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Adult Programs

The Orillia Public Library has many fun and informative programs for adults and seniors!  Check out our Calendar of Events for more details!

Upcoming Programs

Blind Date With a Book
February 1st-22nd
Take a chance on love this month with our fourth annual "Blind Date With A Book"!  We will pick books we love and wrap them in brown paper with a "personal ad" attached.  Rate your love connection and hand in your ballot for a chance to win a romantic lunch for two at Apple Annie's Cafe

Nerf Battle: Slytherin vs. Gryffindor
Saturday, February 25
5:00 p.m.
Bring your un-modified Nerf guns to the Library for a fun game of Nerf Capture the Flag!  The theme is Gryffindor vs. Slytherin.  You will be sorted into a house upon registration.  Show your house pride by wearing a costume or your house colours.  Don't be late!  Open to adults 18+ who hold a Library card in good standing.  $4 per person; pizza and drinks provided.  Please register, space is limited.

All the Other Things: Podcast Club
Tuesday, February 28
6:30 pm
Fireplace Room
Just like bookclub, but for podcasts! Discover new podcasts at OPL's newest club! This month we are listening to podcasts that provide a refreshingly modern take on classical music. Please RSVP to receive this month's listening list.

Bookworms Bookclub
Thursday, March 2
1:30 p.m.
Program Room
We will be discussing A"One More Day" by Mitch Albom.  Please RSVP to get a copy and join the group.

Living With Early Dementia Coffee Hour
Tuesday, March 7 & 21
10:00-11:00 am
Program Room 1
People with early stages of dementia are welcome to come with their caregivers to this drop-in social time. Puzzles and activities will be provided, as well as a chance to chat, share experiences, and enjoy each other's compnay. No registration required.  

Ukulele Jam
Tuesday, March 7
6:00 p.m.
Program Room
Bring your ukulele and jam with some others! This partnership with the Sunshine Ukulele Network encourages fun and friendly playing together!  All are welcome; no registration required.