Adult Programs/Events

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High School Ins and Outs for Newcomers

Come to this free workshop and you will learn what to expect from the Ontario Education system including the requirements to obtain your OSSD. Parents will learn how to support their teens in making decisions and how to stay involved. A student from the International Baccalaureate (IB) program from a local high school will be on hand to tell you more about the program and answer questions

Thursday, Aug 14 5:30pm-7:30pm
Central Branch Auditorium
Open to Grades 8-12 & Parents
Cost: Free

Please register with the Newcomer Information Centre by telephone at 905-949-0049 ext. 1290 or by email at

Adult Book Clubs: Want to discuss interesting books with interesting people?

Join one of our book clubs and experience discussions led by our team of knowledgeable librarians.  Sessions run once per month from October to April, excluding December.  Included in your registration fee is a ticket to An Evening for Book Lovers (held September 22, 2014), at which you will have the chance to vote on four of the six titles you’ll read during the 2014/15 season.  Books are provided for borrowing.  The Central Club runs the 3rd Wednesday evening of the month, the Iroquois Ridge Club the 2nd Tuesday evening of the month, and the Woodside Club the 3rd Tuesday afternoon of the month. Refreshments provided at each meeting.

Age: 18Y and up

Cost:  $60/6 classes + 1 ticket to Evening for Book Lovers


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