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

Family

Duct Tape Day

After school, come and get creative using duct tape. We have plenty of tape and some inspiring duct tape project books we can use to get are imaginations started. 

All ages welcome

Free, no registration required

National Canadian Film Day: Reel Injun

Reel Injun is an enlightening documentary about the way Indigenous people have been depicted in film from the silent era to the present day.
Director Neil Diamond takes the audience on a trip through time to explore the history of the “Hollywood Indian” and offers a refreshing, candid and personal analysis, tracing how these cinematic images have shaped and influenced the understanding of Indigenous culture and history.

Cushion Concert

Meet the Woodwind Section!

Join members of the Stratford Symphony Orchestra for an interactive music presentation that is fun for all ages! We will be with Kelly Williamson - Flute, Kaye Royer - Clarinet and Jodi Merritt - Bassoon.
Find out what timbre is, what woodwind instruments sound like, and why.
 
Learn - Listen - Create
 
Free, no registration required

Online Safety

Constable Stewart from the Stratford Police Department will be coming to SPL to teach us all about online safety. This is an especially great seminar to attend for those who are new to using the Internet or who have children who will be starting to go online. 

For further information, please contact Stacey at ext. 123

No registration required

Fiddle Music From The Métis Culture: Cushion Concert

Stratford Public Library will be hosting an interactive music presentation for young people, featuring Kirby Julian(fiddle) and Barb Julian(bass) of the Stratford Symphony Orchestra who will be playing fiddle music from the Métis culture. 

Discover music and culture. Learn to play spoons, hand drum and move with the music. 
Learn, listen, create!

For young people of all ages

Free

White Pine Dancers

For Family Literacy Day, the White Pine Dancers will be sharing their gifts of dance, story, and song within the Auditorium of Stratford's City Hall. 

A special thank you to the Aboriginal Planning funding, received in partnership with the City of Stratford Social Services Department from the Ministry of Education (Early Years Child Development).

This is a free event, no registration required. 

Doors open at 1:30pm.

Create Space

Songs, stories, and special building materials!

Create exciting structures at the Festival Marketplace Shopping Centre with SPL. 

 

Find us at the former Lindor store located beside Bell for a free drop-in program
No registration required

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