Tag Archives: Adult programs

The Buzzed Bee: Canada 150 Edition

Since the summer of 2016, Windsor Public Library has been hosting a special type of spelling bee: the Buzzed Bee. Taking place at Phog Lounge (157 University Ave West), this fun-filled spelling bee gives adults an opportunity to relive their grade-school glory days, and show off their spelling prowess. The next round of the Buzzed Bee will take place on June 15th. This time around, we’ll be honouring Canada’s 150th with...
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Register Now for Our 2nd Adult Spelling Bee!

Windsor Public Library is excited to share a fun event we have coming up this month – Buzzed Bee II – Spelloween. You’re invited to join us at Phog Lounge on October 13 from 8:30-10:30pm for a unique spelling bee experience – one just for adults! We had a great time at our first-ever Bee in July and we can’t wait to see who proves to be our super speller...
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Adult Colouring Clubs @ WPL

If you’ve been in a book store (or craft store or gift store or big box store) lately, you’ve probably noticed scores of adult colouring books just waiting to be snapped up. These books are filled with beautiful, intricate pictures designed for the more advanced colouring aficionado. Colouring is said to be a great way for adults to relax and de-stress. What better time than the hectic holiday season to try it for...
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Adult Sensory Storytime

We had a lot of fun today in our Adult Sensory Storytime at Riverside Library.  First we finished another chapter in our Nancy Drew mystery “The secret of the Old Clock,” and then we had a great discussion about what we think Nancy should do next to solve the mystery. For our activity we listened to Claude Debussy’s “Clair du Lune,” and talked about how the music makes us feel....
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Final Film Club Screening

Hey film buffs! Our NFB Film Club will host this session’s final screening at the Central Library on Thursday July 10 at 6:15pm.  This month’s screening will feature a selection of five classic Oscar-winning short films from the National Film Board.  Short films, like short stories, are often able to pack a strong evocative or visual punch in mere minutes. With a total run time of just 77 minutes, these are five stories stripped down to their essentials and should appeal...
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