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GPL Teen Events

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Sat
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    ESL Conversation Circles

    This program provides an opportunity to non-native English speakers to enhance their spoken English skills and to increase their confidence in using conversational English.

    Main
    10:00 A
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  • ESL Conversation Circles
    Main
    10:00 A
  • Introduction to Graphic Design

    Learn how to get started on your own graphic design project. REGISTER.

    Main
    02:00 P
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  • Introduction to Graphic Design
    Main
    02:00 P
  • Books & Hooks

    Join the Royal City Ruggers for a weekly, fun and social afternoon at the Library. Whether you are experienced with rug hooking or not, this is a great opportunity to meet new people, learn and practice a great skill, and enjoy the Library. If you want to learn more about rug hooking visit https://sites.google.com/site/ontariohookingcraftguild/about-us-1. Adults.

    East Side
    09:30 A
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  • Books & Hooks
    East Side
    09:30 A
Sun
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Mon
27

    Men's Book Club @ Baker Street Station

    This Library book club for men meets at Baker Street Station (76 Baker Street) from September to June. Each meeting last approximately one hour and all members are encouraged to participate equally with their ideas and opinions about the discussed book. Copies of the books for the next meeting will be available for check out at each meeting. For more information or to register, contact bookclub@guelphpl.ca or phone 519-824-6220 x314.

    Baker Street Station
    07:00 P
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  • Men's Book Club @ Baker Street Station
    Baker Street Station
    07:00 P
  • Newcomer Settlement Services

    One-on-one newcomer settlement services and referrals are available at the Guelph Public Library. Settlement counsellors are able to see walk-in clients on a first-come first-served basis, or if clients wish to secure a specific time with a counsellor at either library location, please call Immigrant Services at 519-836-2222. East Side Library: Mondays from 4-6 pm Westminster Square Library: Thursdays from 9:30-11:30 am

    East Side
    04:00 P
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  • Newcomer Settlement Services
    East Side
    04:00 P
Tue
28

    Bullfrog Mall Adult Book Club

    Library book clubs meet from September to June. Each meeting last approximately one hour and all members are encouraged to participate equally with their ideas and opinions about the discussed book. Copies of the books for the next meeting will be available for check out at each meeting. For more information or to register, contact bookclub@guelphpl.ca or phone 519-824-6220 x314.

    Bullfrog
    09:00 A
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  • Bullfrog Mall Adult Book Club
    Bullfrog
    09:00 A
  • Books & Hooks

    Join the Royal City Ruggers for a weekly, fun and social afternoon at the Library. Whether you are experienced with rug hooking or not, this is a great opportunity to meet new people, learn and practice a great skill, and enjoy the Library. If you want to learn more about rug hooking visit https://sites.google.com/site/ontariohookingcraftguild/about-us-1. Adults.

    East Side
    12:00 P
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  • Books & Hooks
    East Side
    12:00 P
Wed
29

    Knit 'N Lit

    All new and experienced knitters are invited to join us for a morning of knitting and chatting about our favorite books.

    Bullfrog
    09:00 A
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  • Knit 'N Lit
    Bullfrog
    09:00 A
  • Grow your own annuals

    Join Master Gardener Diane Marchese to learn how to grow your own annuals for a burst of colour in your garden, containers and edging. Please REGISTER

    Main
    07:00 P
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  • Grow your own annuals
    Main
    07:00 P
Thu
30

    Newcomer Settlement Services

    One-on-one newcomer settlement services and referrals are available at the Guelph Public Library. Settlement counsellors are able to see walk-in clients on a first-come first-served basis, or if clients wish to secure a specific time with a counsellor at either library location, please call Immigrant Services at 519-836-2222. East Side Library: Mondays from 4-6 pm Westminster Square Library: Thursdays from 9:30-11:30 am

    Westminster
    09:30 A
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  • Newcomer Settlement Services
    Westminster
    09:30 A
  • Main Library Cook Book Club

    Library book clubs meet from September to June. Each meeting last approximately one hour and all members are encouraged to participate equally with their ideas and opinions about the discussed book. Copies of the books for the next meeting will be available for check out at each meeting. For more information or to register, contact bookclub@guelphpl.ca or phone 519-824-6220 x314.

    Main
    07:00 P
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  • Main Library Cook Book Club
    Main
    07:00 P
Fri
31

    Teen Read 'N Feed Book Club

    Welcoming all teens to the Bullfrog Mall Branch once a month to have fun, talk about books, and eat great food! Grades 7 & up Phone 519-829-4401 for details or email teens@guelphpl.ca

    Bullfrog
    03:30 P
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  • Teen Read 'N Feed Book Club
    Bullfrog
    03:30 P
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    • ESL Conversation Circles
      Main
      12
    • Introduction to Graphic Design
      Main
      12
    • Books & Hooks
      East Side
      12
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  • 26
    • Men's Book Club @ Baker Street Station
      Baker Street Station
      12
    • Newcomer Settlement Services
      East Side
      12
  • 27
    • Bullfrog Mall Adult Book Club
      Bullfrog
      12
    • Books & Hooks
      East Side
      12
  • 28
    • Knit 'N Lit
      Bullfrog
      12
    • Grow your own annuals
      Main
      12
  • 29
    • Newcomer Settlement Services
      Westminster
      12
    • Main Library Cook Book Club
      Main
      12
  • 30
    • Teen Read 'N Feed Book Club
      Bullfrog
      12

BOOKS

  • Novelist:

    Do you need help finding that perfect book? Perhaps you're looking for a book in a specific genre, or maybe you just need to know the next book in your favourite mystery series. If so, NoveList Plus is the solution for you.

We recommend the following YA blogs for new titles, book reviews, and features:

  • The Savvy Reader:

    Home of the 50-book pledge and Teen Reads. A great place for book reviews, writing tips, and insights from the world of publishing.

  • Diversity in YA:

    Celebrates YA books about all kinds of diversity, from race to sexual orientation to gender identity and disability. The blog’s goal is to bring attention to books and authors that might fall outside the mainstream, and to bring the margin to the center.

  • Stay Bookish:

    A blog that embraces fiction because reality is overrated. Stay Bookish is a blog by Hazel, an eighteen year old bibliophile from the Philippines.

  • Teen Reads:

    This site offers a plethora of reading lists, reviews, and discussion of the latest YA titles.

  • Guys Lit Wire:

    Guys Lit Wire exists solely to bring literary news and reviews to the attention of teenage boys and the people who care about them (though female readers are welcome too!).

  • Reading Rants:

    This site specializes in unique, from-left-field booklists as well as YA discussion and posts.

  • Epic Reads:

    Harper Collins produces this site where you’ll find YA channels, book reviews, contests, and more.

  • Good Reads Teen Books Lists: https://www.goodreads.com/list/tag/teen

    Looking for ideas for that next book? Check out the many booklists created by Good Reads users!