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Kitchener Public Library
#46
(08-27-2015, 04:52 PM)perspectivacles Wrote: The program runs from 7:00-8:30 on the following days:
Monday September 8
Tuesday September 21
Monday October 6
Tuesday October 19
Monday November 3
Tuesday November 16

Cool! Just one note, the weekdays are incorrect. Sept 8 = Tues, Sept 21= Mon, Oct 6 = Tues, Oct 19 = Mon, Nov 3 = Tues, Nov 16 = Mon
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#47
(08-27-2015, 05:21 PM)numberguy Wrote:
(08-27-2015, 04:52 PM)perspectivacles Wrote: The program runs from 7:00-8:30 on the following days:
Monday September 8
Tuesday September 21
Monday October 6
Tuesday October 19
Monday November 3
Tuesday November 16

Cool!    Just one note, the weekdays are incorrect.    Sept 8 = Tues, Sept 21= Mon, Oct 6 = Tues, Oct 19 = Mon, Nov 3 = Tues, Nov 16 = Mon

Thanks for pointing that out! I've updated the original.
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#48
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Kitchener Public Library launched a fun new service yesterday! May We Suggest is a portal that connects readers with a staff member who provides a personalized list of suggestions – books, movies, music, recipes…whatever! Just fill out a form and you’re good to go.

From the site: “Are you looking for something new to read, watch, or listen to, but can’t decide? Ask us! Just like you, our staff have unique interests. Click on each image to decide whose interests are similar to yours, and they’ll create a personalized suggestion list for you.

Follow @KPLMayWeSuggest for additional reading, watching, and listening suggestions.”
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#49
Speaking of the Library, the Hacienda Café seems to be doing decent business.
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#50
Architect Patricia Patkau (Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery) will be speaking at the Kitchener Central Library on Thursday, November 26th at 1830hrs. Admission is free, but registration is required.

http://grandvalleyarchitects.weebly.com/...ducts.html

http://www.therecord.com/news-story/6132...kitchener/
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#51
Oh damn I missed it.
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#52
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When? Saturday, February 13th @ 2-4pm

Let's be friends! Valentine’s Day is just around the corner…what’s a better way to celebrate love than by making new friends? Whether you’ve just left the university bubble, or recently moved to Kitchener, it can be hard to meet new people.

This low-key networking event will be a fun way to form new platonic connections with other local 20/30s. Stick around after to make some cute cards. You are welcome to come alone or in a group.

Registration Required on the library website here.
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#53
KPL has launched a musical instrument lending program.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/kitchener-...-1.4197428
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