Laureen, Queen's Square | December 1, 2020
The holidays are coming and we’ve got lots going on.
Starting December 7, Crafty Creations Ornaments Kits will be available for pick up at each of... Read More»
Emma, Preston | October 1, 2020
The days are getting cooler and the leaves are starting to change colour, which makes it the perfect time of year for a nature walk! While you’re out... Read More»
Brandon from Queen's Square (and Snoopy, too!) | May 8, 2020
Hello and welcome to Meditate With Snoopy!
Our group of meditators is about a dozen strong each week as we meet virtually via the internet.... Read More»
Elora, Queen's Square | April 14, 2020
Like many other expectant moms these days, at the moment I’m gearing up for maternity leave with more than ample time on my hands, nowhere to go, and... Read More»
Laureen at Queen's Square | February 20, 2020
The 2020 nominees for the Forest of Reading have been announced. We have ordered all of these titles for you to enjoy! If a title is not available at... Read More»
Sarah, Clemens Mill | January 14, 2020
On February 17, 2020, Clemens Mill will once again be hosting an epic Family Day party! We’re planning games, crafts and other great activities. But... Read More»
Trish at the Old Post Office | January 7, 2020
What is Engineering? Simply put, it is designing and building a structure or machine.
Engaging children in engineering projects is a great hands-on... Read More»
Laureen, Queen's Square | January 1, 2020
Family Literacy is defined as children, parents, grandparents and other family members engaging in literacy-based activities together. These... Read More»
Stephanie, Queen's Square | December 1, 2019
This July marked the 50th Anniversary of humans walking on the moon, when NASA’s astronaut Neil Armstrong stepped onto the surface of the moon on... Read More»
Jan, Queen's Square | December 1, 2019
Every year, I look forward to all the wonderful holiday season movies and stories. There’s nothing better than snuggling up with a cozy blanket, hot... Read More»