Introducing our new program: The Hive!
Inspired by the concept of the library as a hive of activity and creativity, The Hive is our new weekly hands-on program with the purpose of exploring collective creativity, learning new things and sharing community knowledge. Each week we will take on a new project, from cooking with new spices to DIY arts and crafts with our Cricut machine.
The Hive will take place every Wednesday from 6 to 7pm and is free, for ages 14+.
Most programs require registration in advance due to limited capacity – register online here to reserve your spot!
January 25th, 6pm – Spice Club: Jerk January Heat up your winter with Jamaican jerk seasoning and share your cooking adventures. Register in advance to receive a free sample of jerk seasoning and an optional online meeting link.
February 1st, 6pm – DIY hand salve Learn to make your own hand salve with beeswax and oil. Register in advance to reserve a spot.
February 8th, 6pm – Black History watch party: Celebrate Black women and Black Canadian cinema and join us to watch a playlist of critically acclaimed short films.
February 15th, 6pm – Art & Design Learn about vinyl cutting and iron-on using our Cricut machine. Bring your own item to personalize if you want! Register in advance to reserve a spot.
February 22nd, 6pm – Spice Club: Fennel February Did you know that fennel is a member of the carrot family? Cook something using fennel and join us to share your adventures. Register in advance to receive a free dash of fennel and an optional online meeting link.
Stay up to date by following our Adult Programs page to learn about each week’s theme and our other programs!