Spring/Summer Programs & Events

All programs are Drop In, unless otherwise noted. Unless otherwise noted programs run all year except when the library is closed.
* Spring session runs April 4 to May 28.


Teen English Conversation Club

June 1st, 7:00pm - 7:45pm

Practice your spoken English in a relaxed social setting with other teens. In partnership with Victoria Academy.

Spring session runs April 6 to June 15.


Drop In Youth Cafe

June 1st, 6:00pm - 7:45pm

Main Library Program Room

Hang out with your friends and chat with our Child & Youth Worker and other professionals on hand to discuss issues affecting you. Enjoy activities, crafts and fun projects. (Ages 14+)


Teen Studio (Ages: 12 - 15)

May 27th, 3:30pm - 4:30pm

Main Library

Find your Zen with art projects, chat about good books with friends, and relax with delicious snacks.


Get Your Game On! (Ages: 14+)

June 15th, 6:00pm - 7:45pm

Main Library

Local gaming experts will demonstrate how the ‘featured game’ works and then it’s time to play! In partnership with Wilfrid Laurier University’s Game Design and Development program.
May 18 - Magic the Gathering
June 15 - Settlers of Catan
July 19 - Mario Kart
August 16 - Munchkin

Maker faire

Make Your Own Gaming Avatar! (Ages: Ages 10+)

July 4th, 6:30pm - 7:45pm

Main Library

Learn how to design your own digital avatar for your roleplaying games. When your  nal design is complete, print a prototype on the Library’s 3D printer. In partnership with Wilfrid Laurier University’s Game Design and Development program. Registration optional as space is limited.
Note: Closed on Monday, August 1st for Civic Holiday.


Code Shop (Ages: 10+)

July 7th, 4:00pm - 5:00pm

Main LIbrary

Learn the basic of block coding with our programmable Ozobots, LEGO Mindstorms, Scratch and more!


Dungeons & Dragons Start Up (Ages: 10+)

July 8th, 3:30pm - 5:30pm

Main Library

Interested in playing D&D, but have limited to no experience? Local D&D experts will show you the ropes in this seven week workshop. Registration Required.

Class Visits & Outreach

We'd love to have your class visit the library for orientation and a tour. If you can't come to us, let us bring the library to you! Using a multimedia presentation, we introduce the research process and show how the library can assist students 24/7.

For info, telephone 519-756-2220 or email info@brantford.library.on.ca.

Youth Action Group

Earn volunteer hours and make a difference in your community!

Be a Library Youth Volunteer any day and time that works for you! Print out a Youth Volunteer Application Form from the Teens page of the website or pick one up at the Library.