Library provides spring programs for all ages

Spring is here, and so is the opportunity to discover something new at the library, like the innovative Makerspace.

A Makerspace is a collaborative area for exploring, learning, and sharing that uses various tools.

The library’s Makerspace contains 3D printers, crafting supplies, Cricut machines, robotics, sewing machines, STEAM kits and toys, and more.

The Makerspace allows participants to develop their own interests by building and creating with both the high-tech and low-tech tools available. You can register for a program or visit during the drop-in hours.

For another creative experience, children ages 9-12 can register to participate in the Murder of Archibald Grim Mystery Party ($10/child). In this captivating event, each child will receive a character to play, and together, the characters unfold a tale of intrigue and suspense.  Children are encouraged to dress up as their character with costumes and props, but it is not required.  Join the fun on April 20 from 2 to 4 p.m. for an afternoon of detective work, complete with refreshments, as we unravel the secrets of Archibald Grim’s demise.

If you think children are the only ones who can have fun at the library, think again. With the resurgence of people gathering to play cards and board games, the library has developed an adult cards and games group. For adults aged 18 and over, this free, drop-in group meets weekly on Sunday afternoons from 1 to 4 p.m. to play classic card and board games and new favourites.

Visit for more information or to register for one of the spring programs.



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