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ALTERNATE PHONE NUMBER

If our regular line is working, 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.

(CHRONICLES OF) YARNIA

Throughout the summer months, Yarnia will take place every Thursday! A knitting, crocheting, and yarn club for all skill levels. BYOH/N (Bring Your Own Hooks/Needles), we have tons of yarn! In September we'll resume to bi-weekly meets!

SUMMER READING CLUB! TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS IN JULY AND AUGUST- 2-3PM

Call, email, Facebook, or stop-in at BUPL to register your child(ren) for TD Summer Reading Club! This free, inclusive summer club encourages continuous reading throughout the summer months while incorporating fun activities and crafts. This year's theme is Natural World, runs . Call now! 613-628-2400 kids@bonnechereupl.com FB @BonnechereUPL

PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE BOOK CLUB - SUMMER BREAK AND READER'S ADVISORY

First book to be discussed in September is "Where the Crawdads Sing" by Delia Owens. Click HERE or HERE for Goodreads recommended reads!

TED TALKS- WEDNESDAYS @ 1PM IN JULY AND AUGUST

Enjoy a thought-provoking afternoon with a Ted Talk! Complete with air conditioning, of course. Watch a 10-15 minute broadcast, followed by discussion. Topics vary. Free and open to all! See event calendar for discussion topic.

FOL'S 6TH ANNUAL GIANT BOOKSALE! AUG. 2ND-5TH!

From 10 am to 6 pm on each day, stop by 56 Veteran's Way (directly across from the Legion) and browse the giant assortment of books, DVDs, and puzzles! We promise there will be something for everyone! All proceeds support BUPL.

TEDDY BEAR SLEEPOVER (AUG. 8TH) AND PICNIC (AUG. 9TH)!

Drop-off your stuffy by 6pm on Thursday, August 8th, complete with permission form, and follow their shenanigans all night long via Facebook! Pick-up and pot-luck picnic is Friday August 9th at noon!

STORY TIME WITH OSCAR- TUE. AUG. 13TH @ 2 PM

Tuesday August 13th we have an extra special story-teller, in-house! Oscar is here to tell you his version of a classic. Stop-in at 2pm. Not to be missed!

CREAMCICLE DAY- WEDNESDAY AUGUST 14TH- 6PM

Cool off after dinner with a FREE creamcicle, while supplies last! You're welcome!

SRC PARTY! THURSDAY AUGUST 15TH @ 2PM

Congratulations to all of our super readers! Today we celebrate the LAST day of SRC! Redeem your BUPL bucks at our "market", enjoy a snack, and get your certificate of completion! Draws and prizes awarded, followed by a visit from Ray's Reptiles

RAY'S REPTILES- POCKET PETS! THURSDAY AUGUST 15TH @ 3PM

Join us as we celebrate summer's end with a visit from Ray's Reptiles!! Free and open to all! Fun starts at 3 PM. Grab a neighbour and a friend and come over to BUPL!

SEED SAVING WORKSHOP- THURSDAY AUGUST 22ND @ 6 PM

Cheri from Seeds of Creation is coming to BUPL to give a beginners workshop on how to save seeds!

Seed saving refers to the practice of saving various types of reproductive material and seeds from plants such as flowers, herbs, grains, vegetables, and tubers for future use.

Farmers have been saving seeds for the past 12,000 years! Some benefits to this tradition include: engaging in the cycle of life, preserving heirloom varieties, encouraging genetic diversity, and saving money.

Please join us, and Cheri, and learn a new skill! The workshop is free and open to all. Click here for the FB event!

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 or melt are great ways to fill the pantry during the winter and summer 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.

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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Donations over $20 are eligible for tax receipts.



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