November at the Thunder Bay Public Library

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Thunder Bay Public Library
Thunder Bay Public Library

Thunder Bay Public Library
Thunder Bay Public Library

THUNDER BAY – There is always something going on at the Thunder Bay Public Library.

THUNDER BAY PUBLIC LIBRARY EVENTS NOVEMBER 2017
The Thunder Bay Public Library is a non-profit organization. Our charitable registration number is #11925 9075 RR0001
All library locations will be closed on Saturday, November 11 & Monday, November 13 for Remembrance Day.
All locations are wheelchair accessible
Website/Online Catalogue available 24/7 @ www.tbpl.ca

Please check the Hours of Operation on our website for the branch nearest you or pick up an Hours of Operation bookmark at any Library location.

Join us for Northern Nature Trading @ the Mary J.L. Black Library. Northern Nature Trading offers a weekly program which is a special kind of swap shop where you can trade things you find in nature like rocks, shells, fossils and pine cones. Join us Tuesdays from

6-8 p.m., Wednesdays from 3- 5 p.m. and Saturdays from 2- 4 p.m. For more information, visit www.tbpl.ca/northernnaturetrading

Do you need to talk to a Social Worker for assistance? Make an appointment or drop in to see Joanne Boucher from Alpha Court @ the Brodie Resource Library every Thursday afternoon between 1 and 4 p.m. & @ the Waverley Resource Library – Main Floor on the last Tuesday of each month from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.  For more information contact Joanne Boucher RSW @ 627-4149 or by email: jboucher@alphacourt.ca
Youth Move @ your Library

Youth Move is a free drop-in program offered for anyone 12-18 years of age and is available at Mary J.L. Black Library. Youth Move offers weekly programming that includes everything from games, crafts, board games, video games, resume writing workshops and of course lots of snacks.

Join the Youth Move program at the @ the Mary J.L. Black Community Program Room Monday, Wednesday & Friday from 3:30 p.m. to 8 pm and Sunday from 1 pm to 4 p.m.

For program information check us out on Facebook at Youth Move, on Instagram at Youthmovetbay, by email at youthmove@thunderbay.ca or by phone at 625-2344.

Group Visits to County Park. County Park Library is pleased to offer library visits for your class or day care Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday morning between 9 and 12. You will have a private tour of this small but vibrant branch of the Thunder Bay Public Library. Please allow 2 weeks notice.  To book or for more information call 684-6808.

NOTE: Group visits are available at all Library locations. Call 345-8275 for more information.

