Location: Scarborough, Ontario
There are 11 "Little Libraries" within 25 miles.
150 Borough Drive, Toronto, ON Canada
300 Borough Drive, Unit 82, Scarborough, Ontario M1P 4P5 Canada
Kennedy Commons, 20 William Kitchen Road, Scarborough, Ontario M1P 5B7 Canada
45 Milner Ave, Toronto, ON M1S 3P6 Canada
659 McCowan Rd, Toronto, ON Canada
34 Dundalk Dr, Scarborough, BC M1P 4W3 Canada
659 McCowan Rd, Scarborough, Ontario M1J 1K2 Canada
941 Progress Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M1G 3T8 Canada
1515 Danforth Rd., Toronto, Ontario M1J 1H5 Canada
1081 Progress Ave., Toronto, Ontario M1B 5Z6 Canada
3850 Sheppard Aveune East, Toronto, Ontario M1T 3L4 Canada
3850 Sheppard Aveune East, Toronto, Ontario M1T 3L4 Canada
155 Bonis Ave., Toronto, Ontario M1T 3W6 Canada
545 Markham Rd., Toronto, Ontario M1H 2A1 Canada
2219 Lawrence Ave. East, Toronto, ON M1P 2P5 Canada
3290 Midland Ave, Toronto, ON M1V 3Z9 Canada
2380 Eglinton Ave. East (Liberty Square Shopping Plaza), Toronto, Ontario M1K 2P3 Canada
85 Ellesmere Rd. (Parkway Mall), Toronto, ON M1R 4B9 Canada
30 Sewells Rd., Toronto, ON M1B 3G5 Canada
45 Hallcrown Place, Toronto, Ontario M2J 4Y4 Canada
3833 Midland, Toronto, Ontario M1V 5L6 Canada
755 Morningside Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M1C 5J9 Canada
123 Guildwood Parkway (Guildwood Plaza), Toronto, Ontario M1E 4V2 Canada
75 Ashtonbee Road, Toronto, Ontario M1L 4N4 Canada
210 Brookbanks Dr., Toronto, Ontario M3A 2T8 Canada
The State of Homelessness in Canada
Speaker: Stephen Gaetz, Professor & Director of the Canadian Observatory on Homelessness/Homeless Hub (thebookpile)
Kensington Market Stories
Come and learn about the unique stories and histories of Kensington Market at the Lillian H. Smith Library on April 19th, 2015!
The Kensington Market Historical Society and a team of Masters students from the University of Toronto's School of Museum Studies present General Eclectic: Oral Histories of Kensington Market, an online exhibition of the stories from current and former residents of the beloved Toronto neighbourhood. To celebrate the launch, the KMHS and U of T Museum Studies Exhibition team will host a Human Library event, co-sponsored by the Toronto Public Library. The Human Library event allows you to "borrow" a member of the Kensington Market community for a brief conversation about their experiences and memories. Light refreshments will be served.
Visit kmhs.ca for further information and updates.
Image credit: City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 124 f0124_f10007_id0008. (thebookpile)… (more)
English Conversation Circle
Practise your conversation skills and learn about the library.
Presented by WoodGreen Immigrant Services.
To register please phone Teresa Tao (416)645-6000 ext.2344 or email email@example.com (thebookpile)
Toronto Writers' Co-operative
The Toronto Writers' Co-op offers weekly workshops, guest authors, member readings, open mic and publications--your opportunity to polish, publish and perform your work. (thebookpile)
English as a Second Language (ESL) - All Levels
Fairview Library (Room 1, Room 3, Room 4)
Classes are offered from basic to advanced levels to help you with English conversation, grammar, and writing. You will learn about Canadian culture. You must be 18 years or older or have a high school diploma.
Must first be assessed at a YMCA language referral centre. Please call 416-925-5462.
For more information, please call the Toronto District School Board at 416 338 4300 or visit ESLTORONTO.CA
Favourite stories, finger plays, songs and verse for children with parents and caregivers. For ages 3-5 years. Registration begins Monday March 2, 2015. Call 416-396-3820 for more information. (thebookpile)
Junction Family Resource Centre @ Annette Street Library
Parents and caregivers can bring their children to the Junction Family Resource Centre program here at Annette Street Library for:
*Fun and educational activities for the children
*A chance to get to know other parents and caregivers
*Information on parenting/child development
*Healthy and nutritional snacks
This is a FREE DROP-IN program which takes place 3 days a week:
For more info, please call 416-783-7298 ext 227 or call the branch at 416-393-7692. (thebookpile)… (more)
Three Little Pigs at the Library
Join us for our version of the Three Little Pigs. Instead of building homes, these clever Little Pigs build libraries. Will they be successful in making their mother's wishes come true, or will they be blown down by the big bad wolf? Join us for this new and unpredicatable ending!
