Join the Oakville Public Library on Saturday, September 27 as it celebrates Culture Days in Oakville at QEPCCC. Activities for all ages include storytimes, fun with tablets and eReaders, 3D printing demonstrations, a workshop for adults on how to run a book club and much more. Drop in between 11am – 4pm. Have fun and learn something new!
Ages: All ages
Queen Elizabeth Park Community & Cultural Centre
Saturday, September 27 / 11:00am – 4:00pm
Schedule of Events:
Tablet Time (11:10 – 11:30am): Children will have the opportunity to explore story book apps on tablet devices while enjoying a larger than life storytime.
Beads & Rainbow Loom crafts (11:45am – 12:30pm): Library staff will assist children aged 6-12 in creating beautiful keepsakes using beads and rainbow looms. All materials will be provided for this fun crafting program.
How to Run a Book Club workshop (1:00 – 1:30pm): Learn something new from the library’s book club experts. Gain insight on how to get started, choose books and maintain lively, thought-provoking discussions.
MaKey MaKey (2:00 – 2:30pm): In this program designed for tweens and teens, participants will get to get creative and play with what has been dubbed ‘an invention kit for the 21st century’. This clever kit lets imaginative youngsters turn everyday objects or drawings into working buttons, instruments or keyboards for controlling games.
Ongoing programs: ‘Meet the MakerBot’ 3D printing demonstrations, digital library demonstrations, Story Corner for preschoolers and fun with LEGO.