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GPL Teen Events

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    Vocamus Press Writing Series

    Vocamus Press presents a series of writing workshops for aspiring writers. Each week features a different guest speaker and topic. REGISTER for each session. February 5: Donna McCaw - “Storytelling” February 12: Garth Laidlaw - “Writing Graphic Novels” February 19: John Nyman - “Writing Poetry” February 26: Nicholas Ruddock - “Writing Inspirations”

    Main
    02:00 P
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  • Vocamus Press Writing Series
    Main
    02:00 P
Mon
27

    Create your own website

    Learn how to make a website from scratch using easy website editing software. Note: Please bring a laptop or check one out from the library. REGISTER.

    Main
    07:00 P
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  • Create your own website
    Main
    07:00 P
  • 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
  • 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
    ×
  • 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
    ×
  • 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

    ESL Book Club

    The ESL Book Club is for English language learners who want to practice their English reading and conversation skills. Each week we will read and discuss short stories and chapter books, reading materials will be provided to participants with a valid library card. The Club is for upper-intermediate to advanced ESL learners who are able to read at a LINC Reading Benchmark level 6. For more information or to register, contact bookclub@guelphpl.ca or phone 519-824-6220 x314.

    Main
    07:00 P
    ×
  • ESL Book Club
    Main
    07:00 P
  • 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
    ×
  • Knit 'N Lit
    Bullfrog
    09:00 A
Thu
30

    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
    ×
  • Knit 'N Lit
    Bullfrog
    09:00 A
  • 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
    ×
  • Newcomer Settlement Services
    Westminster
    09:30 A
  • Books on Tap @ McCabe's Pub

    This library book club for twenty and thirty something year olds meets from September to June at McCabe's Pub. 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.

    McCabe's Irish Pub & Grill
    06:00 P
    ×
  • Books on Tap @ McCabe's Pub
    McCabe's Irish Pub & Grill
    06:00 P
  • Stratford Shakespeare Lecture Series

    The library and Stratford Shakespeare Festival proudly present four thought-provoking lectures based on this season’s plays. Each Thursday evening lecture features local Shakespearean experts from the University of Guelph’s School of English and Theatre Studies who will take you beyond Stratford’s theatrical stage. Admission is free. - March 2: Romeo and Juliet with Dr. Andrew Bretz - March 9: Twelfth Night with Dr. Neil Carson - March 16: Timon of Athens with Dr. Mark Fortier - March 23: The Changeling with Dr. Paul Mulholland

    Main
    07:00 P
    ×
  • Stratford Shakespeare Lecture Series
    Main
    07:00 P
Fri
31
Sat
1

    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
    ×
  • ESL Conversation Circles
    Main
    10:00 A
  • Discover your Family History Workshop

    Join us to begin your journey in discovering your family's history! This program is in partnership with the Ontario Genealogical Society. REGISTER for each session. February 4 - Learn the differences between genealogy and family history. Participants will learn how to establish research goals, where to begin researching, what to look for and how to gather information from other family members. Tips for organizing research results will also be reviewed. This week will include a tour of the information and records of interest to family historians that are available at the Guelph Public Library including the Wellington County Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society holdings. February 18 - Explore our archival records such as civil registration and vital records, census data, parish and cemetery records, wills and probate, land and property records, maps and atlases plus many more options! Tips for your trip to the library and archives will also be discussed. Session two of a three part workshop. March 4 - Explore online eResources and discover tips for conducting internet searches using social networking sources. An introduction to DNA testing and how this tool is being using in family history research will also be discussed.

