Tuesday, November 13 @ 6:30pm
Create your very own cat castles using cardboard boxes and other materials to make a special and cute hide-out for your kitty. Chat with other animal lovers too. Register beginning September 4 at www.tbpl.ca/onlinecalendar.
Crafts with Candice
Saturdays @ 1pm
Come in and learn to make a cool craft and have fun at the same time! Register two weeks before each program date. Visit www.tbpl.ca/onlinecalendar and click on the program date (all ages).
- Make a Yarn Bird
October 13 - Brodie Story Hour Room
- Make a Wildflower Pendant
November 17 - Mary JJ.L. Black Community Program Room
- Make a Paper Wreath
December 15 -Waverley Auditorium
The Maker's Path
Registration is required for each session as spaces are limited. To reserve your spot, call 684-6813 or visit us at www.tbpl.ca/onlinecalendar.
- Beading for Beginners with Cheyenne
County Park Study Room @ 1pm - 3pm
October 5 & 12
Learn how to bead simple patterns using seed beads. No previous experience needed.
- Beading Circle
Brodie Story Hour Room @ 1:30pm - 3:30pm
Thursday, November 8 & Friday, November 9
Finish an old project or begin a new one in the company of others who enjoy beading.
- Introduction to Woodland Style Art with Betty
Waverley Auditorium @ 2:30pm - 5:30pm
Tuesday, November 13 & Wednesday, November 14
Explore the work of Norval Morriseau, Roy Thomas, and Kevin Belmore. Produce your own woodlands style acrylic painting with a better understanding of the style. You will learn how to interpret lines, the symbols and storytelling used by these artists to tell a story of your own.
The Maker's Path is an Indigenous arts and crafts program intended to provide beginner-crafters the basics of beading and sewing. No previous experience needed.
Photography Series with Laura Paxton
Mary J.L. Black Community Program Room
Thursdays @ 7pm
- Painting with Light for Tweens and Teens
Join us for a fun and exciting night as you learn the photographic technique of light painting. Bring your camera if you have one. Pizza and juice will be served!
- Basic Photography Skills and Secrets
Come in and learn the secrets to great photography. Learn how to use a DSLR camera and have more control over your pictures. Bring your camera if you have one. (All ages).
County Park Library
Wednesday, September 19 @ 6:30pm
Save some money and help us recycle by making your own fall decorations out of recycled books. Pre-register for this program beginning September 5 at www.tbpl.ca/onlinecalendar.
Skill Building Crafter-noons
Saturdays @ 2:30pm
September 15 - Casting on, 101 and beyond.
October 13 - Casting On, 101 and beyond.
December 1 - Reading a pattern, 101 and beyond.
If you want to come and knit, crochet, felt, do needle-craft, papercraft, scrapbooking, or another craft please feel free to join us. Contact Ruth at 624-4206 or email tbpl%23ca|rhamlin-douglas for more information.
Brodie Fireside Reading Room
Thursday, October 11 @ 2:30pm
Friday, November 9 @ 2:30pm
Learn how a few simple strokes and patterns can create beautiful pieces of art. Tangle Art is an easy and fun way to expand your imagination and release your creativity. All supplies are included. Register by calling 624-4200 or visit www.tbpl.ca/onlinecalendar two weeks prior to class date.
Think Ink Part 2: BRUSHO and Beyond!
County Park Library
Wednesdays @ 2pm
September 26, October 24, November 21
Join our returning artist, Leslie Cano, for an afternoon of tips, tricks and techniques using the amazing artist's grade pigment powder called BRUSHO! This workshop series has applications for card making, scrap booking, rubber stamping, watercolour, fabric, mixed media enthusiasts, and anyone who wants to have fun playing with something new.
Space is limited, register two weeks before program date by calling 345-8275 ext. 7401 or visit www.tbpl.ca/onlinecalendar.
Workshops provided by Roots to Harvest
Wednesdays @ 6:30pm - 8pm
October 3 @ Waverley
Putting the Garden to Bed: Preparing for Winter with Holly Rupert of the Thunder Bay District Master Gardeners.
November 7 @ Brodie
Backyard Greenhouses with Pam Tallon