The Library will be closed for Family Day weekend on Sunday, February 18 and, Monday, February 19. 

Family

Code-A-Character Final Presentation

Participants in the 10-week 2017 Code-a-Character Program will present their creations! They have read books, chose a character, and then used programming to create a digital depiction of the character in their story. It is truly something to see these displayed in a BIG way on the three-storey Christie MicroTiles wall and listen to participants talk about what they have made. 
 
The Code-a-Character program is jointly presented by the University of Waterloo Stratford Campus and the Stratford Public Library. 
 

PLOW at the Park

What better way to celebrate the day, than by beginning it at the park? 

Join PLOW for stories, songs and the opportunity to borrow library materials for your children. 

10:00 - 10:30am for Toddlers

10:30 - 11:00am for Preschool  

Canada Learning Code

Today is the final day of Canada Learning Code Week!  We'll be celebrating by learning how to control Sphero robots with block coding, and using the Spheros to paint Canada flags. Things could get messy, so wear your painting clothes. Block-coding is a great way to start learning about coding. 

Free, no registration required - drop in anytime during the hour and stay for as long as you please! 

Learn more about Canada Learning Code Week here

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Canada Learning Code

Celebrate Canada Learning Code Week!  We'll be learning what binary code is and creating binary code beaded bracelets or necklaces.  You can also use code to help draw a map of Canada and control an Ozobot robot! 

Free, no registration required - drop in and see us on the main floor anytime during the hour and stay for as long as you please! 

Learn more about Canada Learning Code Week here

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Canada Learning Code

Celebrate Canada Learning Code Week by using Scratch Coding to program the Canadarm2 like Chris Hadfield, or to create a Hockey Game like Justin Trudeau's! 

Block-coding is a great way to start learning about coding. 

Free, no registration required - drop in anytime during the hour and stay for as long as you please! 

PA Day: A Beautiful Garden

Patsy Day, of Oneida Nation of the Thames will share learning on Indigenous Woodland Culture with school age children in celebration of the planting season.  Participants will make paper plate turtle rattles to use while they learn a traditional planting song in the Oneida language.  We will be making a mini book titled Latiy^thos/We are planting.

Get Your Summer Read On Day

This is your chance to get a sneak peek at all the fun programs SPL will be hosting this summer at the library and out in the community!

Be the first of your friends to register for the TD Summer Reading club.  Pick up the summer schedule, take part in activities, enter to win prizes, and meet our Summer staff!

 

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