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There are approximately 300 books including middle school readers (with high interest/low level books), young adult/teen titles, Shakespeare plays, and classics.
The Valley East Library will host this information session on Saturday, March 4th @ 1 PM.
Ken Fawcett, CHCP, ROHP/RNCP, dip Hol Ird, will facilitate a talk about cancer prevention and review general considerations in an overall cancer prevention strategy.
The New Sudbury Library will host this event on Sunday, February 25th @ 1 PM.
The kimono is the most well known traditional Japanese form of clothing came into existence over 1000 years ago in Kyoto, Japan. The kimono has resurged in popularity within recent years while spreading all around the globe with kimono clubs being formed in dozens of countries. Join the Sudbury Kimono Club to learn all about the art of kimono.
The Main Library will host this information session on Wednesday, March 8th @ 6:30 PM.
Learn different styles of meal planning with Colleen Burns to save you time and money in the kitchen in this interactive meal planning workshop. Come away with easy-to-implement tips and tricks that will work with every schedule, family configuration and personality type.
Take a trip around the world with our digital travel book collection. From city and cruise guides, to books for foodies and pet owners, you can travel in style or bring only what you can carry on your back. Discover the best-kept-secrets in your own backyard or take the trip of a lifetime and cross those places off your bucket list!