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Bathurst Clark library programs

Thinking of things to do with your children? There are some exciting events and programs coming up at the Bathurst Clark Resource Library. They include:

  • Helping Hands, a family volunteering project, on Sunday, Dec. 11th at 2pm
  • Make It! Learn It! Create It! programming, including:
    • Hour of Code on Friday, Dec. 9th at 4pm
    • Colouring 2.0 on Thursday, Jan. 5th at 12:30pm
    • Let’s Build a Computer on Friday, Jan. 20th at 11am (for ages 8-12, limited to 10 participants. Pre-register at the Service Desk at the Bathurst Clark Resource Library)
    • Robot Day on Friday, Feb, 3rd at 11am
    • STEAM Club, Tuesdays at 7pm between Jan. 10th and Feb. 28th (for ages 7 and up)
  • Puppet Show on Thursday, January 5th at 11am
  • Kid’s Book Club, first Wednesday of each month at 7pm (ages 8-12)
  • Family Literacy Day on Thursday Jan. 26th at 6:30pm at the City Playhouse (pick up your free tickets at any VPL branch beginning Monday, Jan. 2nd)
  • Family Day celebration on Monday, Feb. 20th from 1-5pm, including a Rob Joy Winter Concert at 2pm (tickets are $5 per person and can be purchased at the branch starting Wednesday, Feb. 1st)
If you would like to learn more about any program or event listed above, please do not hesitate to contact me at rachel.korman@vaughan.ca or 905-653-7323 ex. 4122.
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