Make the Library a Destination this Holiday Season
Fun and free holiday programing is happening at many library branches throughout the city between December 8th and the new year. Come on your own, bring a friend or family member to participate in activities and stay entertained all season long. Browse a full list of programs or call your local branch for the latest up-to-date information.
Programs highlights include:
- Young Voices writing workshops for preteens and teens
- An exhibition of original artwork by Maurice Sendak, (Where the Wild Things Are). Come aboard a reconstruction of Max's boat to take a picture and make a plasticine Wild Thing!
Don’t forget you can download books and magazines, and stream audio and video even when branches are closed. On social media, join in the conversation for more recommendations #LetItSnowLetUsDownload and share your favourite downloads with the community.
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