Life + Learning
Sarah at Clemens Mill | February 16, 2019
It’s important for all kids to be able to pick up a book and see themselves reflected in the characters.
In children’s books especially, this is... Read More»
Services | February 4, 2019
Discover how you can reach your goals through online education.
Every second Friday from 9:30am to 1pm, drop in to our Queen's Square location for... Read More»
Idea Exchange | February 1, 2019
Now in its 130th year, National Geographic Magazine is possibly the preeminent magazine in the world.
First created in magazine format, National... Read More»
Cassidy, Queen's Square | February 1, 2019
On the evening of February 2, 1959, American teenagers in the central Midwest were getting dressed up and heading out for a night of music and... Read More»
Jessica, Hespeler | February 1, 2019
Remember emoticons? If you’re of a certain age you remember this precursor to the modern day emoji. When the word “emoji” gained popularity I... Read More»
Services | February 1, 2019
Sit down and chat with Crystal, an Outreach worker from Langs, or Nick, a Master of Social Work student from Laurier University.
Get information you... Read More»
Meghan, Queen's Square | January 3, 2019
According to the Alzheimer Society of Canada, 564,000 Canadians currently live with dementia, a range of conditions that includes Alzheimer’s disease... Read More»
Sheridan Flietstra, Jacob Hespeler Secondary School Co-op Student | January 3, 2019
Along with dozens of other programs, Idea Exchange offers a ukulele program. Running at three locations, each group has a very different style.
The... Read More»
Susan C., Clemens Mill | January 2, 2019
We’ve all been there. The lights flicker, the branches of trees madly sway, and the clouds race across the sky. There may be snow falling at extreme... Read More»
Emma, Preston | January 2, 2019
The first official seed swap day was held on January 26th, 2006 in Washington DC. Seed Swap Day is now celebrated throughout North America on the... Read More»