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Adult Summer Reading Club

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Adult Summer Reading is back!

Are you passionate about a particular genre? Do you want to discover a new genre to rave about? Adults are encouraged to take part in the summer reading fun. For every 5 books read, you will get one entry to win a prize at the end of the summer. The more you read, the better your odds. Reading logs can be picked up at any Library location or online.

To get an extra entry in the draw, stop by any branch for our bean bag toss to choose the genre of your next book! Simply throw a bean bag and pick a book from that genre. There will be a special ballot for you to fill out that will be added to the draw. Only one toss per week.

Just register online at the link below, login and start adding books you are reading this summer. You can also fill out a registration form at any St. Catharines Library location

Participants can also sign up and submit their titles read online at the Expand Your Horizons - Adult Summer Reading website.

If you have any questions, please see Library staff at the Information Desk or call 905-688-6103 ext. 227!

Convert Your VHS Tapes to DVDs

At the Central Library, you will be able to convert your personal VHS tapes to DVDs. You can convert the entire VHS tape or selected segments. The equipment will perform the conversion but it will not change or improve upon the image on the VHS tape. Commercially produced tapes can not be converted. 

For more details or to book an appointment please call Adult Information Services at 905-688-6103 ext. 211.

Moccasin Talks - Reclaiming Indigenous Identity Through Storytelling and the Performing Arts

Please join us as Sixties Scoop witness Nicole Joy-Fraser (Bear Clan-Cree, Métis, Denezaa-Treaty 8 and Settler Heritage) shares both her personal journey back home to her First Nations culture and the gifts of hand drum song birthed from her fulfilling career as an Indigenous Performing Artist.

  • Saturday, November 23
  • 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
  • Central Library, Mills Room
  • Free
  • Tickets are required and are available at all library locations.
  • Co-Sponsored by Kakekalanicks Indigenous Consulting Company