Every week will feature a new speaker and perspective on a topic of interest in the community, with opportunity for discussion to follow.
Upcoming speakers include:
October 10 – The Renaissance Quartet, Survival Skills for a String Quartet
October 17 – The Ontario Paranormal Society, Tales of Paranormal Investigation
October 24 - Steve Bredschneider, Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life
October 31 - Jacques Pauwels, Images of War
November 7 – Heather McNally, Discover Brantford Municipal Airport
November 14 - Tarah Brookfield, Our Voices Must Be Heard
November 21 - Michelle Davis of Tweed Farms, Medicinal Cannabis
November 28 - David Neumann, Brantford: Taking the Long View
Want to see robots, learn about 3D printing and Maker culture?
This event will feature demonstrations of the Library's Maker materials, plus exhibits and activities with BotFeeder, Six Nations Polytechnic STEAM Academy, Brantford Collegiate Institute and both the Grimsby and Whitby Public Libraries.
Kids, adults and entire families can get exposed to maker opportunities and new ways to be creative at this drop-in event.
We promise - You will be inspired!
Ever dream of having your own farm but can't afford to live in the country? There are many ways that you can have a small backyard farm. Join us for this 3-part series on Urban Farming where you will find out how to save seeds, keeps chickens and produce honey.
Programs in this series include:
Presented by Joanna St. Jacques, a member of the Brant County Poultry, Pigeon & Pet Stock Association.
Presented by Andy Tonkin of Equal Ground Community Gardens.
Presented by Kari Raymer Bishop of Bishop Family Bees.
Have you ever played a game and thought it was missing something? What would you do to make it better?
Some games just fail at being the ‘perfect’ game and we want to teach you how to change that!
Join us for our family “Fail Game Jam” where we take a look at some of our favourite games and we work together to make them better.
Workshop will be led by Laurier Game Librarian, Michelle Goodridge.
In partnership with the Laurier Library and the WLU Game Design and Development Program.