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Date Range: Apr 22, 2018 - Dec 12, 2018
Adult Events » Hobbies & Interests
Chess at the Library+

Join us for this monthly instructional and recreational program. While the program's goal is to teach novice players the basic strategies of the game, the emphasis is on fun, enjoyment, and learning something new. Chess is a pastime that has been embraced by young and old alike. It has been played in many cultures throughout the world for centuries. Known as the royal game, it can help develop logic, spatial thinking, and improve planning, memory, judgment, creativity, and concentration.

Event Location: RBC Learning Centre

Central
Sunday, April 22/1:00 pm

Kids Events » After School & Weekend Fun
Earth Day Celebration of Energy Efficiency+

All ages

Efficiency Nova Scotia and Green Schools Nova Scotia present an Earth Day Celebration. All are welcome to this family event featuring information and interactive games where we can learn to waste less, save money, and live more sustainable in our community.

Event Location: Lindsay Children's Room

Central
Sunday, April 22/1:00 pm

Adult Events » Computers & Technology
Teens & Tweens Events » Computers & Technology
Coding Learn Along:
Code Combat
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Learn to code by playing a game. In this month's Coding Learn Along session, we will learn coding in an interactive platform known as CODE COMBAT. Basic computer skills are required, and some coding experience is an asset.

Event Location: Creative Lab

Central
Sunday, April 22/2:00 pm

Adult Events » Music & Art
Musical Earth Day
with the Goldenberg Duo
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Susan Goldenberg, a violinist with the Kansas City Symphony, performs music from around the globe with her brother William Goldenberg, Distinguished Professor of Piano at Northern Illinois University.

Event Location: Paul O'Regan Hall

Central
Sunday, April 22/2:00 pm

Adult Events » Hobbies & Interests
Open Mindfulness in the Bay+

Each month there will be a new topic related to mindfulness and notable speakers—Dr. Timothy Walker, Brian Callahan, Alice Haspray, and Margaret Calahan—to guide us through the subject. Drop in once to check it out...or come regularly. Sessions include guided practice and discussion. No previous experience is required.

Event location: Program Room

Tantallon Public Library
Sunday, April 22/2:30 pm

Adult Events » Music & Art
Mad for Art Series
Watercolour Flower Painting Workshop with with artist Katya LeBlanc
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Painting flowers is rewarding, especially when you paint along with artist Katya LeBlanc. Watercolour is the perfect medium for flower paintings; it's delicate washes and ability to achieve transparent or translucent layering mimic the nature of the flowers themselves. From bold shapes, tiny details, depth, and range of values, flowers are a great subject with which to explore your watercolor techniques. All levels are welcome.

Captain William Spry Public Library
Sunday, April 22/3:00 pm
Registration required

Adult Events » Business and Careers
Job Search Over 45
A Workshop for Women
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This three session workshop provides women over 45 years of age with opportunities to discuss life and job search issues, to share experiences, and to learn skills in preparation for today's job search. For more information, or to register, please call 902-422-8023 or 902-422-8900. Bus tickets and funding for childcare are available upon request.

Event Location: Maxine Tynes Room

In partnership with TEAM Cooperative with Women's Employment Services

Alderney Gate Public Library
Monday, April 23/9:00 am
Registration required

Adult Events » Welcome Newcomers
English Conversation Group (Beginner Level)+

Practice English and meet new friends while learning about local community and culture. You will discuss current events and topics of personal interests in a fun and relaxing atmosphere. This is a free program. To register, please call 902-490-5740.

Bedford Public Library
Monday, April 23/9:30 am
Registration required

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