Now is a great time to discover and learn something new through the programs and services at the Whitchurch-Stouffville Public Library.
Whether it’s a book club for kids, teen meetings, tutoring or help for job seekers, the library has something for everyone.
The Boys’ Book Club and the Girls’ Book Club encourages kids aged 9-12 to explore new authors and discuss books with their peers.
This free club meets monthly and all books are provided. The next meeting will be held via Zoom on September 24 from 4-5 p.m. for girls and on September 27 from 4 – 5 p.m. for boys.
Registration for this program is open in WS Play Online; search for barcode 17699 for girls and barcode 17698 for boys. Email [email protected] or call 905-642-7323 ext. 5228 for more information.
The Library’s Teen Advisory Group (TAG-Teen) is composed of teens who meet monthly to share their ideas, opinions, and plans for library programs for teens.
These meetings count toward teens completing their student community service hours. This program is free and will be presented via Zoom. For more information and program dates, email [email protected].
For those in need of tutoring or help with their job search, Brainfuse is a great option. It is an online tutoring service and job assistance platform that you can access with your library card.
Brainfuse Help Now features tutors that support the Ontario Curriculum, from K-12, everyday from 2 – 11 p.m. The service also provides live online assistance and other resources such as a resume lab and online live interview coaching for job seekers. Email [email protected] or call 905-642-7323 ext. 5234 for assistance or to learn more about the product.
Visit wsplibrary.ca for more details.
Photo: Library CEO Margaret Wallace has lots of programs planned for this fall.