Location: toronto, canada
There are 14 "Little Libraries" within 25 miles.
100 Queen St. West (Nathan Phillips Square), Toronto, Ontario M5H 2N3 Canada
366 Bay Street, Toronto, ON M5H 4B2 Canada
220 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario M5B 2H1 Canada
130 Queen Street West, Toronto, Ontario Canada
908-100 Adelaide Street West, Toronto, Ontario M5H1S3 Canada
1 First Canadian Place (Unit SM18), Toronto, ON M5X 1B5 Canada
55 Centre Avenue, Toronto, ON M5G 2H5 Canada
10 Edward Street, Toronto, Ontario M5G1C9 Canada
25 Toronto Street, Toronto, ON M5C 2R1 Canada
329 Yonge St., Toronto, Ontario M5B 1R7 Canada
199 Bay Street, P.O. Box 159, Toronto, Ontario M5L 1E7 Canada
Various locations, Toronto, Canada
425 University Ave, Suite 401, Toronto, ON M5G 1T6 Canada
100 Lombard Street, Toronto, ON M5C 1M3 Canada
111 Queen Street East, Suite 502, Toronto, Ontario Canada
17 Gould St., Toronto, ON M5B 2L1 Canada
354 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON M5B 1S5 Canada
505 University Avenue, Toronto, ON M5G 2P2 Canada
200 Bay Street, Toronto, Ontario M5J 2J3 Canada
100 University Ave, Toronto, ON M5J 1V6 Canada
65 Church Street, Toronto, Ontario M5C 2E9 Canada
161 Bay Street, P.O. Box 116, Toronto, Ontario M5J 2S1 Canada
350 Victoria Street, Toronto, ON M5B 2K3 Canada
555 University Avenue, Toronto, ON M5G 1X8 Canada
St. James Park, Toronto, Ontario Canada
Stories, songs and rhymes for children age 19 months to 3 years with their parents or caregivers. Registration starts on Monday December 29, 2014. Call 416-396-8920 for more information. (thebookpile)
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)
Join us for stories, songs and rhymes for children 19 months to 3 years of age and their caregivers. (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)
A Toronto Woman's Story - Holocaust Survivor Documentary
A moving documentary about the artistry and struggle of Canadian figure skating coach and choreographer Ellen Burka. She recounts her life from pre-war Amsterdam, to Westerbork and Theresienstadt concentration camps, to Dutch national champion, to bohemian Toronto in the 1950's and finally world skating celebrity. The film shows how her enthusiasm and energy allowed her wildly creative side to survive and flourish despite the harsh realities around her.
With the participation of director Astra Burka and producer Michael Kainer.
Skate to Survive (48 min.)
Email Made Easy: MS Outlook (Hotmail) Part I + II
Learn to use web-based email services on MS Outlook (Hotmail). Basic keyboarding and mouse skills required. Registration is required. Please register in person or call 416-396-8950. (thebookpile)
Out of Sight, Out of Mind - NFB Documentary - Time Change for this Screening
Due to a programming conflict, the screening time has been changed from 6:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Out of Sight, Out of Mind is a 2013 National Film Board of Canada documentary.
What happens to people who suffer from mental illness and commit violent crimes? Where do they go? How are they treated?
Four patients-two men and two women-struggle to gain control over their lives so they can return to a society that often fears and demonizes them. Shrouded in stigma, institutions like this one are places into which patients disappear from public view for years.
Four-time Emmy winner John Kastner filmed inside the Brockville Mental Health Centre for 18 months, allowing 46 patients and 75 staff to share their experiences with stunning frankness.
Drop-In Doc. First Come, First Seated.
Play & Learn
In cooperation with Macaulay Child Development, this interactive 8-week program offers children and their caregivers a chance to play with toys, games, puzzles, art, songs and stories. It is a great way to gain valuable information on child development and how playing helps develop important early learning skills. (thebookpile)
Preschool Time (3 - 5 years)
Favourite stories, finger plays, songs, and rhymes for children with parents and caregivers. For 3-5 years. Drop in. (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)
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)
Newcomer Youth Book Club & Conversation Group
Read great books and practice your English skills. To join newcomer youth book club please phone LSP worker at 647-388-3762 or Agincourt Library at 416-396-8950
In partnership with Citizenship and Immigration Canada, Catholic Crosscultural Services & Toronto Public Library. (thebookpile)
Put your imagination to work and learn something new, or show off your engineering skills and build impressive structures. Every Monday our Afterschool Club will bring a different theme or challenge for you to face!
Lower level program room
Ages 7 - 12 (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)
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)
English Conversation Circle
Ongoing classes to practice your English with other newcomers on Monday evenings. Gain confidence in practicing your English speaking skills, expand your networking list and learn about Canadian way of life, culture and multiculturalism.
For more information, please call Faiza at 416 268 3981.
In partnership with Citizenship and Immigration Canada, Rexdale Women's Centre and Toronto Public Library. (thebookpile)… (more)
Toronto WordSmiths is a writing group for youth ages 16-29 to come together to share and learn from one another.
Poets, Artists, Dreamers, Writers, All are welcome.
No writing experience necessary
To register contact Anna, Jess or Ashley at: TOwordsmiths@gmail.com with a short description of yourself and why you want to join.
Tamil Networking and Support Group
Join us on Monday evenings and meet members of the community. Share your thoughts and experiences and get information from the Library Settlement Partnerships worker Dilani Kronemberg. To register contact Dilani at 647-296-7358.
In partnership with Citizenship & Immigration Canada, North York Community House and Torornto Public Library. (thebookpile)
Monday Night at the Movies
Join us for a great movie. Free admission and you can bring your own refreshments. Contact the branch for a list of movie titles. (thebookpile)
Peak Learning. History of Food with Professor Jeffrey Pilcher
The two most significant transformations in human history, the neolithic revolution and the industrial revolution, have started with changes in food production and diet: the shifts from foraging to farming and from peasant foods to an industrial diet. This short talk will survey these culinary turning points and ask what the past can tell us about contemporary trends in the global food system.
Ticketed event. 65 tickets will be given out starting Saturday Jan 24.
Alderwood Book Club
Join in an engaging discussion about a different book each month. For more information contact the Branch at 416-394-5310. (thebookpile)
Web Basics I
Explore the Internet using web addresses and search engines. Basic keyboarding and mouse skills required. Register at Information Desk or call 416-394-1000. (thebookpile)
Family Literacy Day: Story-time under the Stars
Come join us for a very special story-time under the stars for Family Literacy Day! Suitable for the whole family!
Main Floor Program Room. No registration required. PJs preferred! (thebookpile)
Location: toronto, canada (edit)
Search radius: 25 miles
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