Location: Toronto, Ontario CANADA
There are 14 "Little Libraries" within 25 miles.
100 Queen St. West (Nathan Phillips Square), Toronto, Ontario M5H 2N3 Canada
55 Centre Avenue, Toronto, ON M5G 2H5 Canada
130 Queen Street West, Toronto, Ontario Canada
220 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario M5B 2H1 Canada
425 University Ave, Suite 401, Toronto, ON M5G 1T6 Canada
426 University Avenue, Toronto, ON M5G 1S9 Canada
366 Bay Street, Toronto, ON M5H 4B2 Canada
10 Edward Street, Toronto, Ontario M5G1C9 Canada
505 University Avenue, Toronto, ON M5G 2P2 Canada
908-100 Adelaide Street West, Toronto, Ontario M5H1S3 Canada
329 Yonge St., Toronto, Ontario M5B 1R7 Canada
555 University Avenue, Toronto, ON M5G 1X8 Canada
354 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON M5B 1S5 Canada
17 Gould St., Toronto, ON M5B 2L1 Canada
Various locations, Toronto, Canada
1 First Canadian Place (Unit SM18), Toronto, ON M5X 1B5 Canada
350 Victoria Street, Toronto, ON M5B 2K3 Canada
600 University Ave. Main Lobby, Toronto, Ontario M5G 1X5 Canada
244 Queen St. W, Toronto, Ontario Canada
317 Dundas Street West, Toronto, ON M5T 1G4 Canada
50 Stephanie Street, Toronto, ON M5T 1B3 Canada
199 Bay Street, P.O. Box 159, Toronto, Ontario M5L 1E7 Canada
200 Elizabeth St., Toronto, ON M5G 2C4 Canada
25 Toronto Street, Toronto, ON M5C 2R1 Canada
100 University Ave, Toronto, ON M5J 1V6 Canada
Creative Play is an interactive drop-in program for children 0-6 years with their parents or caregivers. This priogram includes arts and crafts, stories, and circle time. This program is co-sponsored with the Agincourt Community Services Association. For more information please call 416-299-9872. (thebookpile)
Adult English classes, CLB levels 1-2, co-sponsored with Toronto Catholic District School Board. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Please see instructor during class hours to register. (thebookpile)
Nature in the City
Toronto's varied habitats play host to an astounding diversity of wild plants and animals. Local environmentalist and naturalist Richard Aaron reveals some of Toronto's best places to see intriguing species. (thebookpile)
LSP: TOEFL & IELTS Test Preparation Classes
Ongoing free tests preparation sessions by a trained experienced tutor. Topics to be covered include:
-- How do you prepare for the test?
-- How often can you take the TOEFL/IELTS test?
-- How do you master the test?
For more information please contact Library Settlement Worker: Shahida at 647-296-6524.
In partnership with Citizenship and Immigration Canada, Thorncliffe Neighbourhood Office & Toronto Public Library. (thebookpile)… (more)
Email made Easy
Learn to use web-based email services, set up a free email account and send your first message. Basic keyboarding and mouse skills required.
Space is limited so please register in person or call 416-396-3975. (thebookpile)
Thursday Afternoon Book Club
Come and participate in stimilating conversation. At every meeting club members discuss a different book. New members are always welcome. (thebookpile)
Canada: My New Home-Steps to English Fluency
This Library Settlement program run by the YMCA Newcomer Information Center invites all newcomers to share, in the form of discussions, different topics about Canadian life, culture and traditions. Come and join our conversation sessions. In partnership with Citizenship and Immigration Canada, YMCA-Newcomer Information Center and the Toronto Public Library. (thebookpile)
"Discover Canada" Citizenship Education Mentoring Circle
Free 10 week program at Burrows Hall Library in partnership with CultureLink. For landed immigrants and convention refugees,19yrs and older with LINC level 4 and up. Small group settings with experienced and trained mentors. Informal discussion on material from "Discover Canada" Booklet. Opportunity to improve Spoken English. Certificate of participation. Space limited. To register, phone or email Rubeen Chauhan 416-588-6288 X231 or email@example.com (thebookpile)… (more)
English Conversation Circle
For newcomers who want to practice English and improve communication. Local volunteers sit together with newcomers for a 90 minute discussion on themes such as workplace culture, job searching and current events. You must be least 18 years of age and have landed immigrant or refugee status to join. Monday and Thursday 6-7:30 pm.
Excludes holiday Mondays. (thebookpile)
Toronto Take Three: Film Screening of "The F Word"
This screening of Michael Dowse?s The F Word (2013) will be introduced by a mystery guest. A romantic comedy set in Toronto, and featuring a whimsical Genie Award-winning screenplay by Elan Mastai, the film centers around the growing chemistry between med school dropout Wallace (Daniel Radcliffe) and animator Chantry (Zoe Kazan). It is heralded by the TIFF as one of Canada?s Top Ten Films for 2014. Part one of series: Toronto Take Three. Please call (416) 395-5639 to register for this free program. (thebookpile)… (more)
HTML & CSS for Beginners: Part 1 & 2
In this two part course, learn the basics of how websites are created and the underlying code of the Internet. Using just a text editor you'll learn how to create a simple webpage with content, hyperlinks, images, div's and more.
