Events and Programs!

Scientists in Situ. You’re invited to participate in a fun, hands-on STEM workshop! Magical Science 60 minutes | Ages 4-12*Discover a magical force that will levitate particles. Scatter light and create illusions that will thrill your audience. Experiment with colourful teas and unusual potions on this magical science adventure!*Children under six may require the assistance of an adult. DATE: JULY 10, 2024                     TIME: 10:30 AM  TO REGISTER: VISIT OR CALL THE
BLIND RIVER PUBLIC LIBRARY
TO REGISTER
705-356-7616   Scientists in School /scientifiques à l'école. Want to know more? We’re happy to help.
bookings@scientistsinschool.ca | 905-837-9626/1-866-678-3434
Scientists in School is a leading Canadian science education charity (867139537RR0001)
www.scientistsinschool.ca
Joignez-vous à nous, où que vous soyez, pour participer à desATELIERS VIRTUELS STIM.  La chimie des bonbons60 minutes/25 participantspour les 4-12 ansVous découvrirez les faits scientifiques surprenants qui se cachent derrière un sachet de Skittles, ainsi que les concepts de solubilité, de flottabilité et de réactivité. Calculez la probabilité de trouver votre couleur de bonbon favorite. Une exploration tout à fait … délicieuse!*Il se peut que les enfants sous l’âge desix ans aient besoin d’aide d’une adulte.  Date: 24 juillet 2024 Temps: 10:30 am Enregistrer: Visitez ou appelez la bibliothèque publique de Blind River au 705-356-7616.  Veut en savoir plus? bookings@scientistsinschool.ca905-837-9626/1-866-678-3434 Scientists in School/ Scientifiques à l'école.  Scientifiques à l’école est un organisme de bienfaisance canadien enregistré (no 867139537RR0001) | www.scientifiquesalecole.ca
TD Summer Reading Club 2024. Reading fun for kids from Canada's public libraries. Get Your Summer Read On! Storytime and activities every Thursday at 10:30 am at the Library starting July 4. tdsummerreaadingclub.ca. Co-created and delivered by over 2,200 public libraries across Canada, this national bilingual program is developed by Toronto Public Library in Partnership with Library and Archives Canada. Sponsorship is generously provided by TD Bank Group. Blind River Public Library/ bibliotheque publique Blind River. Toronto Public Library. Library and Archives Canada. Bibliotheque et Archives Canada. TD/ TD Ready commitment.
Tackle Share Check out a FREE fishing rod and tackle today. Free fishing on Family Fishing Week ~ June 29 - July 7 (for Canadian residents only)
Annual big book sale
Come  and check out our big book sale!
New items added all the time.
BRPL Seed Library. Borrow, Grow, Return. Take seeds for free, sow, grow, and return seeds to share.
Blind River Public Library's memorial or honour program is a great way to pay lasting tribute to a loved one.

You simply request that a book or books be added to the Library in memory or honour of the person.

The Library completes the bookplate and secures it to the inside flap of the book(s) bought with your contribution.
Jigsaw Puzzle swap at the library.
Come to the Blind River Public Library to swap your gently-used jigsaw puzzles for a different one.
Nordic walking poles available to borrow from library.

Events and Programs

You can now borrow a Day-time Use Vehicle Permit to Ontario parks from your library.  The passes will provide day time use for one vehicle and its occupants, allowing access to over 100 provincial parks (does not include overnight). This program is part of the Healthy Parks Healthy People initiative. For the Parks listed below, library patrons who have borrowed a  Day-time Use Vehicle Permit are strongly recommended to obtain an Advance Daily Vehicle Permit from the park to ensure entry on planned visit day. Obtaining an Advance Daily Vehicle Permit for the listed parks will allow people to plan ahead, which means more time on the beach or trails and less time in long lines, and guarantee they have a parking spot upon arrival.    Advance Daily Vehicle Permits  are available at the following parks:          Algonquin, Arrowhead, Batchawana Bay, Craigleith, Darlington, Forks of the Credit*, Kakabeka Falls*, Kettle Lakes, Lake Superior, Long Point, Mono Cliffs*, North Beach, Pinery, Presqu’ile, Sandbanks Sibbald Point, and Turkey Point, Bass Lake, Blue Lake, Bonnechere, Driftwood, Kap-Kig-Iwan, Mara, McRae Point, Pancake Bay, Point Farms, Rainbow Falls, Rushing River*, Samuel de Camplain, Selkirk, Six Mile Lake, Voyageur, Windy Lake. (parks with * also offer hourly permits) Contact library staff for more info 705-356-7616 or email blindriverlibrary@gmail.com
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