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Upcoming Programs/Events

Upcoming Programs/Events


Starting Your Family Tree
Tuesday, September 16th
2-3:30pm
Programming Room

Have you always wanted to create your family tree?  Join us for our "Beginner Family Tree" program!  Please register for this free program.  Please call 705-325-2338 or email Jayne for more information.

Genealogy Club
Thursday, September 18th
2pm
Programming Room

Join the Genealogy Club and meet with Genealogy-minded people!  Beginners to experts, everyone is invited.  Call 705-325-2338 or email us to register.  Free!

September 19, 2014 is Settlement Day at the OPL!

Afternoon Tea Q&A with Big Read author Ann Birch
2-3pm
Fireplace Room

Join us for afternoon tea as Ann Birch guides us through the trials and tribulations of writing historical fiction.  This will be followed by a Q&A and prizes!  Please call 705-325-2338 or email us to register for this free event.  Registration is limited.

Big Read Boat Cruise on the Island Princess with Ann Birch 
7:30-9pm
Port of Orillia, Island Princess
Join "Settlement" author Ann Birch for a cruise of Lake Couchiching and enjoy a glass of wine and nibblies!  $20 per ticket.  Tickets can be purchased at the CheckOut Desk.  Please call 705-325-2338 or email us for more information.

Research your Family Tree Online!
Tuesday, September 23rd
10:30-11:30am
Computer Lab
Discover the content and use of Ancestry Library, a popular genealogy database as well as other relevant websites.   Please call 705-325-2338 or email us to register.  Free!

Ukulele Jam
Tuesday, October 7th
6-8pm
Programming Room
Come and join the Sunshine Ukulele Network for a fun evening!  Any skill level is welcome! Drop in and strum with us.  Call 705-325-2338 or email us for more information.

New BookClub!: Books on Tap
Wednesday, October 8th
7:30-8:30pm
Brewery Bay Food Company
117 Mississaga Street East
"Books on Tap" is the Library's newest Book Club!  Meet in a private room at Brewery Bay to relax, talk books, and enjoy a tasty beverage!. Sarah Babineau will lead a discussion of "Best Laid Plans" by Terry Fallis: A burnt-out political aide quits just before an election -- but is forced to run a hopeless campaign on the way out.  Copies of the book are available at the CheckOut Desk.  Register now!








 

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