Programs for Adults

The Library runs a variety of programs for Adults and Seniors.

Adults & Seniors

Programs for Adults & Seniors

Learn a new skill! Meet new people!

For more information about Programs for Adults, email Chris on or call 613-687-2227 ext. 2205.

Hello. My name is Chris and I am the part-time Community Outreach Technician at the library. My aim is to develop, plan, and deliver community programs for adults of all ages. If you have an idea for a new program or event please email me at

Book Club Night

October 3rd
6:00 PM
Throughout the Library!

Join us every 1st Tuesday of the month for a deep-dive across various varieties of books. All Book Clubs are welcome to use space within the library. Join an existing Club or why not start your own? Some of the Clubs that patrons enjoy are Reese’s Book Club, Big Library Read (Libby), Duke Classics, and All Booked Up. Check our Facebook page for what we are reading this month! 

Cribbage board and hands crocheting.

Cribbage, Coffee, Crafting & Chat

Every Thursday
September & October: 12:30 – 2:30 pm

Stop by the Rotary Room on a Thursday. Bring along your crocheting or craft, and a coffee (or have one on us) and join in a game of cribbage, do some colouring, or just have a chat! All welcome.

Drop in any time!

Meditation with Kyla Romain

Tuesday, Sep 26th (sold out), October 10, & 24th @ 6:00 PM
Wipe away the day’s stress with our meditation sessions with Kyla Romain. Beginner level. Drop in’s welcome only if space is available. Registration Links:

Oct 10th:

Oct 24th:

Movie Night

Every 4th Thursday of the month at 5:30PM

Stop by the Rotary Room to enjoy a night out at the movies without the price tag. We will provide you with popcorn and refreshments as we screen a wide variety of films each month.

August: Pieces of Us (5PM) / September: Indian Horse / October: Megan or Prey of the Devil (Facebook Page Vote!)

Unplugged: Board Game Night

Every 3rd Thursday of the month
6:00PM – 8:00PM

Drop by the Rotary Room every 3rd Thursday of the month! Put down the phone and unplug from social media for a couple of hours and enjoy some old school board games. Make new friends and connect over a classic game!

A picture of book stacks in the youth department of the library.

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