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Program / Events Calendar

What's New @ the Library

See our monthly list of books on order and our bi-weekly column which appears in the Bracebridge Examiner read it online.

 

Author Talk - Saturday January 13, 1:00pm

Join author David Franks who will discuss his new book 30 Days in Attawapiskat on Saturday January 13 at 1pm. Books will be for sale as a fundraiser for the community garden in the remote First Nations reserve. Everyone welcome. Refreshments served.

Tech Talk - Tuesday January 16, 6:30pm

Improve your digital literacy. The topic: Troubleshooting your new device. Registration required.

Year of Learning workshop - Saturday January 20, 10:30am

Learn something new this year! A free workshop on Reiki, the Radiance Technique will be offered on Saturday January 20 at 10:30am by special guest Donna Gowland. Please register in advance.

Read for 15 Challenge - January 26 & 27, all day

Celebrate Family Literacy Day by reading for 15 minutes! Let us know you Read for 15 either in person, by phone, via email or on social media. We will total all the Library readers. We have challenged other local libraries to do the same.

Armchair travel series - Saturday January 27, 10:30am

Destination Iceland will be the topic of the next Armchair Travel series. Presented by Kevin Boyle on Saturday Januay 27 at 10:30am. Enjoy beautiful landscapes and adventure from the comfort of the Library. Part of the Fire & Ice Festival.

BPL Book Club

The Book Club meets the last Wednesday of every month in the Library Reading Room
at 7 pm.   Each month we discuss a different genre or category. Share your favorite book or author with others. Everyone is welcome.

Genres for Winter 2017/ 2018

January - Sisters

February - Historical Fiction

March - Music and Musicians

 

free Internet/computer Training

Training is individual and focuses on what your want to learn; email, social media, searching the internet, etc. Training is not available until the spring 2018.

The Muskoka Writing Circle

The Muskoka Writing Circle is a vibrant and supportive group of amateur and professional writers that meets monthly. The purpose of the group is to encourage both new and more seasoned writers to achieve their writing goals through positive critiquing.

The Circle meets on the 3rd Saturday of every month from 9:00 am to 11:30 am. We are sorry to announce that due to the lack of appropriate program space in our library, the Writing Circle will no longer be able to hold their monthly meetings at the Library. However, the group will meet at the Centre for Active Living. For more information please contact Ian at livseyi @aol.com We do look forward to hosting special readings from the Writing Circle, so be sure to check our website for those events.