Builder’s Club – Happening on the last Saturday in the month, stop in and try out whatever creative building materials we are checking out that day
Adult Book Club Meeting – last Wednesday of the month @ 1:00. Copies of the club’s current read are available at the circulation desk.
The theme of Canada Reads 2018 is “One Book to Open Your Eyes”. Check out the in-branch displays of works from past Canada Reads winners. Look for our online videos of staff sharing the “one book that opened their eyes” and get inspired to try some Canada Reads titles.
Blind Date with a Book:
Take your chances on a literary “blind date”! Check out materials from our in-branch displays. You never know, you may fall in love with a new author or genre!
Freedom to Read Week – Feb 25-March 3:
This annual event encourages Canadians to think about and reaffirm their commitment to intellectual freedom, which is guaranteed them under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Stop by our in-branch displays and help us “free” a book that has been challenged. For more information about Freedom to Read, visit their website: http://www.freedomtoread.ca
Coming in March:
Community Volunteer Income Tax Program
Wiarton, Kincardine and Walkerton Library Branches are offering the opportunity for individuals with modest income to have their tax returns prepared by community volunteers. Clinics will run in March and April. Please contact these branches for more information.
New! March Break Beanstack Reading Program
Children will have the opportunity to track their reading and other activities this March Break in this new online program. Earn badges and rewards for reading!
Make that stack of home movies you’ve been meaning to digitize this fall’s project! The Conversion Station located at Port Elgin Branch Library allows you to convert your VHS, vinyl records and slides to digital. Please call 519-832-2201 to book a time.
Tech Help – Need some assistance with your device? Make an appointment for a one-on-one assistance from our staff.
All programs are FREE unless otherwise noted. Donations to your library are gratefully accepted. Children under 9 years old must be accompanied by an adult while in the library. Children under the age of 5 attending programs may be supervised by the library staff only during the scheduled time of the program; their caregivers must always remain in the library building. Responsibility for the welfare and the behaviour of children using the library ultimately rests with the parent/guardian or an assigned caregiver. Thank you for your understanding.