Adults Programs

Mar 25

BPL Chess Club (Ages: 8-99)

Have you ever wanted to learn chess?  Here’s an opportunity to learn the game, or to practice the skills that you already have. A member of the Brantford Chess Club will offer basic  instruction and tips on how to improve your game. Just drop-in! 

Main LibraryAdultsKidsChessTeensClubDrop-in

Mar 28

English Conversation Cafe (Ages: 19+)

Practice your spoken English in a relaxed social setting. Newcomers to Canada, 19 years and older, who want to improve their English and make new friends are welcome. The program runs every Tuesday evening at the Main Library from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. until June 27th then will resume on September 12. Just drop in!

Main LibraryAdultsClubDrop-in

Mar 28

Create Your Own Website

Create your own website using a free online web-hosting platform to showcase your small business or hobby. Basic computer skills required. Registration Required. 9 spaces only.

Main LibraryAdultsComputerRegistered Program

Mar 29

BPL Genealogy Club

Interested in tracing your family tree? Not sure where to start or perhaps you’ve hit a dead end in your research. The BPL Genealogy Club meets once a month. Learn about various resources that may help you with your research and talk to fellow genealogists. New members welcome! Just drop-in.

Main LibraryAdultsGenealogyClubDrop-in

Mar 29

Free Tax Return Clinics

These tax return clinics are offered at the Main Library in partnership with the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program and the Canada Revenue Agency, this is a free service for modest or low-income members of the community. Valid government-issue photo identification is required along with standard documents  (e.g., T4 or T22 slips). Service is offered on a “first come, first served” basis, and limited to clinic hours.

For more information about acceptable identification or whether you qualify for this service, please contact Robin Harding at rharding@brantford.library.on.ca or 519-756-2220 ext. 356.

Main LibraryAdultsResourcesSpecial Event

Mar 30

Brant County Health Unit Family Drop In (Ages: 0-5)

Parents and their children, ages 0-5, can learn about healthy child development, school preparation, positive parenting, attachment, breastfeeding support, and healthy lifestyle choices. In partnership with the Brant County Health Unit. Just drop in! Program runs all year.

Main LibraryAdultsKidsWeeklyDrop-in

Mar 30

Stay and Play Best Start Family Drop-In (Ages: 0-6)

Enjoy creative art, free play with developmentally appropriate toys and literacy activities. In partnership with the Family Counselling Centre of Brant. Program runs all year.

Main LibraryAdultsKidsWeeklyDiscussionDrop-in

Mar 30

St. Paul Knitter’s Circle (Ages: 18+)

This informal knitting group meets at the St. Paul Library on the first and third Thursday of every month from 6:00 to 7:30 pm. Drop-in for company, conversation, tea and advice from other knitters. Bring your knitting projects!

St. Paul BranchAdultsCraftsDrop-in

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