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ALTERNATE PHONE NUMBER
If our regular line is not 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
A knitting, crocheting, and yarn club for all skill levels. BYOH/N (Bring Your Own Hooks/Needles), we have tons of yarn! Fun happens bi-weekly! See event calendar for specific dates!
MONDAYS IN JANUARY- MINDFUL MEDITATION WRITING WORKSHOPS
Come for the mediation, stay for the creative writing! Workshops hosted by Bright Star. Not to be missed! Free.
Mondays in January @ 1 PM.
FRI. JAN. 17TH- BIAK Mobile Indigenous Cultural Teachings
Join Bonnechere Family Care Services EarlyON Mobile Unit at BUPL for one (or all!) of our ongoing Indigenous teachings, crafting, language, and drumming workshops. Open to everyone. 10:30 am start on all dates. Program suitable for families with young children. See 2020 dates below:
Friday January 17th
Friday March 20th
Friday April 22nd
Friday July 3rd
Friday August 14th
Friday October 2nd
Friday November 6th
Friday December 18th
SAT. JAN. 25TH- FAMILY LITERACY DAY ALPHABET SCAVENGER HUNT
Celebrate Family Literacy Week by getting outside with your family and searching for a letter of the alphabet! Find a letter, bring in to BUPL between 10 am and 3 pm to redeem a prize, and get a hot chocolate! One letter per person. HAVE FUN!
ALL OF FEBRUARY- BLIND DATE WITH A BOOK
Uncover your next book affair! All month long, wrapped-up books will be available for choosing at BUPL. If you don't like your discovery, you can return it. No hard feelings!
WED. FEB. 12TH- VALENTINE'S DAY BAKE SALE
The BUPL Pre-Teens will be hosting a bake sale, just in time for Valentine’s Day. 5-8 pm. All proceeds support youth programming. If you’d like to donate baking, please contact email@example.com
FEB 23RD -29TH -FREEDOM TO READ WEEK
Come check-out BUPL’s challenged books display, events, and promotions all week long. Reaffirm your commitment to intellectual freedom, which is guaranteed to you under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms!!
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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