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Date Range: Oct 6, 2017 - Jun 30, 2018
Preschooler Events » Preschoolers

Ages 3-5

Storytime features great picture books, felt stories and rhymes, songs and more. This program fosters independence as children attend without caregivers or work towards that goal.

Event location: Lindsay Children's Room

Tuesday, March 27/10:30 am
Registration required

Adult Events » Parenting
Parent, Baby, and Tot Drop-in
with Jo Beckett

Meet other parents for coffee, tea and conversation while your baby, tot or preschooler plays. Also, get help with breastfeeding questions or latch concerns. Jo Beckett is a doula and CAPPA-trained lactation educator.

J.D. Shatford Memorial Public Library
Tuesday, March 27/10:30 am

Kids Events » Socials & Clubs
Teens & Tweens Events » Socials & Clubs
After School Drop-In+

Ages 6+

Join us Monday through Friday for some after school fun. To register, call us at 902-209-1900.

In partnership with The Take Action Society

Dartmouth North Public Library
Tuesday, March 27/3:00 pm
Registration required

Teens & Tweens Events » Socials & Clubs
Connect the Dots
Let by The Youth Project

Ages 18 and under

LGTBQ youth and friends, drop in on the third Tuesday of every month, make connections and have fun! Led by the Youth Project. For more information, call 902-429-5429.

In partnership with The Youth Project

Captain William Spry Public Library
Tuesday, March 27/6:00 pm

Adult Events » Music & Art
Teens & Tweens Events » Music & Art
Kids Events » Music & Art

Ages 8-Adult

Join the Library in helping grow Dance Nova Scotia's BreakSpace. This Breaking ("Breakdance") workshop is open and free to all. Participants are welcome to drop in or stay the whole time. For more information, go to

Event location: Lindsay Children's Room

Supported by the Cultural and Youth Activities program of Department of Communities, Culture, and Heritage, and in partnership with Dance Nova Scotia

Tuesday, March 27/6:30 pm

Adult Events » Hobbies & Interests
Needle Niche+

Join us for an evening of stitchery and conversation. Share patterns, stitches, yarn, advice, and projects, and draw inspiration from the library's crafty resources. From beginner to advanced, everyone is welcome.

Woodlawn Public Library
Tuesday, March 27/7:00 pm

Teens & Tweens Events » Environmental & Social Issues
Hot Topics+

Ages 14-18

Discuss a new "hot topic" (ie racism, mental health, body image etc.) each week in a safe, supportive environment. We will provide the snacks and the topics each week. No program on the 3rd Tuesday of each month.

Woodlawn Public Library
Tuesday, March 27/7:00 pm

Adult Events » Business and Careers
Job Search Workshop for Women
Essential Skills for Today's Workplace

Interested in learning strategies that will further equip you to gain and maintain employment within today's labour market? Attend this four session interactive workshop to learn how to communicate effectively, work well with others, resolve problems/conflicts, and develop a mindset of continuous learning. 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 Work Cooperative with Women's Employment Services

Alderney Gate Public Library
Wednesday, March 28/9:00 am
Registration required

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