Activities

 

Activities summary

 

2022 Winter | Book club

Members meet after reading a common book and discuss their impressions. Those interested must register with the library. Wearing a mask is required.

Winter Literary Program:

 January: Chroniques de Jérusalem de Guy Delisle (fr) / Miss Benson’s Beetle de Rachel Joyce (ang)

February : Le monde selon Britt-Marie de Fredrik Backman (fr) / Rabbit foot Bill de Helen Humphreys (ang)

March : Nous étions le sel de la mer de Roxanne Bouchard (fr) / Station eleven d’Emily St.John Mandel (ang)

 

Clientele: Adults

Location: Library

Schedule: The 2nd Wednesday of each month

French-speaking club 2 p.m.

English-speaking club 7 p.m

 

Knit-Tea Club

To knit in good company, share your knitting knowledge or just to have a good time, bring your needles and yarn and join us for tea! No material provided. Mask required.

Clientele: Adults | Bilingual

Location: Library

Schedule: Every Friday from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., starts September 17.

 

Craft projects to do at home

The library will offer DIY video clips on different themes, all available online on our YouTube account. We have even prepared small kits containing the necessary materials for making crafts.

Reservations are required to pick up the kits.

This is a great opportunity to share family time. Create a small origami box, this craft is ideal for children aged seven to 12.

Do to at home.

Kits containing the necessary materials to make this craft are available upon reservation. (Limited quantity)

Watch the video of the craft

 

This is a great opportunity to share family time. Create a heart-shaped pouch, this craft is ideal for children aged three to six.

Do to at home.

Kits containing the necessary materials to make this craft are available upon reservation. (Limited quantity)

Watch the video of the craft