STEAM On! – Tuesday, March 26, 4:45pm – Ages 6+ –Science! Technology! Engineering! Art! Math! The Library is the place to participate in STEAM activities. Registration is required
Drop-In Family Fun – Fun is on the agenda on Saturday mornings at your library. Something new to try each week. Bring your whole family!
Community Volunteer Income Tax Program – Port Elgin, 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 begin the week of March 11 and run through April. Please contact these branches for more information.
Bruce County Public Library Mini Comic-Con® – Walkerton Branch – March 9, 10-4 – The Library hosts its first ever Comic-Con® event! Join us for a day of activities including: illustration workshops, trivia challenge, Superhero story time, costume parade, wizarding corner, slime-making, vendor’s area, teen art contest, green screen photos and more! Enter our draw for a family pass to Toronto Comicon®. We welcome Brampton Batman, who will be available all day for photos! Comic-Con® is a registered trademark of the San Diego Comic Convention.
March Break Heroes & Villains – Library branches have planned plenty of activities to keep your family busy this March Break!
Superhero Training Academy, March 12, 1:30 & 4:45, March14, & 15, 1:30pm, ages 6+
Do you have what it takes to be a hero? Our training academy will help you prepare!
March Break Super Readers – Children will have the opportunity to track their reading and other activities online using this program. Earn virtual badges and rewards for reading! Visit our website and register using the Beanstack resource.
Canada Reads at BCPL– January – March – Welcome to our online reading program in celebration of Canada Reads. Read a past or present finalist, log time spent reading Canadian books and write a review to participate. The more reading you log, the more chances you have to win one of several autographed books or an “I Read Canadian” T-shirt! Register for the program using the Beanstack resource on our website or ask for assistance at your local branch.
All programs are FREE unless otherwise noted. Donations to your library are gratefully accepted. Children 9 years old and younger must be accompanied by an adult or caregiver while in the library. The assigned caregiver must be at least 12 years old. 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.