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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.

The Universe’s “Book of Records”

The study of the universe, by its very nature, is a study of exotic extremes. Featuring elements that are billions of times bigger or brighter than we could imagine, travelling almost at light speed, time-warping gravity, and mind-numbing distances, there are places where the laws of physics that normally explain our world… simply can’t! Just how bizarre can the universe get? Inspired by the Guinness World Records books, Dr. Brian Pihack will take you on a guided tour of the biggest, brightest, hottest, and meanest record holders in the universe’s ”book of records”.

  • Wednesday, January 23
  • 7:00 pm
  • Central Library, Mills Room
  • Free

3D Printing Basics

Learn the basics of 3D printing and find out how the Library’s MakerBot Replicator works, how to find and download 3D files from Thingiverse, and see one of our 3D printers in action.

  • Ages 15 and above
  • Tuesday, January 22, 2019
  • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
  • Central Library, Learning Resource Centre
  • Registration is required and is limited to 8 participants

Cost of printing is $5.00 for all prints up to and including 30 grams of filament, plus an additional $0.15 for each additional gram. Printing will be done according to the Library’s 3D Printing Policy.