Teens

Food For Fines

Have library fines? Want to do some good while you clear them up? Stratford Public Library is holding its annual Food for Fines drive in celebration of Ontario Public Library Week from October 14-20. Bring in non-perishable food donations to the library to have your fines waived.

All donations will be made to Stratford's Salvation Army Food Bank. Please give generously.

Science Literacy Week

We're turning the library into a science lab! Join us during Science Literacy Week from September 17-23.

Visit the main floor for science-related book displays, science-infused reading and viewing suggestions, and activites for all ages! 

Peak your curiosity in the children's department with fun activities. Explore our mysterious nature display, create magnetic wonders, and see the world in a whole new way at the magnifying station.

These science-fueled activities are available all week long during regular library hours.

Need 2 Know: How to buy your first home

What do you need to know? How to buy a first home? Mend your clothes? Study smarter? Get along with workmates? Do glam makeup? We’ve got you covered with an array of experts on an array of topics! Check out the full lineup for this program series.

October 17
How to buy a first home, led by Stacey Wildgust of Dominion Lending

Free to attend, but space is limited, so first come first served!
For more information, contact Robyn at rgodfrey@stratford.ca / x 132

Indie Author Day

Join us on Saturday October 13th for Indie Author Day on as we celebrate indie writing and books. Chat with local independent authors who will share their talents and experiences.

Featured authors: Carla Coles, Kate Breukelman, Marianne Brandis, Tony Read, Rhonda Lee Read, Darrel Epp, Barbara Storey, Lisa Hutchinson, James Colbeck, John Matsui, Savannah Houston-McIntyre, Tara Mondou, and Diane Lyoness.

This drop-in event will take place in the Auditorium. For more information, contact Robyn at rgodfrey@stratford.ca / 132.

Lace Making Meet Up

Join the Avon Lacemakers for monthly meetups at the library! Whether you are a beginner or an expert, stop in for an afternoon of socializing and lace making. A "Try It" pillow will be provided.

This drop-in program takes place in the Auditorium.

For information, contact Steph at spark@stratford.ca / x 123.

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