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WE'RE SEEKING NEW LIBRARY BOARD MEMBERS! APPLY NOW!

We're seeking committed, enthusiastic Board of Director members from both Bonnechere Valley and North Algona Wilberforce! If you'd like to support your little library, this is a fun and exciting way to do it! Click HERE for BV Board Member info. and click HERE for NAW Board Member info. All submission will be reviewed.

ALTERNATE PHONE NUMBER

Our BELL telephone line goes down with any precipitation. If you'd like to contact us, please try our alternative line 613-628-3101 ext. 2400. If that does not work, please call the BV Township office direct and leave your concerns at 613-628-3101.

IT'S BACK! ALTERNATING THURSDAYS - (CHRONICLES OF) YARNIA

Yarnia is back! Rotating Thursdays at 6pm. A knitting, crocheting, and yarn club for all skill levels. Next meet is Thursday November 29th at 6pm! BYOH/N (Bring your own hooks/needles), we have tons of yarn!

ALL OF NOVEMBER- NaNo WriMo (National Novel Writing Month)

It's NaNo WriMo and we challenge you! Can you write a novel in one month? We offer you the paper, pencils and space to do it! Fridays you can have the Maker Space from 12-3 pm!

ANGEL TREE- DECEMBER 14TH DEADLINE

Our tree is up! Take a star from the tree and be an angel this Christmas by helping a local family in need. Return unwrapped gift with star attached by Friday December 14th at noon. In partnership with the Eganville Food Bank.

PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE BOOK CLUB - WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 28TH & JANUARY 3RD

Book Club is discussing a Present book: 'The Last Neanderthal' by Claire Cameron on Wednesday November 28th @ 7pm. Winner of the Evergreen 2018 award! Ask for your copy now! 7pm on the 28th!

On Thursday January 3rd, we'll meet to discuss December's Future book: 'Generation A' by Douglas Coupland. Copies available now!

WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 5TH- HANUKKAH PARTY

Learn about and celebrate the Jewish Holiday Hanukkah! Snacks, story, activities and more! Open to all. Fun starts at 6 pm.

THURSDAY DECEMBER 6TH- LETTERS TO SANTA

Come write your letter to Santa on Thursday December 6th (and your kids can learn how to address a REAL LIFE envelope!) @ 6 pm! Open to all. Hot chocolate will be served! Who knows, the big guy might even make an appearance!

FRIDAY MAKER DAYS! 7TH, 14TH & 21ST

Join us (almost) every Friday throughout December for a fun $2 craft! 10:30 am on the 7th, 14th, and 21st. Open to all ages, and registration is required! Call now to reserve your spot.

WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 19TH- PRE-TEEN/TEEN CAROLING

Pre-Teen and Teens will merge forces and go out caroling at 5:30 pm on the 19th! Come for 5 to run through songs. Singing is best served with festive gear, so dress/light up (if you feel inclined to!)

CLOSED- DECEMEBER 24TH, 25TH, 26TH, 31ST & JANUARY 1ST

Please note our holiday closures. Have a safe and happy holiday season!

DECEMBER 27TH & 28TH- PJs & HOLIDAY FILMS

Join us for a Holiday film at 12 pm on the 27th and 28th! Wear your cozy pyjamas, and come get festive with a holiday themed film. Popcorn and hot chocolate are on the menu! We're watching Elf on the 27th and Home Alone on the 28th!

WEDNESDAYS IN JANUARY- TALKS FOR A BETTER WORLD

Claire from The Space Between is hosting 'Talks for a Better World'. A weekly video workshop through soundstrue.com! 2 pm on Wednesdays throughout January. Mindful and thought provoking talks! Free and open to all!

LITTLE FREE PANTRY: DONATIONS

We're always looking for donations for the pantry. Some suggestions include: dried, packaged food such as cup of soups, tea/hot chocolate/coffee, porridge, dried fruit, cakes and granola bars. Toiletries like toothbrushes, soap and deodorant are great, too. Dried goods and things that won't freeze are great ways to fill the pantry during the winter months. Donations can be put directly into the pantry 24/7 or dropped-off inside the library during operating hours. And please remember, the pantry is accessible to everyone, 24/7.

WEDNESDAYS: PURPLE DOOR

Every Wednesday, BUPL is the satellite office for The Women's Sexual Assault Centre of Renfrew County. If you or someone you know is in need of support services, please don't hesitate to contact BUPL or Jancy Brown direct at email Jancey Brown directly.

SEND US YOUR REVIEWS!

Loved it? Would change it? Email us your reviews of the books you've read and we'll put them on the website so everyone else can benefit from your experience!





     MON: 10:00AM - 3:00PM
     TUE:  10:00AM - 8:00PM
     WED: 10:00AM - 8:00PM
      THU: 10:00AM - 8:00PM
      FRI: 10:00AM - 6:00PM
      SAT: 10:00AM - 3:00PM



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