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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. BYOH/N (Bring your own hooks/needles), we have tons of yarn!
HOMESCHOOL REGISTRATION DEADLINE- JANUARY 4TH @ NOON
This 8-week semester will focus on the Stone Age. Classes take place Fridays at 10:30 am. Suited for kids ages 4-10. Please call to register your family before January 4th! 613-628-2400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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, starting on the 16th. Mindful and thought provoking talks!
Open to all! Feel free to bring a quiet activity while you listen/watch!
DINNER & MOVIE- JANUARY 24TH @ 5PM
This month we’re going Italian! Bring a dish to share and watch a foreign film: The Great Beauty. Fun starts at 5pm!
FAMILY LITERACY DAY- EGANVILLE ALPHABET HUNT- JANUARY 26TH
Happy Family Literacy Day! On Sat. Jan. 26th, between 10 and 3, search all over Eganville for a letter of the alphabet! Find one, bring in to BUPL, and claim a prize! One letter per person. Have fun outside together!! Good luck!
MONEY TALK with KELVIN MURRAY- JANUARY 31ST @ 6PM
Kelvin Murray is back from Edward Jones Investments for a New Year’s Resolution Money Talk! He's the guy with the answers (come with all your questions). 6pm on Thursday, January 31st. Light refreshments will be served.
PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE BOOK CLUB - FEBRUARY 7TH
Book Club is discussing a Present book: 'Brave New World' by Aldous Huxley on Thursday February 7th @ 7pm.
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 Jancy Brown directly
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