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14 Sep
Recommended Reads for Adults

12:15 AM | Online

Recommendations from staff and the community. Find your next great read!

Submit a book review!

This event will be available as pre-recorded videos. On each sccheduled date, check out the Home Based Activities page for this video and 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.

21 Sep

Join Chris as she crafts pumpkins out of paper!

This event will be available as a pre-recorded follow-along video. On September 21, 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.

Learn how to access the world’s leading online learning platform for free with your Library card.
This online event will cover the basics of Lynda.com, including setting up an account and find tutorials that meet your personal and professional goals. Registration is required. Before the event, you will receive an email with instructions on how to join the Zoom event.

In partnership with Contact North.

Join a virtual book club co-hosted by the Brantford Public Library and Eagle Place Community Association.

We will have a new title for July, August and September that is available on demand with no wait-lists through our OverDrive/Libby eBook and Audiobook service.

Read or listen to them and then join us online at the end of each month to discuss the titles.

These digital meet ups are open to anyone living in Brantford.

Dates:

Thurs. July 30 at 7 p.m. - Discussion on Michael Redhill's book Bellevue Square
Thurs. August 27 at 7 p.m. - Discussion on Casey Cep's book Furious Hours
Thurs. September 24 at 7 p.m. - Discussion on Michael Finkel's The Stranger in the Woods

Click the register button to sign up. Once you do, you will receive updates on the book club, information about the books and invites to the digital book club meet ups.

For more information on how to get the eBooks and Audiobooks, visit the Book Club page on our website.

Complete this online membership application if you need to become a library member.

 

Join film maker Jeff Sterne for a 3-part online series on how to make a documentary!

Follow this series of informal videos created by documentary film maker Jeff Sterne to learn about the three stages of filmmaking: Development, Production, and Postproduction. Participants are invited to create your own mini documentary and submit it to the library to be featured!

Use what you’ve learned and create your own film and it could be featured with the library for other customers to view. The deadline to submit your documentary is November 26th, 2020. You can submit by uploading your film to a video sharing website of your choosing (YouTube, Vimeo, Daily Motion, etc) and sending the link to Documentary Submissions. Alternatively, you can make arrangements to drop off your film on DVD or USB by emailing us here.

 
Jeff Sterne Headshot Jeff Sterne is both a Filmmaker and a Production Manager with over 15 years of experience working in Ontario’s Film and Television community.  He has managed documentaries and dramatic productions for numerous Canadian independent production companies, Arts Councils, APTN and the National Film Board of Canada.  He has also written and directed documentary projects for TVO, The Ontario Arts Council and The Toronto Arts Council.
 

This event will be available as pre-recorded follow-along videos. On September 28, October 5, and October 12 check out the Home Based Activities page for a link to these videos 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.

28 Sep
Recommended Reads for Adults

12:15 AM | Online

Recommendations from staff and the community. Find your next great read!

Submit a book review!

This event will be available as pre-recorded videos. On each sccheduled date, check out the Home Based Activities page for this video and 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.