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PA Day Craft - june 30

Children of all ages are invited to make noise-makers for Canada Day on Friday June 30, 1-2pm.

No registration or fee.

Summer Children's Programs

Summer programs start Monday July 3rd!

Readopoly, TD Summer Reading Club, weekly movies, Canadian themed crafts, family story hour, gaming and more.

Summer Program schedule

Monday Movies in July

Special Guests

Friday July 7 at 10:30am - Nancy Hunter Acrylic painting. Free but space is limited. Registration required.

Friday July 28 at 10:30am - The Great Canadian Magic Show with Brad Toulouse. Free tickets available at the Library.

summer 2017 programs

Programs & Activities - PRESCHOOL

The Spring Preschool Session is offered April 12 to May 25.

Preschool Programs

  • Intended to encourage and develop a love of reading
  • Free with limited space, registration required

Preschool Resources

Preschool storytime
  • Board books for babies and toddlers
  • Up-to-date parenting books
  • Great selection of picture books
  • Videos, DVDs and Music

wobble and play Thursday at 9:30-10:15 am

  • Enjoy listening to music, reading board books, playing with toys, colouring and making friends.
  • Children 6 to 24 months with a parent or grandparent are welcome to register!

Story Hour Wednesday or Thursday at 10:30-11:15 am

  • Enjoy a collection of stories, songs, rhymes, puppets and activities
  • Program is for children 3 to 5 years old

Programs & Activities - ELEMENTARY

Programs for kids

  • Intended to develop the habit of reading for a lifetime
  • No fee and registration is not required

Resources for kids

  • Chapter books for all levels of reading
  • Easy read books to encourage new young readers
  • Extensive non-fiction books for leisure reading and school research
  • Comprehensive juvenile reference books
  • Electronic resources and online databases
  • Videos, DVDs and Music
  • Public computer with access to the Internet (parental permission required)

Read to Succeed

  • Grade four students participate in class visits, a library tour and book talks.
  • Registration for library card, incentives for reading books, participants are encouraged to use library on their own time.

Readopoly

  • Library version of the popular board game Monopoly
  • Self-paced game that encourages children to read books on a wide variety of subjects

Forest of Reading

  • This program is in partnership with the Ontario Library Association and showcases great Canadian authors and illustrators.
  • The Library offers Blue Spruce for grades K-2, Silver Birch Express for grades 3-4

After School Programs

After School programs are offered until Thursday May 25, 2017

  • CRAZY COLOURING on Mondays 3:30 - 4:30pm for students in grades K-8
  • Create with different mediums and detailed images. Everything from glitter crayons to watercolour pencils.
  • LEGO BUILD on Wednesdays 3:30 - 4:30 pm for students in grades K-8
  • We have the tools to build a car, a pirate ship or the ultimate fortress. Possiblities are endless. Bring your imagination!
  • BOARD GAMES on Thursdays 3:30 - 4:30 pm for students in grades K-8
  • A variety of board games including Jenga, Snakes and Ladders, Scrabble and other retro favourites.
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