Adults Calendar

May 28

Tech Time! Tech Help Clinics

Looking for help with e-books and audio-books or using our online services? Grab you latest gadget - tablet, e-reader, cell phone, laptop, MP3 player, and we'll get you started.

PLEASE NOTE: If you are unable to make the drop in
time then give us a call and “Book A Librarian” for
some one-on-one help.

Main LibraryAdultsDrop-in

May 29

Market Your Home Business

Do you need to promote a small or home-based business? Let us help you create basic promotional items. In this workshop, you'll learn how to design your own flyers, brochures, and business cards using MS Office. 

Registration required. Registration begins on Tuesday, May 1, call 519-756-2220 to register

Main LibraryAdultsRegistered Program

May 29

Essential Oils Series: Healthy Family Workshop - Main Branch

The use of quality essential oils can lift your mood and reduce stress, boost your immune system, and offer healthier alternatives for household cleaners. Let representatives from doTERRA International lead you through free monthly workshops on all of these topics, and more! All materials for “make and take” products supplied. 

Explore alternatives for a healthy and safe home for babies and toddlers, taking home a free colic blend. 

Registration required. Registration begins on Tuesday, May 1, call 519-756-2220 to register. 

Main LibraryAdultsRegistered Program

May 29

Lifescapes: A Memoir Writing Program

What are your stories? We meet biweekly for writing guidance and support, and publish an annual anthology of short memoirs.

Watch for book launch coming on August 21st!

Please contact for more information.

Main LibraryAdultsLifescapesRegistered Program

May 29

English Conversation Cafe (Ages: 19+)

This program is for newcomers to Canada, 19 years and older, who want to improve their English and make new friends. 

Main LibraryAdultsClubDrop-in

May 30

Bell Homestead National Historic Site

Take a journey through more than one hundred years of Bell Homestead history. Built in 1858, this sturdy homestead became the first Canadian residence for Alexander Graham Bell and his parents in 1870. Here, he discovered the fundamental principle upon which his most famous invention – the telephone – would work. This presentation speaks about the eleven years that the Bells called Brantford home, as well as the site’s evolution as a National Historic Site, through great stories and photographs.

Presented as part of the Retired Teachers of Ontario Talk Series in partnership with the Brantford Public Library

Main LibraryAdultsSpecial EventDiscussionDrop-in

May 31

Jump Into Spring: A St. Paul’s Speaker Series: House Proud

Make spring cleaning count! Get the assistance of an organizational professional. 

Registration required. Registration begins on Tuesday, May 1, call 519-756-2220 to register. 

Other events in this series:

Garden Ready

Wallet Strong

St. Paul BranchAdultsDiscussionRegistered Program

May 31

BPL Knitting Circle - St. Paul Branch (Ages: 18+)

Drop in for company, conversation and advice from other knitters. 

St. Paul BranchAdultsCraftsDrop-in

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