Wednesdays 10:30 – 11:00 am
Stories, rhymes and songs for preschool age children. A drop-in program for toddlers and their parents or caregivers.
No registration required.
Our Teen Advisory Group is a venue for teens in grades 9 through 12 to develop leadership skills, create library programs and influence our teen collection, while gaining community service hours! This is a great opportunity to:
- Suggest new teen programs
- Volunteer at programs such as travelogues, technology workshops, and other library events
- Write book reviews for our review blog
- Create book or art displays and make recommendations to improve our teen spaces
One-on-one training on computers and the Internet. Available at Pakenham branch on Thursdays, 1-6 PM.
Call either branch for details:
Almonte: 613-256-1037 Pakenham: 613-624-5306
Join us through the fall and winter for one of our monthly films. Films begin at 1:30 pm – no registration necessary.
12 March – Local Hero is a small film to treasure. A loving, funny, understated portrait of a small Scottish town and its encounter with a giant oil company. A feel-good movie that is life-affirming, often laugh-out-loud funny and an absolute delight from the beginning to the ending.
First Wednesday of the month at 7 pm.
Come and meet your neighbours and share your love of books. Call 613-624-5306 for more information. Registration required.
The coffee is on at 10:30 a.m. and the speaker starts at 11 a.m. Everyone welcome.
Friday, March 27th – Using Ancestry to Build Your Family Tree
Friday, April 17th – Home Hospice Lanark North
Nancy Deschenes and Jan Watson, Chair and Vice Chair of HHNL
Every Friday Morning from 10:30 am – noon beginning Friday, December 13th
Come for a coffee and catch up with your neighbours or make a new friend. From time to time we will also be offering talks in the Feeling Good Series in this time slot.
Bridging Generations in partnership with the Mississippi Mills Public Library