Tag Archives: WPL Central Branch

WPL Community Art Wall: Neda Laketić Šoć Exhibit

Neda Laketić Šoć is a local Academic Sculptor Specialist and professional artist. Originally from Sarajevo, she relocated to Windsor in 1999. Former Graphic Designer/Art Exhibitions Coordinator at the The Capitol Theatre and Arts Centre and former member of the Board of Directors at Artcite, CARFAC, the Arts Council Windsor & Region and Artspeak Gallery, Neda has been actively engaged within the art community of Windsor for almost two decades. Her mixed media...
Read more

Video Poems on Display by Gregory Stasiak

With the relaunch of WPL’s freshly painted Community Art Wall, we are excited to announce our next exhibit from local artist, Gregory Stasiak. A member of the Arts Council of Windsor & Region and Artcite Inc; Stasiak’s exhibit mixes the mediums of both poetry and performance art to help us celebrate National Poetry Month for April 2016. Through the use of an ATM machine, Stasiak creates what would seem to most,...
Read more

Special Needs Sensory Story time

Windsor Public Library, Central branch will begin to offer a new sensory story time for children ages 3-8 with Special Needs; including autism, down syndrome and other learning or physical disabilities, and their families starting Saturday September 12, 2015 at 3pm in the Fred Israel Auditorium.  The program will include songs, interactive stories, rhymes, finger plays, opportunities for co-operative play and sensory activities or crafts to promote literacy and development. WPL would like to...
Read more

It’s Summer, Let’s Play!

Windsor Public Library celebrated the launch of our Summer Programs yesterday. Thank you to everyone who came out and participated. The highlight of the event was surely Mad Science. Scores of kids were wowed and amazed by this great presentation. It featured amazing tricks (and even some learning.) We aren’t done yet though, the good times are going to last all summer! We had a great time yesterday, but that...
Read more

Make a card Saturday at the Central Library

Mother’s Day is this Sunday and what better way to celebrate mom or grandma (or any other special person) than with a handmade card. This Saturday at Central Library we’ll be “upcycling” pages from discarded books to make beautiful Mother’s Day cards to give away. As with all of our upcycling programs this craft will emphasize reusing materials to make something new. In this case we’re using books that were...
Read more