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Libraries closed and contactless pickup available on January 5.

Book clubs

While services are limited due to COVID-19 the library is offering several online book clubs.

Registration is required for each session. Visit online programs for weekly updates and to register.

Check our catalogue for print copies or visit our OverDrive site for eBook copies. You can also borrow eBooks from Hamilton Public Library, Burlington Public Library, London Public Library and Ottawa Public Library on OverDrive.

Book clubs

Third Wednesday of the month at 10 am.

January 19 – Anxious People by Fredrik Backman | Register
February 16 – The Nickel Boys by Colson Whitehead | Register
March 16 – An American Marriage by Tayari Jones | Register

Last Thursday of the month at 7 pm.

January 27 – The Push by Ashley Audrain | Register
February 24 – Beloved by Toni Morrison | Register
March 31 – The Paris Library by Janet Skeslien Charles | Register

Second Thursday of each month. 7-8 pm.

January 13 – The Death of Vivek Oji by Akwaeke Emezi | Register
February 10 – Angry Queer Somali Boy: A Complicated Memoir by Mohamed Abdulkarim Ali | Register
March 10 – You Exist Too Much by Zaina Arafat | Register

Tuesdays | 4-5 pm | January 11 to February 15 | Register

Meet weekly and connect with other book lovers, discuss your favourite books and discover your next great read. Intended for ages 13 to 19.

Connect with fellow foodies through our monthly cookbook club. Select a recipe (or two!) from the selected blog or book, cook the dish, and share your cooking experience. Second Tuesday of the month. 7-8 pm. Open to all skill levels. Ages 13+

January 11 – Choose a recipe from Yotam Ottolenghi’s  cookbooks or blog | Register
February 8 – Choose a recipe from Jessica Merchant’s cookbooks or blog | Register
March 8 – Choose a recipe from Kankana Saxena’s cookbook or blog | Register

Connect with poetry lovers along with the Mississauga Youth Poet Laureate to read a different poet’s work each month. Spend time practicing your poetic skills with writing prompts at the end of each session. In partnership with Mississauga Culture. Ages 13+ Poems are made available during the program.

January 26 | 6 pm | Ocean Vuong | Register
February 23 | 6 pm | Hanif Abdurraqib | Register
March 30 | 6 pm |  Ada Limon | Register