County Park is pleased to announce the launch of its Activity Cart! Created for use by families or kids 3 and over, this cart promotes literacy through the use of games. Family board gaming is increasing in popularity, so next time you are in the branch take a look and plan to spend some time at play. For use in Library only.
Wednesday, November 1 5:30 p.m. Indigenous Advisory Group (IAG) Meeting @ the Waverley Auditorium. For future dates, more information or to join contact Robyn at 355-4594 or rmedicine@tbpl.ca
Thursday, November 2 10:30 a.m. Baby Time. Drop-in literacy based storytime for babies from birth to 24 months combining stories, songs, lap rhymes & play @ the Brodie Story Hour Room. Your baby will learn the sounds & rhythm of language & its value. Instill an early love of reading & encourage socialization in your baby! Siblings are welcome. For further information contact the Brodie Library @ 624-4208.
Thursday, November 2 10:30 a.m. Baby Time – drop-in literacy based storytime for babies from birth to 24 months combining stories, songs, lap rhymes & play @ the County Park Library. Your baby will learn the sounds & rhythm of language & its value. Instill an early love of reading & encourage socialization in your baby! Siblings are welcome. For further information contact the County Park Library @ 345-8275 ext 7401.
Thursday, November 2 1:30 p.m. Wit Knits @ the Mary J.L. Black Community Program Room. Whether you’re new to knitting or experienced and 55+, you are welcome to join Wit Knits, a group that gets together to knit (and crochet). Share stories and laughs with fellow group members while you work. For more information please contact Vanessa @ 625-3135.
Thursday, November 2 10:30 a.m. Read, Sing, Play @ the Waverley Auditorium. Children & their family or caregivers will enjoy this 100% literacy based drop-in storytime combining stories, songs & rhymes with activities & time for play. Daycares are welcome & asked to call ahead. For more information call the Waverley Resource Library @ 684-6816.
Thursday, November 2 2 p.m. Baby Time – drop-in literacy based storytime for babies from birth to 24 months combining stories, songs, lap rhymes & play @ the County Park Library. Your baby will learn the sounds & rhythm of language & its value. Instill an early love of reading & encourage socialization in your baby! Siblings are welcome. For further information contact the County Park Library @ 345-8275 ext 7401.
Thursday, November 2 6 p.m. Build and Play @ the Mary J.L. Black Community Program Room. Families are invited to come play with our fun engineering and building toys. Mastermind a massive marble maze, build an adventure with Goldie Blox, or snap together Magna Tiles. Toys are suitable for kids aged 4 and older. For more information call the Mary J.L. Black Library @ 345-8275 ext. 7301.
Thursday, November 2 7 p.m. Colour Me Calm @ the Waverley Ground Floor Learning Space. Looking for a creative way to relax and meet new people? Join Colour Me Calm, the Adult Colouring Club at Waverley. Supplies and refreshments will be provided! For more information, contact Shauna at 684-6814 or email wavcolouringclub@tbpl.ca
Friday, November 3 1 p.m. Retirement Explorers @ the Mary J.L. Black Community Program Room. Retirement Explorers are a group of retirees who pursue active recreation options. Retirees and soon-to be retirees are welcome to attend. For more information please contact Vanessa @ 625-3135.
Saturday, November 4 2 p.m. Build and Play @ the Mary J.L. Black Community Program Room. Families are invited to come play with our fun engineering and building toys. Mastermind a massive marble maze, build an adventure with Goldie Blox, or snap together Magna Tiles. Toys are suitable for kids aged 4 and older. For more information call the Mary J.L. Black Library @ 345-8275 ext. 7301.
Saturday, November 4 2 p.m. Join us for Family Lego Club @ the Brodie Story Hour Room. Play, build and create! Kids of all ages and their caregivers are invited to drop-in for imaginative play. Materials provided. For more information call the Brodie Resource Library @ 624-4208.
Monday, November 6 10:30 a.m. Baby Time – a drop-in, literacy based storytime for babies up to 24 months @ the Waverley Auditorium. Your baby will learn through stories, songs, lap rhymes and play. Siblings are welcome. For more information call the Waverley Resource Library @ 684-6816.
Monday, November 6 6:30 p.m. Community Action Panel (CAP) Meeting @ the Waverley Auditorium. For future dates, more information or to join contact Sylvia at 684-6808 or srenaud@tbpl.ca Everyone is welcome to attend.
