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Online programs

Visit Active Mississauga to view and register (if required) for library programs.

You can find digital programs and videos through the library’s Facebook and Instagram.

Refunds for 2020 March Break program tickets will be available when the Library reopens. Please bring your program ticket and receipt (if available) into the library location where the ticket was purchased to claim your refund. Refunds cannot be processed without a ticket.

Program schedule

If you have attended one of our online programs, you can fill out this feedback form to let us know how we did.

For programs past September 2020, visit Active Mississauga.

Teen book club

Date: Tuesdays September 15 to October 20 from 4 to 5 p.m.

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

Dungeons and dragons

Date: Tuesdays September 15 to October 20 from 5:30 to 8 p.m.

Play the world’s most famous role playing game via WebEx! Beginners welcome. Intended for ages 13+. Register through Active Mississauga.

English conversation circle

Date: Tuesdays September 15 to October 20 from 6 to 7 p.m.

Practice speaking English in a fun and relaxed environment. Meet new friends in the community. Intended for ages 13+. Register through Active Mississauga.

Teen movie discussion club

Date: Wednesdays September 16 to October 21 from 4 to 5 p.m.

Meet and connect with other movie lovers, discuss your favourite shows and movies and discover your next great watch. The movies will be selected as a group, on a weekly basis, and are available on Hoopla for free with your library card. Some movies may be rated 14A. Intended for ages 13 to 19. Register through Active Mississauga.

Teen social

Date: Thursdays September 17 to October 22 from 4 to 5 p.m.

Hang out and make new friends while participating in games and activities. Intended for ages 13 to 19. Register through Active Mississauga.

Knit and crochet circle

Date: Thursdays September 17 to October 22 from 6 to 7 p.m.

A knit, crochet, cross-stitch, sew and needlework session for all levels of experience. Give or get advice in a friendly, informal social circle. Intended for ages 13+. Register through Active Mississauga.

Teen Robotics club

Date: Fridays September 18 to October 23 from 4 to 5 p.m.

A coding, robotics and STEM session for all levels of experience. Explore, learn and gain interest in STEM and connect with others who have similar interests. Intended for ages 13 to 19.

Sept 18 (Guest speaker, STEM careers)

Sept 25 (TinkerCAD 3D design)

Oct 2 (Tinkercad circuitry)

Oct 9 (Python)Oct 16 (Mini hackathon)

Oct 23 (VR vex robot simulator)

Register through Active Mississauga.

Indigenous learning circle: truth and reconciliation report

Date: Tuesday September 22 from 7 to 8 p.m.

Led by Traditional Indigenous Elder Cat Criger the weekly learning circle explores Indigenous cultures, perspectives and issues. Thoughts and questions of the participants, and Indigenous teaching and philosophies will help guide the discussions to facilitate an intercultural dialogue. Join us to understand the importance of building and nurturing relationships with Indigenous Peoples. Intended for ages 13+.

Topic: Truth and Reconciliation Commission Report Delving further into the effects of the testimonies and stories of survivors; the dark history of colonization in Canada excluded from the education system. Register through Active Mississauga.

Book club

Date: Thursday September 24 from 10 to 11 a.m.

Meet and connect with other book lovers, discussing the book “The Bookshop of Yesterdays” by Amy Meyerson. This title is available in both print and electronic formats. Visit our library catalogue to place a hold. Register through Active Mississauga.

Grown in Mississauga

Date: Thursday September 24 from 7 to 8 p.m.

Discover the history about the foods grown in Mississauga by First Nations and early settlers, and find out what still grows in the city. Share stories, recipes, and experiences from your culture and lives. Presented by Museums of Mississauga. Intended for ages 13+. Register through Active Mississauga.

Author talks: Andrew Pyper and Catherine McKenzie

Date: Friday September 25 from 7 to 8 p.m.

Mississauga Library’s Author Talk series features a wide range of talented writers. Hear authors read from their books. Ask questions, learn about the writing process, and find out more about their craft of telling captivating stories. Intended for ages 13+.

Catherine McKenzie, author of national bestsellers I’ll Never Tell and The Good Liar  talks about her writing and latest novel You Can’t Catch Me. A riveting story about how far people will go to get revenge, how easily our identities can be found and stolen in the age of living our lives online.

Andrew Pyper’s latest new novel The Residence, is a terrifying ghost story based on true events, the President’s late son haunts the White House, threatening all who live in it and beyond. His previous internationally bestselling novels include The Demonologist, and The Killing Circle. Register through Active Mississauga.

Indigenous learning circle: orange shirt day and racism

Date: Tuesday September 29 from 7 to 8 p.m.

Led by Traditional Indigenous Elder Cat Criger the weekly learning circle explores Indigenous cultures, perspectives and issues. Thoughts and questions of the participants, and Indigenous teaching and philosophies will help guide the discussions to facilitate an intercultural dialogue. Join us to understand the importance of building and nurturing relationships with Indigenous Peoples. Intended for ages 13+.

Topic: Orange shirt day and racism
Developing a national day of awareness. The philosophies of Indigenous pedagogies and the cultural and racial barriers in education. Register through Active Mississauga.

 

 

To attend a live children’s program, visit the Library’s Facebook page.

If you have attended one of our online programs, you can fill out this feedback form to let us know how we did.

For programs past September 2020, visit Active Mississauga.

Multilingual family storytime (various languages)

Date: Wednesdays May 20 to December 16 at 2 p.m.

Stories, songs, rhymes and early literacy activities in English and another language that the whole family can enjoy at home!

Baby storytime

Date: Fridays June 5 to December 18 at 9:30 a.m.

Sing, clap, bounce, tickle, laugh and read together with your baby! It’s never too early to introduce your child to books and reading.

Preschool storytime

Date: Tuesdays and Thursdays July 14 to December 17 at 2 p.m.

An action-packed program to help get your child ready for and excited about learning to read! We will sing, discover and read together while exploring basic FUNdamentals including letters, numbers, shapes, colours and more!

Family storytime

Date: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays August 24 to December 18 at 11 a.m.

An interactive program with stories, songs, rhymes and early literacy activities.