The St. Paul Readers’ Circle meets on the third Friday of the month at 2:00 p.m. at the St. Paul Avenue Branch.
We will be discussing:
Nov. 16 - Home for Unwanted Girls by Joanna Goodman
Dec. 21 - The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas
Jan. 18 - The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane, by Lisa See
Feb. 15 - Behold the Dreamers, by Imbolo Mbue
Mar. 15 - Little Fires Everywhere, by Celeste Ng
May 17 - Bel Canto, by Ann Patchett
Jun. 21 - Every Note Played, by Lisa Genova
Contact Robin for more information at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Need a new pair of skates? Get them for FREE at this weekly skate exchange!
Donations of skates in good condition are welcome.
Keep in touch with your friends and family this holiday season with handsome handmade cards. This 2-hour workshop is for the experienced paper crafter interestedin developing stamping techniques. Featuring Kelly Pulham (aka the Craftin’ Granny) an independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator.
Also join us for Giving Gratitude: A Card-Making Workshop for Beginners.
Online registration required, if you need assistance registering please call us at 519-756-2220.
Have you ever wanted to learn chess? Here’s an opportunity to learn the game, or to practice the skills that you already have. A member of the Brantford Chess Club will offer basic instruction and tips on how to improve your game. Just drop-in!
YMCA Immigrant Services offers free settlement and integration services including information, referrals to community resources, one-to-one advice and mentorship, help accessing social and professional networks, and other ways to help you navigate Canadian life and culture. Just drop in, or call 519-752-4568 for more information.
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
Sit down with the Brantford Writers Circle, a small group of writers who meet as equals in a friendly exchange of ideas about each other's work. Contact Robin at email@example.com for more information and to register.
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:
Presented by Joanna St. Jacques, a member of the Brant County Poultry, Pigeon & Pet Stock Association.
Presented by Andy Tonkin of Equal Ground Community Gardens.
Presented by Kari Raymer Bishop of Bishop Family Bees.