Erin Meadows Library
Erin Meadows Library

2800 Erin Centre Blvd. L5M 6R5 905-615-4750 
ErinMeadows.Library@mississauga.ca
 
Manager
Erica Conly 905-615-3200 X2092

Hours  
Mon-Thu 8am-9pm
Fri 8am-6pm
Sat 9am-5pm
Sun 1-5pm
 
Please contact library for specific dates for holiday hours.
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Program Calendars

   
May  June - July  

Erin Meadows Library Presents

First Nations Culture: Artifacts  of the Pacific Northwest
Thursday, July 20
2:00 to 3:00 pm
Ages 9 Y+   Free   Limit 25   Call or visit to register : 905 615-4750
Participants will explore the distinctive designs of ceremonial and everyday objects traditionally made by the Indigenous peoples of the Northwest Coast. In partnership with the Royal Ontario Museum
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First Nations Culture: Iroquois Artifacts
Thursday, July 13
2:00 to 3:00 pm
Ages 9Y+   Free   Limit 25    Call or visit to register : 905 615-4750 
Participants will develop an understanding of traditional and contemporary Iroquois culture as revealed in artifacts, with a special focus on Iroquois beadwork. In partnership with the Royal Ontario Museum
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Programs at Erin Meadows Library

Awaken to Your Exquisite Life Now
Program Room 1
Sat June 03, 2017 
2:00 – 3:30 pm
Ages 16+ Free .Call or visit to register. 
Speakers: Janice Basili & Linda Rosekat, Janice Basilli & Associates Motivational Speakers 
Join us to learn strategies on how to receive and open up to the infinite abundance in the universe, practice basic meditation principles to help you connect to your joy, understand and reflect on the concepts of the Already Principle, and develop a daily spiritual practice to connect you to the NOW.

Author visit: Etta Kaner, Silver Birch Nominee 2017 
Program Room 1
Thursday, July 13, 2017
11:00 – 12 noon
Ages 8-11Y   Free   Visit or call 905-615-4750 to register.
Award winning author Etta Kaner presents her book “Friend or Foe: the Whole Truth about Animals That People Love to Hate”. She discusses the negative and positive sides of animals such as rats, cockroaches, leeches, snakes, etc., then asks students for their opinions – friend or foe.  
Etta then shares the secrets of how written voice and book design are used to persuade the reader to agree with a certain perspective.
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Newcomer Programs

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



Youth Programs

Lunchtime Gaming for Teens

Erin Meadows Library, Program Room 1
Drop-in and play your favourite video games.  
Playstation 4, Wii U, Catan, Jenga, Chess, Scrabble and more.
Thursdays –  May to June 8th.
11:00 – 1:00pm
Ages 13 – 18yrs
Admission is Free

Afterschool Gaming for Teens
Erin Meadows Library, Program Room 1
Drop-in and play your favourite video games.  
Playstation 4, Wii U, Catan, Jenga, Chess, Scrabble and more.
Thursdays –  May to June 8th.
2:30 – 4:00   
Ages 12+
Admission is free
 
Youth Volunteering
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.



Teacher Information

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.

 

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English Conversation Circles
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