Location: Greater Toronto Area, Ontario, Canada
There are 21 "Little Libraries" within 25 miles.
6677 Meadowvale Town Centre Circle, Mississauga, Ontario Canada
3801 Thomas Street, Mississauga, Ontario Canada
2800 Erin Centre Blvd., Mississauga, Ontario Canada
112 Queen St. S, Mississauga, Ontario Canada
125 Queen St S, Mississauga, ON K5M1K9 Canada
5100 Erin Mills Pkwy, P.O. Box 170, Mississauga, Ontario L5M 4Z5 Canada
4525 Mississauga Road, Mississauga, Ontario L5M 7C6 Canada
2233 South Millway Dr., Mississauga, Ontario Canada
730 Courtneypark Drive West, Mississauga, Ontario Canada
Erin Mills Power Centre, 3050 Vega Blvd, Mississauga, Ontario L5L 5X8 Canada
3058 Fifth Line W, Mississauga, ON L5L 5W3 Canada
327 Dundas St. E., Waterdown, ON L9H 7H7 Canada
3359 Mississauga Rd., Mississauga, Ontario L5M 7L2 Canada
1199 Costigan Road, Milton, Ontario Canada
Milton Crossroads, 1180 Steeles Avenue East, Milton, Ontario L9T 6C8 Canada
780 Burnhamthorpe Road, Mississauga, ON L5C 3X3 Canada
1030 McBride Ave., Mississauga, Ontario Canada
2251 Speakman Drive, Mississauga, ON L5K 1B2 Canada
500 Ray Lawson Blvd, Brampton, Ontario Canada
4180 Duke of York Blvd, Mississauga, ON L5B 0G5 Canada
189 Rathburn Road West, Mississauga, Ontario L5B 4C1 Canada
2225 Erin Mills Parkway, Mississauga, Ontario L5K 1T9 Canada
2225 Erin Mills Parkway, Mississauga, Ontario Canada
301 Burnhamthorpe Rd. W., Mississauga, Ontario L5B 3Y3 Canada
1051 Glenashton Drive, Oakville, Ontario Canada
West Neighbourhood House Homework Tutoring for Children
Get help in English, Science, Math and French. A joint program of West Nighbourhood House and the Toronto Public Library. For grades 1-7. (thebookpile)
Doing Market Research Online
Learn how Scotts Business Directories Online, article databases, and other online sources can help you with market research for your small business.
Online registration is required for this workshop. Space is limited. (thebookpile)
Knitting & Crochet Circle
Join our Knitting & Crochet circle led by friendly neighborhood residents.
All ages and levels are welcome. Drop in. No registration required. (thebookpile)
Spooky Hallowe'en Fun! Wear your costume and join us for a howling good time. Missing this program would be a GRAVE mistake! Bring your
mummies and deadies! For boys and ghouls ages 3+
Register in person or by calling 416-395-5440. Registration begins October 3. Space is limited. 3rd Floor, Room B. (thebookpile)
Adult English classes, co-sponsored with West Neighbourhood House. Every Tuesdays 6-8 pm. To register please call 416-532-4828 Ext. 124 (thebookpile)
Artists in the Library: Poetry with Annie Wong - #2 Tuesday Evenings
Join artist Annie Wong for experimental and hands-on poetry workshops. Learn, collaborate and have fun with different forms of expression. Call 416-395-5710 to register.
Oct. 18: A Poetry Parsing Party for the Poetically Illiterate
A reading party where we will pose candid questions about historically famous and enigmatic poems and collectively come up with answers.
Oct 25: Make Some Noise - Introduction to Sound Poetry
We will learn the seldom-understood and obscure genre of sound poetry, a type of literary performance that focuses on the sound of language, taking our cues from sound poet Kurt Schwitters.
Nov. 1: That's So Absurd - Surrealist and Dadaist Writing Games
We will explore the writing games of Surrealism and Dadaism, 20th century avant-garde movements in art and literature dedicated to the creative potential of the unconscious mind and hidden meaning in the absurd.
Nov 8: Haikus are Easy / 5-7-5 / Count all the Syllables
In this whimsical writing workshop, participants will reimagine the art of the Haiku, a Japanese poem reflecting on nature, and other age traditional poetic forms such as the sonnet, Cinquain, and the limerick.
Nov. 15: Lost in Translation / Found in Poetry
Bring your mom, dad, son or daughter to this intergenerational poetry workshop where we will play round after round of lost in translation games and grapple with imperfect bilingualism; miscommunication is the source of our poetry.
English Conversation Circle
Newcomers are welcome to practice their English language skills through conversation and writen exercises. Please register with Tom at #647-296-0147. This program is in partnership with Thorncliffe Neighbourhood Office (thebookpile)
Arduino for Total Beginners (Tues. Oct. 25, 2016)
Learn how to use an Arduino micro-controller. This program is for those who know nothing about Arduino, micro-controllers and electronics. A laptop and Arduino kit are provided for use during this workshop in Study Room 3, 1st floor Teen Zone.
Registration is required. Tickets will be available starting on Oct. 11, 2016 at 9:00 AM. You may order free tickets by clicking on the link below. **Please note your spot will only be held until the start of the class. (thebookpile)… (more)
English Conversation Circle
This English conversation group is friendly, supportive and stimulating! What better way to improve your English speaking skills? Tuesdays from 6-8p.m. Presented in partnership with North York Community House. For more information or to register, please call, 647-296-7137. (thebookpile)
Storytelling, Memoirs, Journaling, Poetry
Tell your story! Call on your senses and emotions to express yourself in poetry and prose. Use creative writing to write a memoir (autobiography). Free 8 week session.