Tuesday, November 7 10:30 a.m. Read, Sing, Play @ the Brodie Story Hour Room. Children & their family or caregivers will enjoy this 100% literacy based drop-in storytime combining stories, songs & rhymes with activities & time for play. Daycares are welcome & asked to call ahead. For more information call 624-4208.
Tuesday, November 7 10:30 a.m. Read, Sing, Play @ the County Park Library. Children & their family or caregivers will enjoy this 100% literacy based drop-in storytime combining stories, songs & rhymes with activities & time for play. Daycares are welcome & asked to call ahead. For more information call the County Park Library @ 345-8275 ext. 7401.
Tuesday, November 7 7 p.m. Brodie Book Club @ the Brodie Study Room. The Brodie Book Club is welcoming new members. Snacks are provided. Please contact Rosemary at brodiebookclub@tbpl.ca 345-8275 ext. 7260.
Tuesday, November 7 7 p.m. Book Launch-Tree At My Window: A Book of Days by Bill Heath @ the Mary J.L. Black Community Program Room. A memoir of teaching, reading and more. For more information call the Mary J.L. Black Library @ 345-8275 ext. 7301.
Wednesday, November 8 2:30 p.m. Needle Crafts @ the County Park Library. Do you want to learn to knit, crochet or do other needlecrafts? Are you experienced at any of these talents and willing to share your knowledge and expertise with others? Or do you just want to get together with fellow needlers? Join us! For more information call County Park Library at 345-8275 ext 7401. Donations of needle crafting material welcome.
Wednesday, November 8 6:30 p.m. Youth Advisory Council (YAC) Meeting @ the Brodie Resource Library YA Area. Looking for Volunteer Hours? Join the TBPL Youth Advisory Council (YAC) to help raise awareness of the library and provide a youth perspective on services, collections and programs. Go to teens.tbpl.ca/yac for more information.
Thursday, November 9 Thunder Bay Public Library Board Meeting. The Thunder Bay Public Library Board meets once a month except in the summer. Members of the public are welcome to attend. If you have any special needs, or want more details, please call 684-6803 at least one week prior to the meeting. Board agendas & minutes are available to the public on the Library website & at all library locations.
Thursday, November 9 10:30 a.m. Read, Sing, Play @ the Waverley Auditorium. Children & their family or caregivers will enjoy this 100% literacy based drop-in storytime combining stories, songs & rhymes with activities & time for play. Daycares are welcome & asked to call ahead. For more information call the Waverley Resource Library @ 684-6816.
Thursday, November 9 10:30 a.m. Baby Time. Drop-in literacy based storytime for babies from birth to 24 months combining stories, songs, lap rhymes & play @ the Brodie Story Hour Room. Your baby will learn the sounds & rhythm of language & its value. Instill an early love of reading & encourage socialization in your baby! Siblings are welcome. For further information contact the Brodie Library @ 624-4208.
Thursday, November 9 10:30 a.m. Baby Time – drop-in literacy based storytime for babies from birth to 24 months combining stories, songs, lap rhymes & play @ the County Park Library. Your baby will learn the sounds & rhythm of language & its value. Instill an early love of reading & encourage socialization in your baby! Siblings are welcome. For further information contact the County Park Library @ 345-8275 ext 7401.
Thursday, November 9 1:30 p.m. Wit Knits @ the Mary J.L. Black Community Program Room. Whether you’re new to knitting or experienced and 55+, you are welcome to join Wit Knits, a group that gets together to knit (and crochet). Share stories and laughs with fellow group members while you work. For more information please contact Vanessa @ 625-3135.
Thursday, November 9 6 p.m. Build and Play @ the Mary J.L. Black Community Program Room. Families are invited to come play with our fun engineering and building toys. Mastermind a massive marble maze, build an adventure with Goldie Blox, or snap together Magna Tiles. Toys are suitable for kids aged 4 and older. For more information call the Mary J.L. Black Library @ 345-8275 ext. 7301.
Friday, November 10 1 p.m. Retirement Explorers @ the Mary J.L. Black Community Program Room. Retirement Explorers are a group of retirees who pursue active recreation options. Retirees and soon-to be retirees are welcome to attend. For more information please contact Vanessa @ 625-3135.
