

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