York University | Science Engagement Programs Children’s Workshops at Erin Meadows Library
York University Science Engagement Program Workshops
2017 in Mississauga is made possible due to the generous
support of Amgen Canada.
Saturday, April 29th, 2017
Great science plays here.
Register now for children's science workshops delivered by York University's
renowned Science Engagement Programs. Workshops are designed for children
from Grade 3 to Grade 8.
EYE-R – 9:30am to 10:45am (Ages 8 to 10)
Students will learn about different forms of electromagnetic radiation and its
harmful effects on the human eye.
Animal Adaptations– 11:00am to 12:30pm (Ages 8 to 10)
Students will investigate the principles of evolution and build models of animals
adapted to various environments.
Thermos– 1:00pm to 2:15pm (Ages 11 to 14)
Students will investigate the properties of different materials and their ability to
retain, transfer, repel and absorb heat.
Water Filtration– 2:30pm to 3:45pm (Ages 11 to 14)
Students will construct water filtration devices and investigate how improper
disposal of harmful contaminants has serious impacts on animal and human health.
To register, please visit Erin Meadows Library or Phone 905-615-4750.
Programs for Adults
Stress Free & Debt Free Retirement Plan
Would you like to retire by design or by default? This is an educational workshop that will help you achieve financial security and peace of mind. Take this financial fitness workshop to ensure you do not run out of money and achieve greater independence. Join us if you… want a pre-retirement investment strategy, want to build wealth even after retirement and want to protect your nest egg and pay less taxes.
Saturday April 1, 2017 | 2 – 3:30 pm
Program Room 1
Free. Call or visit to register.
Speaker: David Duong, CPA, CMA, CIM®, B.Comm
Financial Security Advisor | email@example.com
5-Day Job Search Workshop for New Immigrants to Canada
Erin Meadows Library Program Room 1
The Job Search Workshop (JSW) program offers pre-employment training to newcomers. It assists them in gaining knowledge and skills to: better understand Job search strategies, Canadian employers' perspectives, develop job search tools (Resume) and Interview Skills, and to learn the next steps relating to the job search process in a computerized environment. It is conducted by a Specialist, who also helps in developing a personalized action plan.
March 6 to March 10, 2017 from 9:30 am to 3:00 pm,
Admission is free. Call 905-615-4750 x2086 to register.
Hosted by Peel Multicultural Council
Itinerant Settlement Services
Newcomer settlement information.
Drop in. Please call 905 615-4750 x 2086 for dates and times.
Hosted by Peel Multicultural Council.
English Conversation Circle
Program Room 1
For newcomers to Canada wishing to improve their fluency, build their vocabulary and gain confidence in speaking English.
Fridays from 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm.
Admission is free. Drop in. For more information call 905-615-4750 x2086.
Hosted by Polycultural Immigrant &Community Services
Consider joining the Teen Advisory Group (TAG), or becoming a Computer Buddy or Reading Buddy. Pick up an application at the branch. Complete the application as clearly and accurately as possible, indicating days and times you are available. Return your completed application form to a library staff member at the location where you would like to volunteer. Direct inquiries to Volunteers.Library@Mississauga.ca.
Your local library offers class visits and outreach programs during the school year. To arrange a visit, contact your nearest library. View the list of Mississauga schools partnered with Erin Meadows Branch under Erin Meadows Quick Clicks.