Tuesday, November 14 10:30 a.m. Read, Sing, Play @ the Brodie Story Hour Room. Children & their family or caregivers will enjoy this 100% literacy based drop-in storytime combining stories, songs & rhymes with activities & time for play. Daycares are welcome & asked to call ahead. For more information call 624-4208.
Tuesday, November 14 10:30 a.m. Read, Sing, Play @ the County Park Library. Children & their family or caregivers will enjoy this 100% literacy based drop-in storytime combining stories, songs & rhymes with activities & time for play. Daycares are welcome & asked to call ahead. For more information call the County Park Library @ 345-8275 ext. 740
Tuesday, November 14 12-1:30 p.m. Casual Clerisy Club @ the Waverley Auditorium. Bring your lunch and join in this noon-hour book club. This month features History. Contact Donna at danuta@tbaytel.net for more information.
Wednesday, November 15 6 p.m. Sharing & Storytelling Circle @ the Brodie Story Hour Room. The circle is a place for all members of our community to come and listen, learn and share. It is an excellent introduction into the Indigenous worldview and serves as a learning tool for all to gain broader knowledge and understanding. Indigenous Youth, Elders, Traditional Knowledge Keepers and storytellers are encouraged to attend. For future dates, more information or to join contact Robyn at 355-4594 or rmedicine@tbpl.c
Wednesday, November 15 6:30 p.m. Compost Workshop @ the Brodie Fireside Reading Room. Learn how easy it is to recycle your fruit and vegetable scraps, leaves and plant cuttings into compost! Join us as we learn from compost experts from Sleepy G Farm. It is rewarding to know you are turning what some consider organic waste into a nutrient rich organic material for your garden. For more information call 624-4206.
Thursday, November 16 10:30 a.m. Baby Time – drop-in literacy based storytime for babies from birth to 24 months combining stories, songs, lap rhymes & play @ the County Park Library. Your baby will learn the sounds & rhythm of language & its value. Instill an early love of reading & encourage socialization in your baby! Siblings are welcome. For further information contact the County Park Library @ 345-8275 ext 7401.
Thursday, November 16 10:30 a.m. Baby Time. Drop-in literacy based storytime for babies from birth to 24 months combining stories, songs, lap rhymes & play @ the Brodie Story Hour Room. Your baby will learn the sounds & rhythm of language & its value. Instill an early love of reading & encourage socialization in your baby! Siblings are welcome. For further information contact the Brodie Library @ 624-4208.
Thursday, November 16 10:30 a.m. Read, Sing, Play @ the Waverley Auditorium. Children & their family or caregivers will enjoy this 100% literacy based drop-in storytime combining stories, songs & rhymes with activities & time for play. Daycares are welcome & asked to call ahead. For more information call the Waverley Resource Library @ 684-6816.
Thursday, November 16 1:30 p.m. Wit Knits @ the Mary J.L. Black Community Program Room. Whether you’re new to knitting or experienced and 55+, you are welcome to join Wit Knits, a group that gets together to knit (and crochet). Share stories and laughs with fellow group members while you work. For more information please contact Vanessa @ 625-3135.
Thursday, November 16 6 p.m. Build and Play @ the Mary J.L. Black Community Program Room. Families are invited to come play with our fun engineering and building toys. Mastermind a massive marble maze, build an adventure with Goldie Blox, or snap together Magna Tiles. Toys are suitable for kids aged 4 and older. For more information call the Mary J.L. Black Library @ 345-8275 ext. 7301.
Tuesday, November 16 7 p.m. NOWW Writers’ Nights @ the Mary J.L. Black Community Program Room. Fireworks Or Smouldering Coals? – Let three local writers light up your evening with their sizzling works. Bring your poetry for the open mic. Presented by Northwestern Ontario Writers’ Workshop (NOWW). Visit www.nowwwriters.ca for more information.
Thursday, November 16 7 p.m. Colour Me Calm @ the Waverley Ground Floor Learning Space. Looking for a creative way to relax and meet new people? Join Colour Me Calm, the Adult Colouring Club at Waverley. Supplies and refreshments will be provided! For more information, contact Shauna at 684-6814 or email wavcolouringclub@tbpl.ca
Friday, November 17 10:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Family Board Game Day @ County Park Library. Kids of all ages can drop-in and check out our new Activity Cart loaded with lots of fun board games. For more information call 345-8275 ext. 7401.
Friday, November 17 10:30 a.m. PA Day Puppet Show: Franklin in the Dark @ the Brodie

