It’s spring! Celebrate by planting your very own garden and take it home to watch it grow. Thanks to the NOTL Horticultural Society all supplies will be provided.
JOANNA GOODMAN is the author of four previous novels, including Canadian bestseller, The Finishing School. Her stories have appeared in The Fiddlehead, The Ottawa Citizen, B & A Fiction, Event, The New Quarterly, and White Wall Review, as well as excerpted in Elisabeth Harvor’s fiction anthology A Room at the Heart of Things.
She will be talking about her book, The Home for Unwanted Girls
This drop-in program is intended for moms, dads and primary caregivers of infants and toddlers up to 3yrs. Soft play equipment and a variety of toys will be available.
Come play, unwind and connect.
Get started on creating your family tree. Learn about resources available through the library and online to uncover your roots in this interactive workshop presented by author and genealogy expert, David Hemmings. This session is recommended for beginners starting their genealogical journey.
Learn about the current science of DNA testing and dive deeper into your genealogical research. Author and expert David Hemmings will address issues and discuss questions that can arise during your own research. This session is recommended for those with experience conducting online genealogical research and those looking to deepen their understanding of DNA testing.
$2 fee per person.
Plan, build, explore, destroy and rebuild again in the wonderful world of Minecraft!
Come tinker, build, think and problem solve. This is a drop-in program for all ages and families. Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult.