Library keeps you busy, mentally and physically

As the winter weather cools things down, the Stouffville Library encourages you to warm up to the idea of borrowing a new item or attending a program at the library.

Adult programming has received an upgrade this year with a program dedicated to focusing on you.

On February 1 at 7:30 p.m., Sheeba Uzzaman, owner and lead organizer of Simplify with Sheeba, will be sharing the benefits of having an organized home. Register for this program at using barcode 25671.

Budding teen chefs can develop their culinary skills at the library’s monthly Cooking with Teens program.  This virtual program, held via Zoom, allows teens of all skill levels to learn how to cook a meal. The next Cooking with Teens program will be held on February 11 from 11:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.

On Family Day, Monday, February 20, the library will be open from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. and has activities for everyone to enjoy, including crafts, performers, and Makerspace events.

Looking to spend more time outdoors? Snowshoeing is an excellent winter activity for families and friends to do together. Snowshoe kits paired with adjustable poles and a carrying bag are available to borrow for up to seven days. Don’t have a library card? Get one today!

February 14 is Customer Appreciation Day. Stop by and join the library team for a warm beverage and some sweet treats.

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Photo: Snowshoeing is an excellent winter activity for families and friends to do together. 

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