Discussion Groups

Aug 21

Lifescapes: A Memoir Writing Program Orientation

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

Watch for book launch coming on August 21st!

Please contact rharding@brantford.library.on.ca for more information.

Main LibraryAdultsLifescapesDiscussion

Aug 22

Essential Oils Series: Back to School 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. 

Learn which essential oils to use for focus, concentration, mental alertness, clarity, and boost the immune system. 

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

Main LibraryAdultsDiscussionRegistered Program

Aug 22

Drop In Youth Cafe (Ages: 16-26)

Are you 16 to 26 and trying to figure out adulting? This drop-in group gives young adults a safe space to hang out, have fun and learn new skills with friends. Enjoy activities and snacks while having the chance to talk about housing, job search and who can support you in your community!
Program runs all year with our Child & Youth Worker.

Main LibraryTeensWeeklyDiscussionCraftsDrop-in

Aug 23

Digitizing Local History

Your history is important. Bring your pictures or watch to learn how to digitize, document, and share your personal family and local history collections. Two sessions available. 

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

Main LibraryAdultsDiscussionRegistered Program

Aug 29

Drop In Youth Cafe (Ages: 16-26)

Are you 16 to 26 and trying to figure out adulting? This drop-in group gives young adults a safe space to hang out, have fun and learn new skills with friends. Enjoy activities and snacks while having the chance to talk about housing, job search and who can support you in your community!
Program runs all year with our Child & Youth Worker.

Main LibraryTeensWeeklyDiscussionCraftsDrop-in

Aug 30

Brantford Public Library Board Meeting

Board meetings are open to the public and are held on the 3rd Thursday of every month at 4:30 p.m. in the Board Room at the Main Library. For further information, please call the Library's Chief Executive Officer at 519-756-2223.

To see what's on the agenda click here.

Main LibraryAdultsDiscussionDrop-in

Sep 5

Drop In Youth Cafe (Ages: 16-26)

Are you 16 to 26 and trying to figure out adulting? This drop-in group gives young adults a safe space to hang out, have fun and learn new skills with friends. Enjoy activities and snacks while having the chance to talk about housing, job search and who can support you in your community!
Program runs all year with our Child & Youth Worker.

Main LibraryTeensWeeklyDiscussionCraftsDrop-in

Sep 10

Urban Farming Series: City Chickens - How to Keep Poultry in the City

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: 

City Chickens: How to keep poultry in the city 

Presented by Joanna St. Jacques, a member of the Brant County Poultry, Pigeon & Pet Stock Association. 

Saving Seeds Workshop

Presented by Andy Tonkin of Equal Ground Community Gardens. 

Beekeeping: Taking care of our pollinators

Presented by Kari Raymer Bishop of Bishop Family Bees. 

Main LibraryAdultsLife and StyleDiscussionDrop-in

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