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Adult Programs

Upcoming Programs
 
 
Human Library - Sat. October 20th 11-3 pm
"Check out" a "human book" at this free event!

Introduction to Ancestry - Sat. October 27th 2-4 pm
Learn how to use the largest genealogical database in the world!

Harry Potter Trivia Night - Tues. October 30th 6-7:30 pm
Win prizes by answering Harry Potter trivia from both the books and the movies! FREE event!

Writing Your Life Stories Workshop - Thursdays in November 10-12:30 pm
A five-part workshop led by Linda Bond, designed to boost your confidence and refine the skills needed to produce your best writing.

Author Richard Pyves - Sat. November 3rd at 11 am
In honour of the 100th anniversary of the World War I armistice, Mr. Pyves will be discussing his book Courage, Sacrifice and Betrayal.

Financial Literacy Basics - Tues. November 6th at 6 pm
This workshop will cover chartered banks and credit unions, the different kinds of interest, loans, credit, investments, and much more! 

 

 

Check out our What's On Calendar for more information or call the Information Services department at 613-968-6731 x 2037.

Check Out A Skill
You've checked out plenty of books to learn on your own, why not 'check out a skill' and get one-on-one help to learn something new?!?!
 
Visit the second floor staff, call 613-968-6731 x 2037 or email infoserv@bellevillelibrary.ca to tell us what you'd like to learn: a staff member will set up an appointment for you to come in and spend an hour learning something new. Some of our most frequently requested skills include using Facebook or Skype; using a tablet or eReader; how to upload photos to a computer; and how to research family history.
 
Adult Computer Workshops
The Information Services Department is pleased to offer Adult Computer Workshops to BPL members at no cost. If you know someone who might benefit from learning the basics of using a computer, using the internet or email, please contact Information Services located on the 2nd floor or by telephone at 613-968-6731 x 2037. Pre-registration is required, space is limited; priority will be given to those who have not already taken the course and those who have a valid library card.
 
Book Clubs
Join us for a cozy chat about the books you love, either in the afternoon or the evening, whichever suits you best!  Click here for all the details.