Come and experience beautiful music presented by the Stratford Symphony...
The name says it all! This program is ideal for families that like to move and groove. Join us for singing, moving, dancing, and interactive storytelling.
Bring the whole family to the library and build a fort! We will supply the materials, you supply the creativity & imagination! Share stories together by flashlight.
Reading Buddies, a one-to-one reading program for school-aged children. Children will have the opportunity to read to and play games with a trained volunteer.
Explore the limitless world of robotics by building and programming your own robot! Each weekly session includes an evening break with a light snack.
An hour-long program for infants and caregivers.
Band jam is a fun, interactive music recreation program. This high energy, live stage program will appeal to participants of all ages.
Unplug from electronics. Challenge your brain and your friends with board games, crokinole, Twister, checkers and more. Fun for all ages.
This exciting early literacy program features early learning centres with activities to help children familiarize themselves with stories through play, talking, singing, listening and reading.
Ever wonder how to juggle? Want to practice golf skills, skee ball throwing or other games of chance?
It’s Friday! Trish is bringing her laundry to the library and wants help telling stories about the items she’ll find in there. During free play, she might even get you to help her do some wash!
Imagine! Build! Create! with LEGO! Explore the endless possibilities of LEGO during this free, drop-in program for all ages. This program will take place in the Auditorium.
Technology Tutors are available at SPL! Technology Tutors will be on the main floor of the library three times a week, available for drop-in help sessions, first come first served.
Grow together! Plant your own mini greenhouse, make spring-inspired music with Makey Makeys, design flowers with Spirographs, and so much more!
Come and experience beautiful music presented by the Stratford Symphony Orchestra and the Stratford Public Library.
Looking for ways to make learning to read a playful experience?
Folks can meet – over a pint – and discuss whatever it is they’ve been reading - be it a book, a magazine, a blog, or even a Twitter thread - whatever has sparked their interest that they feel li