Join “Ellie” for fun and
interesting art experiences.
Kids will work with coloured pencils, markers and paints. Ages 8 to 12. This program runs 6 consecutive Saturdays starting October 18 through November 22. To register call 519-255-6770, Ext. 6620.

Saturday, November 22, from 10:30 am to 11:30 am. Riverside Library.

Ever play a banana keyboard?
A drum made of marshmallows?

This 3 week storytime program for 2 to 4 year olds will include traditional elements such as books and songs but with a tech twist. In addition to fun stories, children will “shake” to the music, help “make” something cool using our invention kits and “take” home a simple craft. Space is limited.

To register call 519-2555-6770, Ext. 4434.

Tuesday, November 25, from 10:30 to 11:15 am, Central Library.

Learn new job search
techniques and tips to help you find a job. Learn how to have an edge in today’s competitive job market. Bring your resume and job search questions to this interactive workshop!

Wednesday, November 26, from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm.

For more information call 519-255-6770, ext. 5000, Fontainebleau Library.

The Comic Book club meets
twice a month. Join us to
participate in topics or activities related to the comic and RPG world. Meetings this season will include art classes with local artists, creating a games night and more. Ages 12 to 18. To register call 519-255-6770, Ext. 4579.

Thursday, November 27, from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm. Central Library.

Bring your friends and
family and join us for a family friendly movie.
For more information call 519-255-6770, Ext. 5500.

Saturday, November 29, from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm, Remington Park.

 

Government Printer Peeks: November ed.

This time of year, many of the reports released by government departments and agencies are their annual performance reviews and summaries of accomplishments. Setting those aside, there are still publications attractive to a broader audience. Those hard-to read nutritional labels on foods will be changing.  Health Canada includes proposed revisions to serving size descriptions. Politicos will want to pick apart the findings of the investigation into Robocalls occurring during the last federal election. Wondering about alternative ways of paying for online purchases?  The Bank of Canada Continue Reading...
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Saturday Crafternoon: November 22

Please join us at the Central library for one of my favourite upcycling crafts! We’ll be using recycled materials to make water bottle snowmen. We had a blast making them last year and I’m happy to be able to post a craft made by one of last year’s participants. Crafts involving recycled materials are a great way to teach children about conservation and to emphasize the importance of preserving our resources. The kids always out-do me with their creativity and I’m glad to be able to give Continue Reading...
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‘Tis the Season to give Tech Toys

Once upon a time, long long ago, in a pre-texting era, a friend of mine called me up and said, “We’re going shopping tonight – I’ll pick you up at 2:30 a.m., OK?” Given that we were actually taking and not texting, I couldn’t just reply with a standard wide-eyed Emoji. Who goes shopping in the middle of the night? Turns out that I had never heard of Black Friday. It was an experience I’ll never forget, although often times I’d like to. Whether you’ll be Continue Reading...
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Afternoon tea gets “Rave Reviews”

Central Library’s Rave Reviews program was treated to a special tea service earlier this month. While staff usually provides simple tea and store-bought cookies for this monthly book chat, we were excited to have November’s meeting catered by the Union Jack Tea Room, a local pop-up tea service that specializes in traditional British afternoon teas.  In addition to two types of tea, there were mouth-watering scones, jam, clotted cream, lemon meringue tartlets, jam-filled shortbread biscuits and more, all served up on vintage china. We’d like to Continue Reading...
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What WPL is Reading: November

The beautiful fall days are great for getting outside and enjoying the colours. Windsor is beautiful this time of year, but as it starts to rain and get colder I’m finding more time to read. This month, your friends at WPL have gone through some pretty excellent reads and as always we are happy to share. Especially now that we are seeing snow, we’re in a great time of year to relax and read before we hit the hubbub of the holidays. So read on and Continue Reading...
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Your Ideal Library Contest Recap

Thanks to the many of you of entered our final social media contest of the year!  We were inspired by all the wonderful things you’d love to see in the library of your dreams. From coffeeshops to community involvement, time machines to Ferris wheels, bicycle parking to friendly smiles…your ideas ran the gamut from the practical to the whimsical. We agree that ALL these things would be marvelous!  We’re just wondering if one of you out there wants a time machine so you can erase some Continue Reading...
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