Programs for Adults

black out poetryBlackout Poetry
Month of April
YA Area on the Mezz level 

Discover the poet within you as you search for the poem hiding in plain sight in the lines of a newspaper, magazine or book.
All you need is a thick black marker, a body of text, and a little patience. 
You bring the patience, we'll supply the rest!

 

 

 

Repair Cafe
Repair Cafe

Saturday, 21 April 2018
1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Free, Drop-In Program - No Registration Required
Multipurpose Room on the Mezzanine

Repair Café is a place to share knowledge, build skills and get help fixing those things that just don't work anymore. Drop in and work with our fixers to repair clothing, small appliances, toys, jewelry, bicycles and more!

Dunkirk

Midweek Matinees

Wednesdays @ 2 pm
Multipurpose Room

Join us for our Midweek Matinees series, highlighting award-winning, unique or thought-provoking films. Feel free to bring a comfy cushion and a light snack.

May 2 - Dunkirk
May 16 - The Big Sick
May 30 - Churchill
June 13 - The Lovers
June 27 - Marjorie Prime

 

 

Technology

Tech Time
Fridays: April 20, May 4, May 18, June 1, June 15
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Multipurpose Room
BYOD (Bring your own device)

Discover digital library tools and resources in these bi-weekly drop-in sessions. We'll present a topic each day, and answer your tech questions.

April 20: Meet Libby, our most popular ebook app!
May 4: Learning through Lynda.com
May 18: Flipping out with Flipster - Checking out magazines online
June 1: Listening online - audiobooks with rbDigital
June 15: Open session - bring your tech questions and your devices.

knittingKnitting Club
Saturday, May 12, and June 9 from 1:00 - 3:00 pm
Multipurpose Room

Join fellow needle crafters for lively discussion, idea-sharing and occasional presentations. We'll put on the coffee and tea - you bring your current projects.


 

hands holding book

Book Discussion Group
Last Tuesday of the month @2 pm.
Multipurpose Room

Join other readers for librarian-led discussions about great books. New members are always welcome.
We will provide the coffee or tea.

April 24 - Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate
May - The Garden of Small Beginnings by Abbi Waxman

Dad with kids in library

Healthy Families Seminars

Information workshops on various parenting and children's mental health themes are presented by the Healthy Families Centre Community Partners.

Please see the Healthy Families website for more information.

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