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21 Apr

Amanda Martin from the Credit Counselling Society will inform participants about ways to avoid the most common scams and fraud in Canada today.  She will also explain the process of what to do if you become a victim of identity theft.

This workshop will take place on Zoom. After registering, you will receive an email the day before the workshop with information to access the workshop.

26 Apr
STEAM Challenge

12:15 AM | Online

STEAM Challenge is a weekly activity that challenges you to use your problem solving and creative thinking to complete a project.
Each week we'll share a new activity on our YouTube channel that explores Science, Technology, Art, Engineering or Math. The next STEAM Challenge is always a surprise and you never know what it could be...a LEGO build, a Scratch coding project or even a DIY project!

Check out the Home Based Activities page for weekly updates, or the STEAM Challenge YouTube playlist.

 

Additional Resources:

Cup Coding Challenge PDF

Binary Codes

26 Apr

Join Chris and learn how to make a Puff Ball Bunny!

This event will be available as a pre-recorded follow-along video. Check out the Home Based Activities page for this actvity and other activities.

New activities will be available on Mondays.

If you have a suggestion for a virtual program, or would like to provide feedback, please fill out our survey.

26 Apr
Virtual Storytime

12:15 AM | Online

Join the Brantford Public Library for a virtual storytime! These fun videos offer an interactive storytime experience for preschoolers and their caregivers and include early literacy learning tips too!

Check out the Home Based Activities page for weekly updates, or the Storytime YouTube playlist.

26 Apr
Live Virtual Storytime

10:30 AM | Online

Join the Brantford Public Library on Facebook for a live stream of storytime. We offer an interactive storytime experience for preschoolers and their caregivers and include early literacy learning tips too!

It’s an online book club with a twist! We're reading books that inspire reflection and pair well with wine.

Each month, join Carrie Sinkowski (Community Legal Clinic - Brant, Haldimand, Norfolk) and special guests for an enjoyable evening of exploring themes of social justice and connecting literature to local community.

Upcoming featured titles:

  • February 23 – Little Fires Everywhere, by Celeste Ng
  • March 23 – The Glass Hotel, by Emily St. John Mandel
  • April 27 – Born a Crime, by Trevor Noah

For added dimension, Burning Kiln Winery and Instagram sommelier Somm on a Dime will confer to recommend a wine pairing for each book. Interested participants have the option of ordering directly from Burning Kiln, with free shipping and a discount available when purchasing a three-month package. And all attendees have the chance to win an overnight stay at the historic Burning Kiln Farmhouse in St. Williams, Ontario!

About participation:

  • One-time registration is required for access to and updates about our monthly meetings on Zoom. There is no cost to participate. Just come prepared with a curious mind, insights to share, and respect for difficult topics and different life experiences!
  • The library can offer a limited number of book club copies to borrow in the weeks leading up to each meeting, in addition to regularly circulating books, ebooks, and audiobooks. Register early to request information about this service.
  • Participation in the wine program is optional and self-directed. You will be contacted after registration with details and recommendations.

About Carrie

Carrie Sinkowski has been the Community Developer at the CLC-Brant Haldimand Norfolk since 2016, and prior to this position, she was the Community Developer for the Sexual Assault  Centre of Brant since her graduation  from her Masters in Labour Studies in 2002. From time to time, Carrie  teaches community development courses at the post secondary level, and credits her small town living for providing her with opportunities to develop her community capacity building skills. Image of event moderator

Join us for live online discussions with some of our country's hottest authors!

The April 29th event features author Karen McBride. Registration is required. Click the register button to sign up. Once you do, you will receive updates and information on how to attend through Zoom closer to the date of the event.

Karen is Algonquin Anishnaabe from the Timiskaming First Nation in the territory that is now Quebec. Growing up on the Rez meant the bush was her backyard and that backyard became all manner of places: Middle-earth, Hyrule, a world populated by zombies, and all things in between. She loves to write stories about truth and healing, but mostly about magic and myth. She hopes to continue to explore the themes and lessons taught to her through the oral tradition of her elders and ancestors. Her debut novel, Crow Winter, was shortlisted for the Ottawa Book Awards, the PMC Indigenous Literature Award, and the Sunburst Award for Canadian Literature of the Fantastic. She currently lives in Ottawa with her sister and their handsome little dog, Oscar