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NEW! MONDAYS: LITERACY AID
We are dedicated to helping those in need of literacy aid, both on and offline, every Monday at 1pm. Registration appreciated.
TUESDAYS: IT'S COLD, I'M BROKE
The weather's cold, and it's time to make new friends! Adults of all ages are welcome to come hang out from 12-1pm every Tuesday because, well, It's Cold, I'm Broke! There will be coffee, board games, and lots of socializing!
ALTERNATING THURSDAYS: BELLYDANCING
Want to try bellydancing? Join us as Ms Dawn shares her expertise on alternating Thursday nights, starting January 12 at 6pm. You don't need to expose your belly, but please wear comfy clothes and bring a scarf and a water bottle! Registration required, so please email us
or call to sign up! (It's free!)
ALTERNATING THURSDAYS: (CHRONICLES OF) YARNIA
A yarn club for crochet and knitting enthusiasts of all levels! Alternating Thursdays, starting January 19 at 6pm!
JANUARY 25 & FEBRUARY 1, 2017: "RED LIGHT/GREEN LIGHT" TODDLER BODY AUTONOMY WORKSHOP
BUPL, Toybus, and the Women's Sexual Assault Centre of Renfrew County are joining together to offer a 2-part workshop on healthy toddler autonomy! "Red Light VS Green Light" will run from 2-3pm on Wednesday, January 25th and Wednesday, February 1. It's free, and childcare is available, but please register. emailing,
or calling, or Facebooking
us to sign up!
BLIND DATE WITH A BOOK: ALL OF FEBRUARY
Will you fall in love, or end it on a sour note? Take your chances with a book that you must check out before unwrapping to reveal it's identity. All month long! The best part? You can return it. No hard feelings.
WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 22: TEEN NIGHT: SEX IN MEDIA
Wednesday February 22nd at 5:00 pm we delve into the world of Sex in Media with our Teens. Renfrew County Women's Sexual Assault Centre's very own Jancy is here to show us the way. Tips, info and county resources to help keep our teenagers safe! Open to all teenagers in the community.
FEBRUARY 13-18TH: FIRST NATIONS PUBLIC LIBRARY WEEK
To celebrate First Nations Public Library, we will be hosting a drum circle and beading hour on Wed Feb 6pm. Open to all! Colour sheets and discussion available all week. Free of charge, of course.
FEBRUARY 26- MARCH 4TH: FREEDOM TO READ WEEK
Did you know even BUPL has challenged books? Come in all week long to see our display, our challenged books and "get caught reading"!
SEND US YOUR REVIEWS!
Loved it? Hated it? Email
us your reviews of the books you've read and we'll put them on the website so everyone else can benefit from your experience!