Story Hour Room. Kids of all ages can drop-in for this fun event. For more information call

624-4208.

Friday, November 17 1 p.m. Retirement Explorers @ the Mary J.L. Black Community Program Room. Retirement Explorers are a group of retirees who pursue active recreation options. Retirees and soon-to be retirees are welcome to attend. For more information please contact Vanessa @ 625-3135.
Friday, November 17 2:30 p.m. PA Day Puppet Show: Royal Raven @ the Waverley Auditorium. Kids of all ages can drop-in for this event. For more information call 684-6816.
Friday, November 17 2:30 p.m. PA Day Puppet Show: 3 Little Wolves and the Big Bad Pig @ the Mary J.L. Black Community Program Room. Kids of all ages can drop-in for this event. For more information call 345-8275 ext. 7301.
Saturday, November 18 10:30 a.m. When I Grow Up @ the Waverley Auditorium. What do you want to be when you grow up? An astronaut, a firefighter, Wonder Woman, a doctor? Today’s your chance to dress up as what you want to be! Kids of all ages can drop-in to have a fun storytime with some very special guests. For more information call 684-6816.
Saturday, November 18 1p.m.-3 p.m. GIANTs – Grand Individuals Aging with Neighbours in

Thunder Bay @ the Mary J.L. Black Community Program Room. Join the celebration as some GIANTs share their digital stories about aging well at home and in Thunder Bay neighbourhoods. For information contact Nancy at nangus@shaw.ca

Saturday, November 18 2 p.m. LU In Conversation: Permanent State of Emergency @ the Mary J.L. Black Community Program Room. The United States is in the midst of the most serious constitutional crisis in its history. After the immediate aftermath of 9/11 had passed, instead of curbing the increase in executive power, Congress and the courts facilitated

the breakdown of the nation’s constitutional order and set the stage for presidential supremacy. Donald Trump inherited a turn-key totalitarian state: what can be done now that he is at the wheel? Join Dr. Ryan Alford, Associate Professor, Bora Laskin Faculty of Law. For more information call 624-4203.

Saturday, November 18 2 p.m. Join us for Family Lego Club @ the County Park Library Children’s Area. Play, build and create! Kids of all ages and their caregivers are invited to drop-in for imaginative play. Materials provided. For more information call the County Park Library @ 345-8275 ext 7401.
Saturday, November 18 2 p.m. Build and Play @ the Mary J.L. Black Community Program Room. Families are invited to come play with our fun engineering and building toys. Mastermind a massive marble maze, build an adventure with Goldie Blox, or snap together Magna Tiles. Toys are suitable for kids aged 4 and older. For more information call the Mary J.L. Black Library @ 345-8275 ext. 7301.
Monday, November 20 10:30 a.m. Baby Time – a drop-in, literacy based storytime for babies up to 24 months @ the Waverley Auditorium. Your baby will learn through stories, songs, lap rhymes and play. Siblings are welcome. For more information call the Waverley Resource Library @ 684-6816.
Monday, November 20 12 p.m. Brodie Lunch Time Book Club @ the Brodie Resource Library. Please contact Rosemary at 345-8275 ext 7260 or brodiebookclub@tbpl.ca or to register (space is limited). Bring your lunch. Tea and coffee will be provided.
Monday, November 20 6:30 p.m. Financial Planning @ the Brodie Fireside Reading Room. Introduction to Investing: Stocks, Bonds, Funds. Join Kara Polson, Financial Consultant for this free, one-hour drop-in workshop to hear helpful tips and insight into creating and maintaining a solid financial plan.
Tuesday, November 21 10:30 a.m. Read, Sing, Play @ the Brodie Story Hour Room. Children & their family or caregivers will enjoy this 100% literacy based drop-in storytime combining stories, songs & rhymes with activities & time for play. Daycares are welcome & asked to call ahead. For more information call 624-4208.