    Main
    01:00 P
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  • Discover your Family History Workshop
    Main
    01:00 P
Sun
2
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    • Vocamus Press Writing Series
      Main
      12
  • 26
    • Create your own website
      Main
      12
    • Men's Book Club @ Baker Street Station
      Baker Street Station
      12
    • 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
    • ESL Book Club
      Main
      12
    • Knit 'N Lit
      Bullfrog
      12
  • 29
    • Knit 'N Lit
      Bullfrog
      12
    • Newcomer Settlement Services
      Westminster
      12
    • Books on Tap @ McCabe's Pub
      McCabe's Irish Pub & Grill
      12
    • Stratford Shakespeare Lecture Series
      Main
      12
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  • 31
    • ESL Conversation Circles
      Main
      12
    • Discover your Family History Workshop
      Main
      12
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TEEN EVENTS

Teen Events

  • Vocamus Press Writing Series
  • Main
  • 02:00 P
Vocamus Press presents a series of writing workshops for aspiring writers. Each week features a different guest speaker and topic. REGISTER for each session. February 5: Donna McCaw - “Storytelling” February 12: Garth Laidlaw - “Writing Graphic Novels” February 19: John Nyman - “Writing Poetry” February 26: Nicholas Ruddock - “Writing Inspirations”
Sun
26
  • Create your own website
  • Main
  • 07:00 P
Learn how to make a website from scratch using easy website editing software. Note: Please bring a laptop or check one out from the library. REGISTER.
Mon
27
  • Men's Book Club @ Baker Street Station
  • Baker Street Station
  • 07:00 P
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.
Mon
27
  • Men's Book Club @ Baker Street Station
  • Baker Street Station
  • 07:00 P
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.
Mon
27
  • Newcomer Settlement Services
  • East Side
  • 04:00 P
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
Mon
27
  • Bullfrog Mall Adult Book Club
  • Bullfrog
  • 09:00 A
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.
Tue
28
  • Books & Hooks
  • East Side
  • 12:00 P
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.
Tue
28
  • ESL Book Club
  • Main
  • 07:00 P
The ESL Book Club is for English language learners who want to practice their English reading and conversation skills. Each week we will read and discuss short stories and chapter books, reading materials will be provided to participants with a valid library card. The Club is for upper-intermediate to advanced ESL learners who are able to read at a LINC Reading Benchmark level 6. For more information or to register, contact bookclub@guelphpl.ca or phone 519-824-6220 x314.
Wed
1
  • Knit 'N Lit
  • Bullfrog
  • 09:00 A
All new and experienced knitters are invited to join us for a morning of knitting and chatting about our favorite books.
Wed
1
  • Knit 'N Lit
  • Bullfrog
  • 09:00 A
All new and experienced knitters are invited to join us for a morning of knitting and chatting about our favorite books.
Thu
2
  • Newcomer Settlement Services
  • Westminster
  • 09:30 A
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
Thu
2
  • Books on Tap @ McCabe's Pub
  • McCabe's Irish Pub & Grill
  • 06:00 P
This library book club for twenty and thirty something year olds meets from September to June at McCabe's Pub. 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.
Thu
2
  • Stratford Shakespeare Lecture Series
  • Main
  • 07:00 P
The library and Stratford Shakespeare Festival proudly present four thought-provoking lectures based on this season’s plays. Each Thursday evening lecture features local Shakespearean experts from the University of Guelph’s School of English and Theatre Studies who will take you beyond Stratford’s theatrical stage. Admission is free. - March 2: Romeo and Juliet with Dr. Andrew Bretz - March 9: Twelfth Night with Dr. Neil Carson - March 16: Timon of Athens with Dr. Mark Fortier - March 23: The Changeling with Dr. Paul Mulholland
Thu
2
  • ESL Conversation Circles
  • Main
  • 10:00 A
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.
Sat
4
  • Discover your Family History Workshop
  • Main
  • 01:00 P
Join us to begin your journey in discovering your family's history! This program is in partnership with the Ontario Genealogical Society. REGISTER for each session. February 4 - Learn the differences between genealogy and family history. Participants will learn how to establish research goals, where to begin researching, what to look for and how to gather information from other family members. Tips for organizing research results will also be reviewed. This week will include a tour of the information and records of interest to family historians that are available at the Guelph Public Library including the Wellington County Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society holdings. February 18 - Explore our archival records such as civil registration and vital records, census data, parish and cemetery records, wills and probate, land and property records, maps and atlases plus many more options! Tips for your trip to the library and archives will also be discussed. Session two of a three part workshop. March 4 - Explore online eResources and discover tips for conducting internet searches using social networking sources. An introduction to DNA testing and how this tool is being using in family history research will also be discussed.
Sat
4