What’s happening in November

What's Happening graphicFind out about this month’s activities at the Library.  For more info about any of the library’s programs, contact us (or 613-269-3326).

Click here to find out what’s new in the collection.

 

Brenda Carter Memorial Art Workshop for Kids (Sat, Nov. 18, 1:00-3:00 pm): 

Now that we are in the season of migration, this month’s art workshop will create “Winged Wonders”.  Led by local artist Gloria Stowell, the group will paint a vibrant vista as a backdrop for breathtaking birds, beautiful butterflies, and exotic insects.  Let your imagination soar at this free art workshop for older kids and teens (ages 8+).  Limited spaces – contact the Library to register.

 

Master Your Mac (Sat, Nov. 25, 10:00 am): 

Macs are great computers, except when they aren’t.  If you’ve got questions about yours, local expert, Bob Gray, can help.  Join him for a morning of answers and tips on mastering your Mac.

Off the Shelf! (Mon, Nov. 27, 7:00 pm):

This season Off the Shelf is looking at Travel in its broadest sense: foreign cultures, flights of imagination, and voyages of discovery of all kinds.  Last month, we enjoyed readings about (and samplings of) Bach’s Cello Suites, and about Leonard Budgell and life the Canadian Arctic.  Who knows where our readers will take us next?  It’s always exciting to find out.

Friday Movies at the Library (Fridays, 2:00 pm):

Our afternoon movies for adults continue. This month we’ll be viewing some award-winning documentaries and films. Click here for movie titles and trailers.

StoryTime (Fridays, 10ish):

Bring your toddler or preschooler (ages 5 & under) to the library for StoryTime Friday mornings at 10:00(ish). Our drop-in StoryTime is a great way to develop your child’s early literacy and group interaction skills in a fun and relaxed setting. StoryTime uses the Every Child Ready To Read pre-literacy programming to promote key skills that will help your child become a successful reader – through stories related to a theme, songs, rhymes & rhythm instruments, and a simple craft. New StoryTimers are always welcome!

LEGO Club (Saturdays, 10 – 12 noon):

Our drop-in LEGO Club (for ages 4 & up) continues on Saturday mornings between 10 and noon.

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