 

Tuesday, November 21 10:30 a.m. Read, Sing, Play @ the County Park Library. Children & their family or caregivers will enjoy this 100% literacy based drop-in storytime combining stories, songs & rhymes with activities & time for play. Daycares are welcome & asked to call ahead. For more information call the County Park Library @ 345-8275 ext. 7401.
Wednesday, November 22 2:30 p.m. Needle Crafts @ the County Park Library. Do you want to learn to knit, crochet or do other needlecrafts? Are you experienced at any of these talents and willing to share your knowledge and expertise with others? Or do you just want to get together with fellow needlers? Join us! For more information call County Park Library at 345-8275 ext. 7401. Donations of needle crafting material welcome.
Thursday, November 23 10:30 a.m. Baby Time – drop-in literacy based storytime for babies from birth to 24 months combining stories, songs, lap rhymes & play @ the County Park Library. Your baby will learn the sounds & rhythm of language & its value. Instill an early love of reading & encourage socialization in your baby! Siblings are welcome. For further information contact the County Park Library @ 345-8275 ext 7401.
Thursday, November 23 10:30 a.m. Read, Sing, Play @ the Waverley Auditorium. Children & their family or caregivers will enjoy this 100% literacy based drop-in storytime combining stories, songs & rhymes with activities & time for play. Daycares are welcome & asked to call ahead. For more information call the Waverley Resource Library @ 684-6816.
Thursday, November 23 10:30 a.m. Baby Time. Drop-in literacy based storytime for babies from birth to 24 months combining stories, songs, lap rhymes & play @ the Brodie Story Hour Room. Your baby will learn the sounds & rhythm of language & its value. Instill an early love of reading & encourage socialization in your baby! Siblings are welcome. For further information contact the Brodie Library @ 624-4208.
Thursday, November 23 1:30 p.m. Wit Knits @ the Mary J.L. Black Community Program Room. Whether you’re new to knitting or experienced and 55+, you are welcome to join Wit Knits, a group that gets together to knit (and crochet). Share stories and laughs with fellow group members while you work. For more information please contact Vanessa @ 625-3135.
Thursday, November 23 6 p.m. Build and Play @ the Mary J.L. Black Community Program Room. Families are invited to come play with our fun engineering and building toys. Mastermind a massive marble maze, build an adventure with Goldie Blox, or snap together Magna Tiles. Toys are suitable for kids aged 4 and older. For more information call the Mary J.L. Black Library @ 345-8275 ext. 7301.
Thursday, November 23 7 p.m. Adulting 101: Money Matters @ the Mary J.L. Black Community Program Room. Making money is easy, spending it is even easier! Figuring out finances doesn’t have to be boring. This session will help tweens ages 12 and older, avoid the “big mistakes” and show how easy it is to make the most of your money. Refreshments and pizza will be served. For more information call 345-8275 ext. 7301.
Friday, November 24 1 p.m. Retirement Explorers @ the Mary J.L. Black Community Program Room. Retirement Explorers are a group of retirees who pursue active recreation options. Retirees and soon-to be retirees are welcome to attend. For more information please contact Vanessa @ 625-3135.
Saturday, November 25 2 p.m. Join us for Family Lego Club @ the Brodie Story Hour Room. Play, build and create! Kids of all ages and their caregivers are invited to drop-in for imaginative play. Materials provided. For more information call the Brodie Resource Library @ 624-4208.

 

 

