My Library Card

Digital Content
eBooks, databases and more

Make a Donation

What's Happening?

View all library events
W

Read. Sing. Play

10:30 AM to 11:30 AM | Children and their family or caregivers will enjoy this 100% literacy based drop-in storytime combining stories, music and rhymes with activities. Just drop in!

B

Baby Time at Brodie

10:30 AM to 11:15 AM | Drop-in literacy based storytime for babies 0-24 months combining stories, songs, lap rhymes and play! Your baby will learn the sounds and rhythm of language and its value. Instill an early love of reading and encourage socialization in your baby!  ***October 31 session will be a Halloween-themed event, costumes encouraged!***

C

Baby Time @CPark

10:30 AM to 11:15 AM | Drop-in literacy based storytime for babies 0-24 months combining stories, songs, lap rhymes and play! Your baby will learn the sounds and rhythm of language and its value. Instill an early love of reading and encourage socialization in your baby! Siblings always welcome.

M

Wit Knits

1:30 PM to 03:00 PM | Whether you're new to knitting or experienced, you are welcome to join Wit Knits, a group that gets together to knit (or crochet). Along with knitting, share stories and laughs with fellow group members. This program is offered in partnership with Recreation and Culture Division.

B

T-Shirt Bag Making

2:30 PM to 04:00 PM |

Learn to make a re-usable shopping/book bag out of a t-shirt.
Please bring a clean t-shirt you no longer wear. If you have sharp scissors, bring those as well.
Ages 15+

W

Readers Are Leaders - Waverley

5:30 PM to 06:30 PM | REGISTER AS A READER OR VOLUNTEER FOR THIS PROGRAM ONLINE, BY PHONE, OR IN PERSON AT ANY BRANCH.

Children in grades 1, 2 or 3 are matched with volunteer partners from the community for reading practice. The volunteer will read with your child one-on-one during a one-hour session weekly from Oct 10 - Dec 5 (no session Oct 31) to help build their confidence reading. 
By registering for this program, you are committing to bringing the registered child to each session so that the child may derive maximum benefit from the program, and that you will contact the library if they are unable to attend a session to avoid inconveniencing the child's volunteer reading partner. Participation in the program is subject to the availability of volunteer reading partners. Please note: Parents or caregivers and children MUST attend the first session on Oct 10 to meet the volunteer, program leaders and library staff.

M

Northern Nature Trading

6:00 PM to 08:00 PM | Northern Nature Trading is a special kind of swap shop! You can bring in the natural things you've found and trade them for things in our collection. You can trade things made by nature-like rocks, shells, fossils and pine cones.

W

Readers Are Leaders - Waverley

6:30 PM to 07:30 PM | REGISTER AS A READER OR VOLUNTEER FOR THIS PROGRAM ONLINE, BY PHONE, OR IN PERSON AT ANY BRANCH.

Children in grades 1, 2 or 3 are matched with volunteer partners from the community for reading practice. The volunteer will read with your child one-on-one during a one-hour session weekly from Oct 10 - Dec 5 (no session Oct 31) to help build their confidence reading. 
By registering for this program, you are committing to bringing the registered child to each session so that the child may derive maximum benefit from the program, and that you will contact the library if they are unable to attend a session to avoid inconveniencing the child's volunteer reading partner. Participation in the program is subject to the availability of volunteer reading partners. Please note: Parents or caregivers and children MUST attend the first session on Oct 10 to meet the volunteer, program leaders and library staff.

M

NOWW readings

7:00 PM to 09:00 PM |

Come out and listen to local authors read their work. Your support is invaluable.  Interested in reading? Please contact Don at admin@nowwwriters.ca

Open mic for short poetry at each reading.

Monthly themes:
September - Red: fire, passion, rage, danger, hot to trot, roses, hearts, communism
October - Orange: leaves, hunting, see and be seen, pumpkins, fruit
November - Grey/silver: overcast, down in the dumps, twilight, shadows on snow, nights drawing in, decorating for winter, jewelry
February (poetry) - White: snow, brides, innocence, milk, knight, chess, checkers, fish
March - 10x10 plays
April - Green: growth, money, slime, emeralds, grass, evergreen, algae