Tickets will be distributed at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday April 18th.
The show on Monday April 20th is reserved for classes and daycare groups. Please call 416-393-7783 to reserve your spot.
Program takes place on the 2nd Floor Community Program Room. (thebookpile)… (more)
Let's Get Started
A free program for parents / caregivers and their children (1-6 years of age) who need additional developmental support. Get support and information from a variety of professionals. Learn ways to support your child's development, and more. Register @ 416-394-2424 x 225. (thebookpile)
Physiotherapist Paul Godlewski discusses dizziness, vertigo and falls, their causes and solutions. Call 416-394-5270 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register. (thebookpile)
Settlement Services for Newcomers
Settlement workers provide in person, one-on-one assistance to newcomer families with settlement-related issues. This is a co-sponsored program with Catholic Cross Cultural Services. (thebookpile)
Adult English Classes: ESL CLB 1
English as a Second Language classes help you improve your English language skills and learn about Canadian culture. Programs are co-sponsored by the Toronto Catholic District School Board. Registration required. Mon., Wed. & Fri.at 11:30 a.m. (thebookpile)
Ready for Reading: Baby Time
Caregivers and their babies will enjoy tickling songs, bouncy rhymes and stories. After the storytime stay for "Living and Learning with Baby" in partnership with the Toronto Public Health. Please register. For babies birth to 12 months. (thebookpile)
Learn to crochet. To register call 416-394-1008. (thebookpile)
English Conversation Circles
Improve your English listening and speaking.
Join us to practise building your English conversation skills. This is a co-sponsored program with Catholic Cross Cultural Services (thebookpile)
Internet Safety for Seniors
Learn the basics of keeping your information safe when online. Topics covered include creating strong passwords, using email safely, how to identify and avoid online scams, shopping online securely and more. To reserve a spot, pick up tickets starting at 1:00 p.m. Phone 416-395-5674 for information. (thebookpile)
Memoir Writing Group
Join our memoir writing group, share your experiences and develop your writing style. Meetings are Monday afternoons year round excepting holidays. (thebookpile)
Favourite stories, finger plays, songs and rhymes for children with parents and caregivers. For 3-5 years. Drop in. (thebookpile)
After School Club
Hang out at the S. Walter Stewart Library after school. Bring your friends or make some new ones. We have video games, board games, Lego, Bean Bag Toss, and lots of awesome contests every week. For children ages 6-12. No registration is required. Drop in to our auditorium and check it out! (thebookpile)
Homework Help for Teens
Co-sponsored with Youthlink North West Scarborough Youth Centre.
No registration required.
Program may resume on Tuesday if Monday is a public holiday; please inquire at branch for details. (thebookpile)
Canada: My New Home
This Library Settlement program run by the YMCA Newcomer Information Center invites all newcomers to share in the discovery of their new country and culture. Come and participate in discussions about Canada. PLease note this program runs from 4-6pm on Wednesdays. (thebookpile)
Homework Help for Teens
Free one-to-one tutoring to students from Grades 7 to 12. Whether it is an Algebra equation, a Chemistry assignment or an essay about Shakespeare, volunteer tutors are ready to help.
Students can drop-in as often as they want to get help from tutors. They can also use the program room as a quiet study space.
No Registration Required (thebookpile)
Pan Am Poetry Slam
Come and join this poetry slam weekly program that will be running on Mondays at 4:30 at the library. The series will run from October 2014 to August 2015. You can collect community hours while showcasing your artistic poetic talent, and developing your leadership skills. Come out and work with some of the finest young poets the city has to offer, and showcase your talent. (thebookpile)
Crafts for Kids
Get in touch with your creative side! Make something to take home using paper, scissors, colours and your imagination! All ages welcome. Parents must be present for children 6 years and younger. Drop-in only. (thebookpile)
A great place to share your interest in yarn. Whether you're a beginner or a pro, drop in and spend some time with fellow crafters. It's also a great way to practice your English conversation skills. Please bring your own yarn and needles. If you don't know what those are, stop by and find out! (thebookpile)
Location: Scarborough, Ontario (edit)
Search radius: 25 miles
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