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Upcoming Adult Programs at L.E. Shore Library

Posted: by Emma on January 5, 2017

Upcoming Adult Programs at L.E. Shore Library

Essential Oils 101

Essential oils have long been used for food preparation, beauty treatment, and health-care practices.  Discover the healing power of essential oils. What exactly are they? How do they work? How do you get started? 

Josi Hewgill, from doTERRAwill be giving an Essential Oils 101 talk in the L.E. Shore Memorial Library Gallery.
Wednesday January 25th 2pm-3pm

Free.  Drop-in Program.  Everyone is welcome.

Conversational French

Parlez-vous français?  In honour of Canada 150, celebrate with the Blue Mountains Public Library.12 months, 12 themes. January's theme is Champlain's Footsteps with a focus on Early Explorers and the French language. Join our Conversational French classes, open to all ages. This program will teach the basics in French language and allow people to practice their French skills.

3 sessions
(note: each session is at a different time to accomodate schedules.  Feel free to sign up for each session but know there will be some repetition)

Tuesday Janunary 24th 5pm-6pm

Thursday January 26th 7pm-8pm

Tuesday January 31st 11am-12pm

Please register in advance.

Borrow Snowshoes using your library card

In celebration of Canada 150, starting on January 16th you can borrow snowshoes using your library card.
Thanks to the generosity of Scenic Caves, the library is happy to be loaning out limited sets of snowshoes for the winter season.  Ask at the Front Desk for more information.

(Note: snowshoes are 3 day loans, no renewals.  Snowshoes are for all-ages but the borrowing agreement/waiver will need to be signed by an adult over the age of 18 years old)

And speaking of snowshoes...make sure to check out Champlain's Footsetps at The Craigleith Heritage Depot on Sunday January 15th from 1pm-4pm!  Celebrate Canada 150 by learning about early explorers and First Peoples in The Blue Mountains, exactly 401 years after Samuel de Champlain traveled through this region to meet the Petun!

 

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