Saturday, November 25 2 p.m. Build and Play @ the Mary J.L. Black Community Program Room. Families are invited to come play with our fun engineering and building toys. Mastermind a massive marble maze, build an adventure with Goldie Blox, or snap together Magna Tiles. Toys are suitable for kids aged 4 and older. For more information call the Mary J.L. Black Library @ 345-8275 ext. 7301.
Saturday, November 25 2 p.m. Saturday Crafter-noon @ the Waverley Ground Floor Learning Space. Bring a project to work on and join others for inspiration. Staff can assist with knitting and basic needlework. Hope to see you there! Contact Ruth at 624-4206 or email at rhamlin-douglas@tbpl.ca for more information.
Saturday, November 25 2:30 p.m. Magic Show @ the County Park Library. Kids of all ages can drop-in and enjoy an amazing magic show with Tyler Biloski. For more information call 345-8275 ext 7401.
Monday, November 27 10:30 a.m. Baby Time – a drop-in, literacy based storytime for babies up to 24 months @ the Waverley Auditorium. Your baby will learn through stories, songs, lap rhymes and play. Siblings are welcome. For more information call the Waverley Resource Library @ 684-6816.
Tuesday, November 28 10:30 a.m. Read, Sing, Play @ the Brodie Story Hour Room. Children & their family or caregivers will enjoy this 100% literacy based drop-in storytime combining stories, songs & rhymes with activities & time for play. Daycares are welcome & asked to call ahead. For more information call 624-4208.
Tuesday, November 28 10:30 a.m. Read, Sing, Play @ the County Park Library. Children & their family or caregivers will enjoy this 100% literacy based drop-in storytime combining stories, songs & rhymes with activities & time for play. Daycares are welcome & asked to call ahead. For more information call the County Park Library @ 345-8275 ext. 7401.
Tuesday, November 28 7 p.m. Ontario Genealogical Society (OGS) Meeting @ the Mary J.L. Black Community Program Room. Meetings feature idea and research sharing along with special topics and guest speakers. Connect with OGS on Facebook (Thunder Bay District Branch, OGS) or by email at thunderbay@ogs.on.ca for more information.
Wednesday, November 29 5:30 p.m. Indigenous Advisory Group (IAG) Meeting @ the Brodie Story Hour Room. For future dates, more information or to join contact Robyn at 355-4594 or rmedicine@tbpl.ca
Wednesday, November 29 6:30 p.m. Financial Planning @ the Waverley Library hub:north. Introduction to Investing: Stocks, Bonds, Funds. Join Kara Polson, Financial Consultant for this free, one-hour drop-in workshop to hear helpful tips and insight into creating and maintaining a solid financial plan.
Wednesday, November 29 7 p.m. Writers’ Circle @ the Waverley Large Meeting Room, Ground Floor. The Writers’ Circle meets the last Wednesday of each month to share ideas and support each other. This month features your own work. Call Paul at 345-8513 for more details.
Thursday, November 30 10:30 a.m. Baby Time. Drop-in literacy based storytime for babies from birth to 24 months combining stories, songs, lap rhymes & play @ the Brodie Story Hour Room. Your baby will learn the sounds & rhythm of language & its value. Instill an early love of reading & encourage socialization in your baby! Siblings are welcome. For further information contact the Brodie Library @ 624-4208.

 

 

 

Thursday, November 30 10:30 a.m. Read, Sing, Play @ the Waverley Auditorium. Children & their family or caregivers will enjoy this 100% literacy based drop-in storytime combining stories, songs & rhymes with activities & time for play. Daycares are welcome & asked to call ahead. For more information call the Waverley Resource Library @ 684-6816.
Thursday, November 30 10:30 a.m. Baby Time – drop-in literacy based storytime for babies from birth to 24 months combining stories, songs, lap rhymes & play @ the County Park Library. Your baby will learn the sounds & rhythm of language & its value. Instill an early love of reading & encourage socialization in your baby! Siblings are welcome. For further information contact the County Park Library @ 345-8275 ext 7401.
Thursday, November 30 1:30 p.m. Wit Knits @ the Mary J.L. Black Community Program Room. Whether you’re new to knitting or experienced and 55+, you are welcome to join Wit Knits, a group that gets together to knit (and crochet). Share stories and laughs with fellow group members while you work. For more information please contact Vanessa @ 625-3135.
Thursday, November 30 6 p.m. Build and Play @ the Mary J.L. Black Community Program Room. Families are invited to come play with our fun engineering and building toys. Mastermind a massive marble maze, build an adventure with Goldie Blox, or snap together Magna Tiles. Toys are suitable for kids aged 4 and older. For more information call the Mary J.L. Black Library @ 345-8275 ext. 7301.
Thursday, November 30 7 p.m. Colour Me Calm @ the Waverley Ground Floor Learning Space. Looking for a creative way to relax and meet new people? Join Colour Me Calm, the Adult Colouring Club at Waverley. Supplies and refreshments will be provided! For more information, contact Shauna at 684-6814 or email wavcolouringclub@tbpl.ca