Brownsburg-Chatham’s celebrates Public Library week

Brownsburg-Chatham’s public library is celebrating Quebec’s Public Library Week, which start on October 21, by preparing multiple activities and workshops for all to enjoy. People who are registered or that registers at the library can participate to a contest where they can win one of three $100 coupons for purchases at the library.

In collaboration with La Branche Culturelle, the Canadian Nature Museum will be presenting the Ornithology in a Box exposition. La Branche Culturelle will also be hosting a scarecrow competition where all the scarecrows will be showcased in front of the library to be judged.  During the week, the library will not be charging late fees on books.

On Tuesday, October 24, a Facebook workshop will be given at the library; places are limited so the library suggests registering as soon as possible. Participants are invited to bring their own computers but there are a few computers that are available in the café.

The week will end on October 28 with a tale written and told by Mario Chabot called “Brume le petit stégosaure”. The tale starts with an egg hatching on a foggy morning. A little stegosaurus emerged and started to live with his herd where he learned to eat, live with friends and run from predators! Kids are encouraged to make a lot of noise!

The library is situated at 200, rue MacVicar, Brownsburg-Chatham and can be reached at 450 533-5355 or [email protected]


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