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FRI. SEP. 30 @ 2 PM- ORANGE SHIRT DAY- METIS LAW DISCUSSION
Join Spirit Warrior Glenn Bogue as he discusses Canadian policies and their violations against the Indigenous People. Open dialogue setting with Q & A.
FOOD FOR FINES MONTH! ALL OF OCTOBER
During October, bring in a non-perishable, non-expired good and receive $2 off of your fines, up to a limit of $20. This offer does not go towards lost or damaged fees. Sorry! Food stocks our Little Free Pantry and helps support the Eganville Food Bank.
FIRST NATIONS PUBLIC LIBRARY WEEK- OCT. 3RD-7TH
See our display and participate in beading on Thu. Oct. 6th @ 1 PM. Registration required! Open to all.
ONTARIO PUBLIC LIBRARY WEEK- OCT. 16TH-22ND- WRITE US A LETTER!
Let us know how much you love your library! Write us a letter to put on display! Drop-off, email or mail it in: 74 Maple St, BOX 40, Eganville ON, K0J 1T0. firstname.lastname@example.org
DECORATE A PUMPKIN CONTEST (PUB. LIB. WK. CELEBRATIONS CONT'D)
Decorate a pumpkin, bring it in, and library staff will vote on who the winner is! Prizes to be won! Deadline for drop-off is Fri. Oct. 21st at 6 PM.
HALLOWEEN BAKE SALE- WED. OCT. 26TH FROM 5-7 PM
Youth Night kids bring you a Halloween themed Bake Sale! All proceeds help support Youth Group initiatives. Baked good donations accepted!
TRICK OR TREAT- MON. OCT. 31ST FROM 10 AM-3PM
Bring your littles (in costume!) to BUPL between 10 & 3 to pick up some goodies! Happy Halloween from BUPL!
BUPL ROCKS IS BACK!!!! SAT. NOV. 12TH @ 6:30
This year is going to be bigger and better than ever! We've moved the concert to the Eagle's Nest in Eganville, with three acts: Mimi O'Bonsawin
(Eganville debut!), WinterMonths
(Valley rockers), and Graven
(OT). Tickets are $20 at the door, and also available in advance at BUPL. All ages, licensed, with a silent auction, light luncheon and a kids' table, too! You don't want to miss this event!
ONLINE STORY TIME (TUESDAYS)//STORY & A CRAFT (ROTATING SATURDAYS)
Visit our Facebook page @bonnechereupl every Tuesday between 9:30 and 10 AM for a story with Miss Bee! Want in-person? Drop-in rotating Saturdays @ 11 AM for a story and craft! Registration not necessary. See event calendar for listings!
CLUBS! CLUBS! CLUBS!
This club is for guitarists with some basic guitar skills and not a teaching class. Registration is required to receive links to virtual gathering. Every Saturday at 1!
Board Game Night!
Hang out at the library every Tuesday night from 6-8 PM and play BOARD GAMES! (Ok, we have a Switch and PS3 available, too!). Fun for the whole family. Feel free to bring one of your board games, too!
This program is suitable for kids aged 9-12, with some exceptions. Every Wednesday from 5-6 PM during the school year. The 2022/23 season starts Wednesday September 14th!
Every second Tuesday of the month from 7:30-9 PM, join like-minded star lovers and talk planets, galaxies and beyond. For more info email email@example.com
(Chronicles of) Yarnia
This club takes place every Thursday from 6-8 PM. It's an inclusive club for knitters, crocheters, spinners and lovers of yarn.
For the most recent and up-to-date information on programs and events, visit our online calendar
The BUPL community is also alive and well on our Facebook page & Instagram!
Don't forget to say "Hi!" while you're there!
KITS & RECREATION
Did you know that we offer more than just books? We have DVDs, magazines, Large Print and more, but we're talking about rec equipment and various kits! Here's a list:
-Letters To Santa kits (annual)
-No Stress kits
-Fender Strat Guitar and Amp (Yes! A Guitar!)
-Ontario Parks Day Passes
-Ottawa Museum Day Passes
Not sure what to read next? The team at BUPL can provide you with suggestions tailored just for you with our Reader Advisory form!
LITTLE FREE PANTRY & PUBLIC GARDENS
The Little Free Pantry is open for public use, but for your safety, we ask only a few things:
1. Take what you want, leave what you can.
2. DO NOT add sharp items, drugs/alcohol, or opened/expired goods.
3. Take at your own risk (please watch for hornets in the warmer seasons!)
We also offer three raised garden beds on the East side of the building, close to the LFP, for you to access. When things are ready to be picked, please help yourself! The raised beds on the West side of the building belong to the Community Garden Program and are not open to the public.
Thank you for your cooperation!
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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!