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Adult Programs & Events

North Perth Public Library

Come craft & create! Bring or start a new project to work on in the company of others. Drop by for any of these events, but do not forget to bring your own materials. 

May: 

Listowel Branch: May 30, 1:30-2:30pm 

Monkton Branch: May 29, 1:30-2:30pm 

 

June:

Listowel Branch: June 27, 1:30-2:30pm

Monkton Branch: June 26, 1:30-2:30pm

Join us for a calming evening of slow stitching! This art form is meant to be meditative and relaxing, all while you create something handmade and beautiful. 

Listowel Branch: June 11, 6:30pm < REGISTER

Name a better evening... D&D fun with friends! Join our monthly Dungeons & Dragons adventure! 

Listowel Branch: First Tuesday of each month < PROGRAM FULL (Join Waitlist)

Drop by to chat with other individuals passionate about D&D to begin the formation of a new club. There will be no game play, simply a meet and greet to begin the formation of a new group. 

Listowel Branch: June 8, 11am - 1pm

Drop by for part 2 of gardening series! We will have a guest to talk about Composting and Vermicompost (https://wormwrangler.org/)

Listowel Branch: June 19, 6:30-7:30pm

Please note: All book clubs are currently full. Join the waitlist! 

All book clubs meet September to June (no July/August dates)

Listowel Branch

  • First Monday of each month at 1:00 – Fiction
  • 2nd Thursday of each month at 10:30 – Fiction
  • Last Wednesday of each month at 7pm – Fiction
  • 3rd Tuesday of every other month at 2:00 – Non -Fiction 

 

Monkton

  • 2nd Wednesday of each month at 1:30 – Fiction 
  • 3rd Wednesday of each month at 7:30 – Fiction

Atwood

  • 3rd Wednesday of each month at 2:00- Fiction

 

Off site -Partnership between North Perth Rec and North Perth Library

  • 3rd Monday of each month at 11:00

How Does it Work?

Patrons can take up to 5 packets of seeds per visit, this will allow as many people as possible to use this service.

Take your seeds home, plant them and enjoy growing, harvesting and eating your crops. If you wish to save some of your seeds to donate to the Seed Library you can collect them at the end of the growing season or as the plants produce seeds.

 

How Do You Donate or Return Your Seeds?

Once you have collected seeds from your crop, set some aside for yourself and the library if you wish to return some. You must let your seeds dry before storing them in paper envelops in a cool dry place.

We will accept seeds returned in their original envelop, or an envelope labeled with the following information:

 

Common Name

Days to Maturity

Year Saved

Location Grown

 

Drop your seeds off to a staff member any time.

We will also take donations of new packages of seeds including vegetables, herbs, flowers and fruit to help us add to our collection.

For more information, check out our seed lending library pamphlet. 

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