Discussion Groups

Nov 14

Seniors @ BPL Event: Meet Zig Misiak

Governor General of Canada medal winner and local author Zig Misiak will speak about Remembrance Day, his early life as a World War II baby refugee and the books that he has published.

Main LibraryAdultsDiscussionDrop-in

Nov 14

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

Nov 15

Looking for Work after 45 - A St. Paul & CareerLink series - How to Create an Effective Resume (Ages: 45+)

Representatives from CareerLink will guide you through getting ready for today's job market. 

Register for one, or all three! 

Programs in this series include:

Job Search Techniques

How to Create an Effective Resume

Interview Skills

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

Register Online

St. Paul BranchAdultsDiscussionRegistered Program

Nov 15

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

Nov 15

Bell City Author Series - Amy Stuart (Ages: 18+)

National bestelling author of the 2013 book Still Mine and winner of the Arthur Ellis Award and Writer's Union of Canada Short Story Fiction Competition. 

For more information and to purchase tickets, click here

Main LibraryAdultsSpecial EventDiscussionTickets Required

Nov 19

Urban Farming Series: Beekeeping - Taking Care of Pollinators

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

Nov 21

The Thinking Place: A Lunchtime Speaker Series

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:
September 26 - David Chapman, Storm Chasing in Ontario
October 3 - Sujata Singh, The Climate Reality Project
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

Main LibraryAdultsSpecial EventDiscussionDrop-in

Nov 21

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

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