Tuesday evenings 6 - 8 p.m.
To register, call 416-394-1016 (thebookpile)
Intro to Scribus
Scribus is a free desktop publishing program that lets you create all kinds of documents, from brochures to business cards. Included in the software are pre-made templates for projects, and tools to design a finished project from scratch.https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/intro-to-scribus-tickets-26905132977
Registration is required and will begin on October 11th at 9:00am. You can order free tickets by clicking on the link below.
**Please note your spot will only be held until the start of the class. (thebookpile)… (more)
Knitter's Night Out
Come and enjoy an evening of knitting and crocheting. Plan group projects that will benefit the community. Refreshments provided. (thebookpile)
Michael Enright on U. S. Elections and Politics .
An election campaign like no other in modern American political history. Both candidates are unpopular, in fact the most unpopular according to pre-election polls, ever to run. The US is angry, polarized, divided as never before. It is doubtful the election result will heal the wounds. The Republican Party has been changed forever.
Ticketed event. Tickets available on Oct 24 in person or call 416 393 7657. (thebookpile)… (more)
Writer in Residence Kim Echlin Workshop: Writing Through Reading
In this workshop conducted by Writer in Residence Kim Echlin, participants will discover how writers do what they do. Each participant will be given "A Small Handbook for Fiction Writers" and learn the use of sound, rhythm, metaphor and other writing techniques. Participants will have the opportunity to try these techniques in their own fiction. Beginner or advanced, this workshop will provide writers with a toolbox of new techniques and fresh ideas about the pleasures of reading.
Please call 416-395-5639 to register for this free program. (thebookpile)… (more)
Preschool STEM Storytime
Join us for a special STEM storytime series to introduce preschoolers to Science, Technology, Engineering and Math with activities, stories and play. For children ages 3-5 and their caregivers. Registration required. Please call the Riverdale Branch at 416-393-7720 to register. (thebookpile)
Retiring on a Low Income: Plain Language Advice
You need to know how to get the most from income security programs such as Old Age Security, Guaranteed Income Supplement, Canada Pension Plan and Ontario Disability Support. Many financial advisors are unfamiliar with these programs and how they may interact with each other and financial products such as RRSPs and Tax Free Savings Accounts. Learn to navigate the system in this plain language information session presented by John Stapleton. Light refreshments and resource material provided. (thebookpile)… (more)
Adult Fanfiction Writers' Coalition
If you read, write, or are just plain enthusiastic about fanfiction, this is the group for you. Join us each month to discuss each other's work as well as all things fandom, including periodic movie nights. All adults 18+ welcome. This is a LGBTQIA2S+ safe space. Call 416-393-7746 or visit the branch to register. Drop-ins welcome. (thebookpile)
The StreetKnit Project
Please join us on the last Tuesday of each month at the Annette Street Library from 7-8:15pm to put your knitting needles together and help keep someone without a home warm this year.
Patterns, wool and some needles are available or if you have something in your personal stash to donate to the cause, all donations are welcome.
For more info see www.streetknit.ca or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org (thebookpile)… (more)
Author Talk: Rose Grieco
Meet Rose Grieco, author of District: Growing up in Little Italy. Her memoir is an intimate and finely detailed portrait of her beloved neighbourhood and the family, friends and neighbours she grew up with. (thebookpile)
Club de lecture
This is a book club for people who are fluent in French.
Aimez-vous lire en français? Si vous voullez participer à des discussions stimulantes contactez Céline au 416 395-5762 ou écrire à email@example.com (thebookpile)
North York Central Library Book Club
For a stimulating book discussion, join a librarian to discuss and share your views with others on contemporary books. The North Central Library Book Club meets once a month on Tuesdays. To register, call 416-395-5672.
Jun 28: Funny Girl
Sep 27: Museum of Extraordinary Things
Professor Sardie, a fanatic with a secret past and a Dr. Frankenstein aura, runs the Museum of Extraordinary Things on Coney Island in 1911, showcasing living wonders, including his motherless daughter, web-fingered Coralie, who performs in a tank as the Mermaid.
Oct 25: We Were Liars
Spending the summers on her family's private island off the coast of Massachusetts, teenaged Cadence struggles to remember what happened during her fifteenth summer.
Nov 29: All the Light We Cannot See
A blind French girl's and a German boy's paths collide in occupied France as both try to survive the devastation of World War II. (thebookpile)… (more)
Tuesday Night Book Club
Join us for a lively discussion on the last Tuesday evening of every month. Books are available at the branch. No registration required! All are welcome! June 28: Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End by Atul Gawande, July 26: Strange Affair by Peter Robinson, Aug.3o: His Whole Life by Elizabeth Hay, Sept.27: The Buried Giant by Kazuo Ishiguro, Oct.25: Girl Waits with Gun by Amy Stewart, Nov. 29: The Cartographer of No Man's Land by P.S. Duffy, Dec. 13: Book Club Member Picks of the Year! (thebookpile)… (more)
Long Branch Book Club
Drop in for a lively discussion of popular books. A list of titles and copies of monthly selections are available at the branch. (thebookpile)
Everyone takes a part and reads along. No registration required. (thebookpile)
Free one-on-one instruction in basic reading, writing and math for English-speaking adults. Adult volunteer tutors meet with learners in the library for two hours weekly. Registration required. (thebookpile)
Greater Toronto Area, Ontario, Canada
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