Registration is for both Part 1 and Part 2 which will be held on Tuesday, September 1st (Part 1) and Thursday, September 3rd (Part 2). Both classes will be held 6:00pm-7:30pm on both days.
** Registration is required. Registration starts August 18th @ 9:00am (thebookpile)… (more)
Call of Gamers: Teen Video Game Nights
Join Malvern's Youth Advisory Group for a night of fun and video games including games for Wii, PS3 and XBox 360. No registration required, just drop in and get your game on! (thebookpile)
A collection of beguiling new stories by Giller Prize finalist O'Neill that evokes sorrow, laughter and heartbreak. (thebookpile)
Toronto City Hall 50th Anniversary Lecture Series
This September, come to the Council Chamber of the building itself for this three-part lecture series by noted experts on modern architecture.
IMPACT AND LEGACY : TORONTO'S 1958 COMPETITION FOR A NEW CITY HALL
George Kapelos is an architect, planner and professor at Ryerson University in Toronto. He was chair of Ryerson?s Department of Architectural Science, president of the Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada and Chair of the Toronto Society of Architects. He has curated a number of architectural exhibitions, and written on landscape, architectural modernity and construction, and will speak on the City Hall international competition that drew over 500 entries in 1958.
Thursday September 3, 2015 at 7pm
CIVIC SYMBOL : MUNICIPAL POLITICIANS BUILD A CITY HALL
Christopher Armstrong is Emeritus Professor History at York University. Having long taught courses on the urban history of Toronto, he has published a book on municipal politics in the 1890s and most recently a study of the spread of Modernist architecture: Making Toronto Modern. He will speak on the background and history of the construction of Viljo Revell's winning design for the Toronto City Hall.
Thursday September 10, 2015 at 7pm
INNOVATIVE URBAN DESIGN ASPECTS OF REVELL'S DESIGN FOR TORONTO CITY HALL
George Baird, former Dean, Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design at University of Toronto, and noted architect and partner, Baird Sampson Neuert Architects, talks about urban design aspects of Revell?s winning design. He has been active in architecture, urban design and heritage preservation in Toronto, across Canada, and abroad. He is the winner of numerous architectural and heritage awards, and author of many books and studies.
Thursday September 24, 2015 at 7pm
Presented by Toronto Public Library and the City of Toronto with promotional partner Heritage Toronto
100 Queen St. West
7pm - 9pm (thebookpile)… (more)
Thursday Evening Book Club
Come and participate in stimulating conversation. At every meeting, club members discuss a different book. New members are always welcome. (thebookpile)
Creative Play is an interactive drop-in program for children 3-6 years with their parents or caregivers. This priogram includes arts and crafts, stories, and circle time. This program is co-sponsored with the Agincourt Community Services Association. For more information please call 416-299-9872. (thebookpile)
English for Mandarin Seniors
English for Mandarin speakers. To register please call Wen at 647-388-3762.
In partnership with Citizenship and Immigration Canada, Catholic Crosscultural Services & Toronto Public Library. (thebookpile)
Settlement Services for Newcomers
Settlement workers provide individual assistance for newcomers. In partnership with Catholic Cross-cultural Services. (thebookpile)
Summer Fun Family Storytime
Join us at Palmerston Library for our weekly summer storytime every Friday at 10.30am in July and August and the first week of September - kids 0-5 with their families and caregivers. Siblings are welcome. Stories, songs, rhymes, parachute games, bubbles, shakers and more.
Drop-in, no registration. (thebookpile)
Tea and Entertainment
Every Friday enjoy a wide variety of films followed by refreshments in the auditorium. For more information, call the Language, Literature and Fine Arts Department at 416-395-5639. (thebookpile)
Tea and Books
Discuss new books and old favourites with library staff over a cup of tea. For more information visit the branch in person or call 416-393-7663. (thebookpile)
Tea and Books
Discuss new books and old favourites with library staff. Light refreshments provided. Call the library for more information. (thebookpile)
Friday Night Knit/Crochet Club
Share your interest in knitting, crocheting and other wool crafts. Read and discuss knitting fiction. Learn how to crochet puppets and toys to accompany your children's favorite stories. Patterns and instruction provided. Bring your own materials. Group meets the first and third Friday of every month. (thebookpile)
Enjoy some bed-time stories, songs, rhymes and activities for children 5 and under with their parents or caregivers. Drop in. No registration required. (thebookpile)
Read from and discuss your works in progress. Prose, poetry, and essays welcome. Open to all ages, every Saturday 9:30-11:00am. No registration required. (thebookpile)
Location: Toronto, Ontario CANADA (edit)
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