Main Library

Apr 1

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.

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Apr 1

Homework Help Drop-In

Elementary school students, Grades 3 to 8, can drop-in for homework help with a university student volunteer from the Laurier Students for Literacy Club. Please email LSFLclub@gmail.com for more information.

Runs from September 24 to November 29, except when closed October 8 to 12 for University Reading Week.

Program will resume January 14th to April 4th, 2019, except when closed February 18th to 22nd for University Reading Week and March 11th to 14th for March Break. 

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Apr 2

Get Ready for Kindergarten - April Intake (Ages: 3-4)

Preschoolers ages 3+ will enjoy this Kindergarten readiness group focusing on curriculum milestones. Parents are encouraged to leave the room, but may observe their child from outside our glass program room. 

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

Runs from April 2 to May 28.

Register online for the April session beginning Tuesday, March 26th. 

Register Online

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Apr 2

Homework Help Drop-In

Elementary school students, Grades 3 to 8, can drop-in for homework help with a university student volunteer from the Laurier Students for Literacy Club. Please email LSFLclub@gmail.com for more information.

Runs from September 24 to November 29, except when closed October 8 to 12 for University Reading Week.

Program will resume January 14th to April 4th, 2019, except when closed February 18th to 22nd for University Reading Week and March 11th to 14th for March Break. 

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Apr 2

Kids Night Out

Discover new ways to be creative with STEM. Join us for this Makerspace group focusing on learning and collaboration, while playing with Ozobots, Snap Circuits and more. 

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Apr 2

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. 

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Apr 3

Baby & Me - Main Branch

Babies start learning early literacy skills right from birth. This baby storytime focuses on baby-parent bonding, rhythm and rhyme, and interactive stories and songs. After storytime, stay and play with us and meet other families.

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Apr 3

The Thinking Place: A Lunchtime Speaker Series with David Neumann

Let's build a culture of inquiry! Join us every week at 12:30 p.m. for a new speaker and persepective on topics of interest in the community. Past speakers have included a range of experts from storm chasers to local political icons to paranormal investigators. 

November 28 - David Neumann, Brantford: Taking the Long View

When Dave Neumann announced he wasn't seeking re-election in October 2018, it marked a milestone in a rich and varied career in politics. He has served Brantford as alderman, mayor, and city councilor and provincially in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario. In addition to teaching at Pauline Johnson Collegiate and Vocational School, he has coordinatred adult education, advocated for literacy, and participated in several committees dedicated to community and heritage development. 

Have you watched Brantford grow and change over the years? If anyone can offer the long view on Brantford as a city, it might well be David Neumann. Come see whether his perspective will offer new insights to your own recollections and memories of Brantford as a vibrant and dynamic place to live and work. 

Upcoming Speakers: 

December 5 - Aaron Wallace, Aaron Wallace, Director of Strategic Planning and Community Partnerships with the City of Brant, How Does Cannabis Legalization Work? 

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