No downloading, no hassle! Waiting for Girl on a Train or All the Light We Cannot See? These titles are 2 of 45 titles available on our new e-readers. Wanting to try out an eReader before committing to purchasing one?
eReaders can be borrowed by patrons 18 or over with a library card and I.D. A Borrower’s Agreement must be signed each time. Please return eReaders to the desk during open hours. No additional titles are allowed to be downloaded.
Ancestry.ca, Canada’s leading family history website, offers members access to 129 million searchable Canadian family history records. Steve Fulton of the Niagara Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society will demonstrate how it can be used effectively. Please bring a laptop if available.
Talk on the outdoor theatre phenomenon of the 1950s, car culture, and the iconic values of the drive-in. Talk will be illustrated with images. Presenter: Joan Nicks, Adjunct Professor of Film and Popular Culture, Brock University.
Take yarn, a crochet hook and a dowel to create beautiful lace. In this two-part tutorial you will learn this simple technique and begin a small project. You must be able to crochet to register. Please bring worsted weight yarn and appropriate sized hook.
This three-hour workshop will introduce the basics of mindfulness through education and a few guided practice activities. Join us to learn some very specific and useful techniques to help you manage aspects of your everyday life.