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Puzzle Exchange

Puzzle Exchange

Jan. 24th, 1:00 - 6:00pm

Calling jigsaw puzzle lovers! Tired of completing the same puzzle over and over again? Come on in, help us work a puzzle, and make a trade (or two).
Contact cferrell@brantford.library.on.ca for more information.

Celebrate Family Literacy Day...Let's Read!

Celebrate Family Literacy Day...Let's Read!

Jan. 27th, 3:00 - 4:15pm

The annual Let’s Read program is back! This year, author Hazel Hutchins will
visit on Family Literacy Day to read her book Mattland. Each family will recieve a copy of the book to take home.

Visit www.familyliteracy.ca for more family-friendly events. 

Join us for this fantastic event to celebrate Family Literacy Day!

Let's Read Kick-Off - Sunday, January 27

Brant Sports Complex, Paris - 1:00 p.m.

Brantford Public Library - Main Branch - 3:00 p.m.

Financial Planning for Life - Investment Planning

Financial Planning for Life - Investment Planning

Jan. 31st, 2:00 - 3:00pm

Get information on investment strategies.

Register for all or one of the programs in this series. 

Programs in the Financial Planning for Life Series include:

Retirement Planning
Wills and Estates

Online registration required, if you need assistance registering please call us at 519-756-2220.

Register Online

The Thinking Place: A Lunchtime Speaker Series - From Legacy to Leadership

The Thinking Place: A Lunchtime Speaker Series - From Legacy to Leadership

Feb. 6th, 12:30 - 1:00pm

Let's build a culture of inquiry! Join us every week at 12:30 p.m. for a new speaker and perspective on topics of interest in the community. Past speakers have included a range of experts from storm chasers to local political icons to paranormal investigators. 

Curtis Bell grew up watching his uncle, the notable Lincoln Alexander, make history and shape Canadian society.  (Among many other achievements, Alexander was the first black Member of Parliament, the first black federal Cabinet Minister, and 24th Lieutenant Governor of Ontario). Bell identifies as an African-Canadian/Indigenous man, and he has carried on the family tradition of multifaceted community leadership as a trailblazer in mental health support for at-risk urban youth. A father himself, this former wide receiver with the CFL and sometime author has been recognized for creating successful ‘gang exit’ strategies using restorative practices and other tools of culture.     

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