Volunteer Doryne Levere will teach knitting to interested men and women ages 16 and up. All yarn and needles necessary will be provided, though people are welcome to donate, or bring their own. They use the local history area of the library for the best light.
Children are learning language and other important skills from the time they are infants. Developing these early literacy skills makes it easier for children to read once they begin school. Join us for reading, writing, talking, singing and playing - the five fundamental skills that get children Ready to Read! For children ages 1.5 and up. FREE. Pre-Registration not required.
Students in K-8 are welcome to join for after school fun, every weekday. We'll provide snacks and activities like science experiments, trivia contests, coding challenges, art projects, musical instruments, and crafts! Volunteers are available to help students doing homework. For more information contact Janine Warren at email@example.com or 905-871-2546, ext. 311. http://www.fepl.ca/kids_homeworkhelp for details.