Story-time will not be running on July 26th as we do not have a Storyteller/Craft Leader for that day.
Parents and caregivers are still welcome to bring their little ones to the Library for colouring, Lego, reading, and use of the Early Learning computers. We will also be selecting a few good Story-time books for anyone who wants to read out loud to their children.
You’ve weathered the weather, fought off the bugs, and been rewarded with a full harvest! But wait, maybe this harvest is a little too full… What’s the best way to store some of these great fruits and veggies to enjoy later in the season?
Come to our next Tuesday Talk to find out!
Our August 1st Tuesday Talk will be given by Amy Mackie, who makes and sells small batch preserves for her local farm, Just Winging It Farm. Her Talk will be all about ways to preserve your harvest.
Tuesday Talks are a great place to learn new things from local experts! During our Talk on Natural Pest Control a great resource was brought up, The Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) lists input products such as fertilizers, pest controls, and livestock care products that are compliant with organic standards.
You can visit their website here.
The TD Summer Reading Club has begun!
Children 12 years and under can register for the club with the librarian to receive their Passport/Reading Log for 2017. Earn 12 stars, and stickers for your Reading Club passport, by reading 12 picture books or 6 chapter books from July to October.
Readers who earn 12 stars can choose a free book from our treasure box. All club members will be invited to the wind-up party in October.
You can help create the list by nominating a book, written by a Canadian author, that you love. You can nominate a book, and learn more about the contest, here.
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