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Mar 21

Imagination Station - Main Library (Ages: All)

Families can enjoy self-directed activities at our Imagination Station! There are toys to play with, crafts to make and more.

Just drop in!

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Mar 21

Tai Chi at the Library

Join us for a mid-week 30-minute break from stress and noise! We’re partnering with Fung Loy Kok Taoist Tai Chi (Brantford) to bring you strength, flexibility, and stillness. Our introductory lessons are suitable for all ages and abilities.

Session 1: January 17, 24 & 31, February 7

Session 2: February 14, 21 & 28, March 7

Session 3: March 14, 21, 28, April 4

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Mar 21

Eggshell Mini Planter - St. Paul Branch

Celebrate the season with a decorative mini planter made with eggshells. Registration required.

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Mar 21

Seniors @ BPL Event: Healthy Aging

Featuring Dr. Stacey Cooper-Latimer of Lifestyle Balance Solutions. Registration required. Call 519-756-2220 to register.

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Mar 21

Homework Help Drop-In

Elementary school students, Grades 3-8, can drop-in for homework help with a university student volunteer from the Laurier Students for Literacy Club. For more information, please email:

Runs from January 22 to March 29, except when closed February 19 to 23 for University Reading Week and March 12 to 16 for March Break. 

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Mar 21

Drop In Youth Cafe (Ages: 16+)

Hang out with friends or chat with our Child & Youth Worker and other professionals about issues affecting you. Enjoy games, colouring, crafts, fun projects, and snacks! Program runs all year. 

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Mar 21

Canada Reads: BPL Edition

Each spring, the CBC hosts a Canada Reads event where celebrities champion five Canadian books. The goal is to choose a title that everyone in the country should be reading.

This year, Brantford will choose our own winner!

Wilfrid Laurier English Professor Michael Ackerman will moderate a debate between local book experts who will be arguing for which book they feel all Canadians should read. Our expert panel includes book blogger Susan Gibson, Library Board members Penny McKenzie and Caroline Freibauer and Danielle Baines and Anna Rowe, who are library staff. 

Refreshments will be served at the event and there will be a Canada Reads themed prize given out. 

This year's shortlisted titles are:

The Boat People by Sharon Bala

American War by Omar El Akkad

Precious Cargo by Craig Davidson

Forgiveness by Mark Sakamoto

The Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline

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Mar 22

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

Parents and their children can learn about healthy child development, school preparation, positive parenting, attachment, breast feeding support, and healthy lifestyle choices. In partnership with the Brant County Health Unit. 

Note: Program runs until June and resumes in Fall 2018. 

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