Michelle Good

Join Michelle Good, author of Five Little Indians, in conversation with Lenny Epstein. Michelle Good is a Cree writer and a member of the Red Pheasant Cree Nation in Saskatchewan. After working for Indigenous organizations for twenty-five years she obtained a law degree and advocated for residential school survivors for …

Logo Design Basics

Join us for the first of a series of workshops surrounding logo design and creation. In this workshop you will learn some of the basic elements that make a strong logo. In this workshop we will be discussing different features and characteristics of logo design, looking at a variety of …

Darrel J. McLeod

Darrel J. McLeod is the author of Peyakow and Mamaskatch, which received the Governor General’s Literary Award for Nonfiction. He is Cree from treaty eight territory in Northern Alberta. Before deciding to pursue writing in his retirement, McLeod was a chief negotiator of land claims for the federal government and executive …

National Indigenous History Month Programs

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Children Indigenous Storytime Available on demand in June! Local storytellers, including librarian Brandy Brant and Karen Lewis from Kanihote Tyendinaga Public Library, read stories by Indigenous authors and illustrators. Click HERE to register. Minecraft Two sessions: every Wednesday in June at 4:30 PM and every Thursday in June at 4:30 …

Sorcerers: Dual DnD Campaigns

Join The Library Dungeon Masters, Julie and Whitney, on an epic dual campaign of Dungeons and Dragons! Participants will create characters, learn the basics of the game, and finish the adventure in an action packed, mythical tournament to showcase their characters strength and skills! No previous experience is required, but …

Sorcerers: Fantastic Beasts and Where You Found Them

You’ve heard of a Gnarl, a Hippogriff, a Blast-Ended Skrewt and a Flobberworm, but what fantastic beast can you dream up? Kids of all ages are invited to join Joanna for this hybrid style program. Bring along your favourite creature from home, and share its origin story. Due to COVID …

Sorcerers: Potion Races

Which house can complete their potions before the others? Accuracy and speed are the name of this game, and Snape will be keeping a keen eye on Gryffindor, ensuring no funny business! This program will feature a hybrid model (limited in-person attendance, and virtual attendance), with supplies provided for all …

Sorcerers: Campfire Conjuring Smores & Stories

Conjure up the most delicious marshmallow snack your imagination can create. Using ingredients supplied to you, and maybe more from home, show us your tantalizing treats and share a spooky story. Prizes awarded for the most creative, the biggest treat and more! Click HERE to register. In-Person programming takes place …

Sorcerers: Quidditch

Put on your house colours and your helmet, and head to the field for some Quidditch! Yes, this real-life version of the beloved Harry Potter sport is coming to the Ameliasburgh Branch of the library. Due to COVID restrictions, space is extremely limited, so register below before you miss out. …

Creators: T-Shirt Design (ages 12+)

T-shirt design using graphic design software. Use free online software to create a design, then we’ll put it on a t-shirt for you. No experience using these programs is required! We’ll start with a brainstorming session, then work on our designs. When your design is finished, we’ll put it on …