Category Archives: Programs

Peaceful Place To Paint Last Session – Thursday, December 14, 2017

Sandwich Library 3312 Sandwich St. has been a joy every Thursday, morning from 10:30 am – 12:00 pm. Several members from the community gathered there for A PEACEFUL PLACE TO PAINT. This Thursday is our last group meeting. Thank you to: Tim for giving us some terrific tips on painting with watercolour paints, Bonnie for sharing her many gifts, Marianne for showing us how to combine different mediums, Beth for her vibrant use of...
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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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Community Connecting Artist at Sandwich Library

Our peaceful place to paint seniors connect with our Thursday Tween Time. We enjoyed hours of creative fun filled programs at Sandwich Library last Thursday. Our seniors demonstrated watercolour painting techniques they had  practiced from the assignments I gave them last week. Tim’s sample technique was left on display by our gorgeous Sandwich Library picture windows. When the tweens came in they started to learn from the seniors’ work with great enthusiasm. At...
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Brian’s Corner – A Sandwich Library Live Children’s Club giving back story

VALUED VOLUNTEERS – Sandwich Library is alive, in part, due to of our enthusiastic, vital, valued, volunteers. I have had a remarkable team of amazing volunteers over the past 20 years. I would like to introduce some of them to you over the next few months. It has only been a few weeks since Brian Stocks started meeting with several of the boys in our SANDWICH Library Live Children’s club....
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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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