Find 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).
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Off the Shelf! (Mon, Nov. 18, 7:00 pm):
Off the Shelf continues to entertain with touching and humorous readings for adults. Join us for literary gems and light refreshments.
Needlecraft (Thurs, Nov. 21, 7:00 pm):
This month our MakerSpace (for Adults) will continue on from last month’s introduction to needlecrafts. Kirsten & Liz will continue with Sewing Machine 101 and move into an introduction to working with Patterns! This is a hands-on session: tools & supplies will be provided to create a simple project. Registration required (613-269-3326 / firstname.lastname@example.org). Contact the Library to find out more about our MakerSpace.
Author Visit – Charlotte Gray (Sat, Nov. 23, 2:00 pm)
Charlotte Gray will be making a stop in Merrickville to publicize her new book: Murdered Midas: a millionaire, his gold mine, and a strange death on an island paradise! The Library’s book club The Library Readers is sponsoring this visit – which will take place at the Merrickville Legion.
Admission is free, but donations to the Library are appreciated. Refreshments will be available.
Spaces are limited – Registration required. Contact 613-269-4050 to register.
Friday Flicks (Fridays, 2:00 pm):
Our Friday afternoon movies continue in November. Join us for award-winning and indie films from our Kanopy collection. Check our website to see what’s playing this month.
And for Kids:
Thomas the Tank Engine Play Day (Sat, Nov. 9, 10:00 am – 1:00 PM):
Calling all Thomas the Tank Engine fans! Come play with Thomas, Percy, James and other steamies! We’ll have trains, tracks to build, and everything you need for great adventures!
StoryTime (Fridays, 10ish):
Our Friday morning drop-in StoryTime offers stories, songs, rhymes, & rhythm instruments, and a simple craft for toddlers and preschoolers.
Lego Club (Saturdays, 10-12, drop-in):
LEGO is always available at the Library on Saturday mornings. Bring a friend for some building fun.
The Story Trail has been such a hit that we just can’t stop. If you loved “The Gruffalo“, you’ll want to hit the trail to read “The Gruffalo’s Child” – a perfect story to take us into winter!