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Long-term Care Options – For Seniors

When the time comes, how can we make a better transition to a long-term care facility? Jenna Martin of the Erie-St. Clair Local Health Integration Network will outline options for seniors or their families. Some topics for discussion include:  eligibility assessment, choosing a new home and the application process, waiting lists, and the bed offer process. To hear more and pose your questions, come to the basement auditorium of the...
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Veronique Mandal presents book: GETTING OFF: A CRIMINAL LAWYER’S ROAD TO REDEMPTION

The latest book from journalist and author, Veronique Mandal, profiles former Windsor criminal lawyer, Don Tait.  Entitled, GETTING OFF: A CRIMINAL LAWYER’S ROAD TO REDEMPTION, Mandal follows the trail from Tait’s high octane lifestyle in Windsor, through his recovery from addictions, to his final days in Africa. Mandal will be presenting excerpts from her book plus her adventures researching it, in an author talk at the Central Branch of the...
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New Year, New Look

If you are a frequent visitor to the Central Branch, you will have noticed a number of changes in the past year as fixtures and materials moved around.  Just this past week, more new bookshelves arrived.  Sounds of construction filled the first floor as the units were whirred and whapped together, and the second floor temporarily turned into a maze as the new fixtures queued up, waiting to be filled...
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By The River January Meeting ReBooked

The December 13 meeting of BY THE RIVER, Readers series is now rebooked and will  happen on Wednesday January 17. Urban Farmhouse Press hopes this date works better for your busy holiday schedule and you will attend in the new year, as this meeting will present the published collection of the works of 2016-2017 readers. Place is the same (Ouellette lobby, Central Branch),  & no change to the time (starts 6:30 p.m.). ...
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Launch of new book by author Fartumo Kusow on December 4

Fartumo Kusow, a Windsor high school English teacher, will mark the launch of her new novel Tale of a Boon’s Wife with a talk at the Windsor Public Library, Central Branch (850 Ouellette Ave), on Monday December 4th from 6:30-8:00pm. Community Living Room, 1st Floor. Kusow fled Somalia just as its years-long civil war was starting. She made her way to Canada, settling in Windsor where she earned an Honours Degree in English...
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