Category Archives: Events

Test Your Windsor Trivia Knowledge…

Do you think you know everything there is to know about Windsor? If you do, or think you do, you’ll want to mark August 16 on your calendar.  That’s when you get to show off your knowledge at the Windsor Wisdom Trivia Competition. Windsor Public Library and Museum Windsor invite you to join likeminded individuals at the Phog Lounge (157 University Avenue West) on Thursday, August 16 from 7 to...
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Summer Programs 2018 at Your Windsor Public Library

School’s almost out and that means that summer programming at Windsor Public Library is on the way! We have loads of fun programs planned for your littles (and not so littles) this year. WPL staff at all branches will be hosting programs designed to keep children and teens engaged and entertained during the summer months. We’ll be offering everything from escape rooms to DIY ice cream to STEM programs to...
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Christopher Paul Curtis Educates, Motivates and Entertains…

Internationally renowned children’s author – and friend of Windsor Public Library – Christopher Paul Curtis dropped by Sandwich Branch recently to meet school children, read from his works and motivate students to read and become more involved in the creative writing process. Close to 400 students from General Brock, Marlborough and West Gate public schools were in attendance. Many of the children in attendance have ties with the Library Live Children’s...
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Galactic Gala at Windsor Public library

Join us for a Galactic Gala in honour of the Star Wars Fandom!   WHEN:  Thursday, May 3, 2018 TIME: 6:30-8 pm WHERE: Auditorium, lower level – Central Library, 850 Ouellette Avenue   Padawans and Sith Apprentices of all ages will enjoy an afternoon of Star Wars themed fun, crafts, trivia and even a visit from some of our favourite Star Wars characters compliments of the 501st Legion. Call 519-255-6770...
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Many Verses, Many Smiles

April is poetry month, and over the last few weeks, several poetry-themed programs took place in the library.  This past Saturday, the New Canadians’ Centre of Excellence, in conjunction with the Central Branch hosted our third MANY VOICES, MANY LANDS event.   Recitations were spoken in Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, Hindi, Nepali, Persian, and Urdu as well as English, as participants shared poems by favourite traditional authors, or verses of their own...
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