For a full list of all events, check out our monthly calendars: June & July Programs
Sunday May 28, 2-4pm
Has your family tree got you stumped? Join our event and check out some of the resources and experts available to help you trace your family tree. In partnership with Ontario Genealogical Society.
Family History: Start Your Search
Thursday June 8, 7 -8:30pm
Want to know how to research your family history but don’t know where to start? This basic workshop will show you how to begin your family history research, what records you need to support your family story and where to find them, and ways to organize your research. Presenter, Dorothy Kew, Librarian. To register, please call 905 615-4845
Adult Summer Celebration
Tuesday June 13, 2017, 2-4 p.m.
Featuring Maria Lynch, author of “Beneath the African Sun”. Refreshments and summer fun.
Summer Session July 3 – August 31, 2017
Registration and Ticket sales begin Saturday May 27, 2017.
For our full list of summer events, please check out our monthly calendars in Special Events.
Maker Mississauga: Tween Builders Series: Robotics
July 3, 10 & 17, 11am -12pm
Ages 10Y-13Y. Space is limited.
True North: Mad Science Experiments
July 4, 2-3pm
Ages 5Y-12Y. $5 Tickets. Space is limited.
Bert’s Glow-tacular Dance Party
July 11, 2 -2:45pm
Ages 5Y+. $3 Tickets. Space is limited.
Paws 4 Stories
July 11 & 18, Aug 15 & 22, 6-7pm
Ages 6Y+. Free. To register, call (905) 615-4845.
In partnership with St. John Ambulance- Mississauga Therapy Dogs
Toonie Tuesday Crafts
July 18 & 25, 2 – 2:30pm
Ages 3Y+. $2.00 Tickets. Space is limited.
TD Summer Reading Club
July 5, 12 & 19, 2 – 2:45pm
Ages 6Y+. Drop-in.
Maker Mississauga: Tween Series: Sew What
July 6, 1-4pm
Ages 10Y -13Y. Space is limited. To register, call (905) 615-4845.
Older Adults and the Health Care System
Tuesday May 23, 2 – 4 p.m.
Gary Hepworth, Elder Planning Consultant will speak about how to navigate the health care system. All welcome.
Sit & Knit
Wednesdays, May 17 & June 21, 7 – 8:30pm
Drop in with your knitting projects for an informal and friendly knitting circle. Open to all skill levels. Bring your own supplies.
One-on-one assistance for library eResources. Drop in or book an appointment. For more information, call (905) 615-4845
Adult Book Clubs
On summer vacation in July and August. See you again in September! For more information on what we’re reading, please check out our reading lists here
Programs for Teens
Teen Advisory Group
For teens 14-18 who want to make new friends and make a difference at their library. Interested in volunteering? Consider joining the Teen Advisory Group (TAG). Fill out this Volunteer Application Form and drop it off at the branch. Space is limited.