Exhibition of the Melissa Sun Camp '' From the past to today ''
On the occasion of the Quebec Week of Mental Health and the 25th anniversary of the community organization, the exhibition will show the evolution of the organization and highlight the achievements of all those who have been involved over the years; it aims to demonstrate the importance of including people living with intellectual disabilities. The exhibition will be held at the library from March 3 to 31.
A free film for children during the March break
My life as a zucchini , an animated film for the 6 years and over, will be presented on Monday, March 5 at 10:30 a.m. in English and on Wednesday, March 7 at 10:30 a.m. in French. Admission is free thanks to the financial support of the new KIA automobile dealership in Huntingdon
My life as a zucchini recounts the story of a brave little boy who believes he is alone in the world when he loses his mother. But, he has not counted on the encounters he will have in his new life in a children's home. Then there is this little girl, Camille. When one is 10 years old, having a group of chums, falling in love, there are many things to discover and learn. And why not even happiness.
Ciné-Cinema presents Ava on March 16 and 18. See our Ciné-cinema tab for more information.
Fundraising Easter Bake Sale: Saturday, March 24
To raise the funds needed to cover the library's operating expenses, we will hold a bake sale on Saturday, March 25, from 9:30 a.m. to noon. The sale will feature a variety of goodies, cakes, tarts, squares, cookies, breads, muffins and more, all home-made by the library's team of volunteers and members who wish to offer their support by bringing in their baked goods. Come and stock up for Easter!