Join us for a Victorian Tea with Lady Agnes MacDonald, wife of Canada's first Prime Minister, Sir John A. MacDonald. Light refreshments will be served. Registration Required.
Enjoy outdoor skating at Harmony Square then warm up at the Library while watching a family movie on the big screen at the Main Library.
We will be showing Miss. Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, 127 mins., rated PG
The National Film Board of Canada Film Club's programming offers up a rich and varied selection of short and feature-length films. Just drop in!
We will be showing:
Mabel, 2016 (20 mins.)
89-year-old Mabel is feisty and fiercely independent. It took a lot of moxie to become the first woman in her community to be a wife, mother and small business owner at a time when women were burning their curlers along with their bras.
Debris, 2016 (15 mins.)
Intertidall artist, Pete Clarkson crafts his most ambitious and personal project to date: a memorial to the 2011 Great East Japan earthquake and tsunami. In Clarkson's caring hands, the debris from Japan Tohoku region takes on a life of its own as he shapes it into a unique public sculpture.
Revealing Marie Saint Pierre, 2016 (38 mins.)
While her counterparts approach fashion design through illustrations and patterns, Saint Pierre sculpts a dress right onto live models. The film gives razor-sharp insights into her creative process and the quest for international recognition by a fashion designer who dares to be different.
Join our Dungeon Masters in a grand quest or embark on your own quest with your friends. Adult gamers are welcome.