Adults Programs

Mar 25

Tech Time! Tech Help Clinics

Looking for help with e-books and audio-books or using our online services? Grab you latest gadget - tablet, e-reader, cell phone, laptop, MP3 player, and we'll get you started.

PLEASE NOTE: If you are unable to make the drop in time then give us a call and “Book A Librarian” for
some one-on-one help.

Main LibraryAdultsDrop-in

Mar 26

Computer Basics Series: Introduction to Microsoft Word

Learn how to create, format, and save a word processing document.

Register for all or one of the programs in this series.

Programs in the Computer Basics Series include:

Introduction to Learning 24/7

Introduction to Digital Archiving

Introduction to Smartboards

Introduction to Microsoft Excel

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

 Register Online

Main LibraryAdultsComputerCourseRegistered Program

Mar 26

Lifescapes: A Memoir Writing Program Orientation

We meet biweekly from October to May for writing guidance and support, and publish an annual anthology of short memoirs. It is a challenge to begin midway through, but we'll help you catch up. 

Please contact for more information and to register. 

Main LibraryAdultsLifescapesDiscussion

Mar 26

English Conversation Circles (Ages: 19+)

For newcomers to Canada, 18 years and older, who want to improve their English speaking skills and make new friends. A partnership of YMCA Immigrant Settlement Services – YMCA of Hamilton/Burlington/Brantford and Brantford Public Library, supported by Citizenship and Immigration Canada. Registration required. 
Call 519-752-4568 ext. 3645 for information.

Note: Program runs until December 18th and then resumes on January 8. 

Main LibraryAdultsClubDrop-inRegistered Program

Mar 26

We Would Like to Hear From You!

In 2019, the Children and Youth Team is embarking on the exciting task of updating the Children’s area at Main Branch (173 Colborne)!

We are providing several opportunities for the community to give input:

March Break (March 9-17) – Throughout the week of March Break, there will be consultation stations for children and adults.

Saturday, March 23 at 3:00 pm

OR Sunday, March 24 at 2:00 pm

OR Tuesday, March 26 at 6:30 pm

Parents and caregivers, please join us for one of these 45-minute sessions of discussion and brainstorming.

If you have further questions, or can’t make a session but would like to provide input, contact Zile Ozols, Manager – Programming and Outreach at or 519-756-2220 x. 314.

Main LibraryAdultsKidsSpecial EventDiscussionDrop-in

Mar 26

Create with Technology: Create with Arduino

Join us as we experiment with Arduino kits to learn about basic electronics and coding, then borrow one of our kits to continue your exploration.

Register for all or one of the programs in this series. 

Programs in the Create with Technology Series include:

Create a Website

Create with Silhouette Cameo

Create Home Business Marketing Documents

Create Easy-to-Use Budgeting Tools

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

Register Online

Main LibraryAdultsCourseRegistered Program

Mar 27

Thinking Place Series: HIV Pandemic in Africa with the Grand River Grannies

While the race for a cure for HIV is more likely to make headlines in Canada, there are 16 million AIDS orphans in subSaharan Africa relying on community support. Come hear about the amazing resilience of their caregivers, and the movement of Canadian grandmothers standing in solidarity with the Stephen Lewis Foundation to support them. Featuring the Grand River Grannies.   

Main LibraryAdultsWeeklyDrop-in

Mar 27

BPL Genealogy Club

Are you interested in tracing your family tree but unsure where to start? Or perhaps you've hit a brick wall in your research. We are here to help! The BPL Genealogy Club meets monthly - just drop in! 

Main LibraryAdultsGenealogyClubDrop-in

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