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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.
Adult Book Club featuring A Minor Chorus by Billy-Ray Belcourt
Date and time
Oakville Public Library-Woodside Branch
1274 Rebecca Street
Offered in English.
Love it or hate it, come and discuss it! Our Book Clubs are a great way to meet other book lovers and participate in lively discussions. Ages 18+
This month we will be discussing A Minor Chorus by Billy-Ray Belcourt.
Pick up a copy of your title from Woodside Branch and share your thoughts in our monthly meet-up. Registration is required.
Skills Learned: Critical Thinking, Collaboration, Social Skills, Communication
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Oakville Public Library
Oakville Public Library (OPL) strives to fulfill our mission of cultivating discovery and creativity in every phase of life. Our vision is to inspire Oakville, and we are focused on exceptional customer service to meet the needs of the children, youth, adults and seniors utilizing our physical or online services. We continue to be agile in our mandate to meet the needs of Oakville residents.
As part of this year’s Culture Days initiative to promote wellness, Oakville Public Library hosts a variety of programs and events that connecting community and culture through engaging activities that will stimulate, educate and entertain.
Parking is available for free at all branches with the exception of Central Branch where the first hour is free and then metered parking is available.