Fall programs at the Library

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Registration is now open for many of the free programs being offered this fall at the Peterborough Public Library.

Due to COVID-19, the library is keeping all programming virtual for the remainder of the year to keep community members and staff safe. There are many ways for participants to join in: by Zoom, Facebook Live, by email and even by picking up kits at the library.

To see all of the new programs we are offering, visit ptbolibrary.ca/calendar for the calendar of events. If you are looking for a specific program based on age you can visit the library’s program pages for adultsteens and children under the What’s Happening tab on the library website ptbolibrary.ca.

Here are a few of the new programs being offered at the library this fall:

Financial Literacy Sessions for Parents – In this five-part online series, members of the Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada will help parents take control of their finances and develop strategies for financial health.
Register online for Financial Literacy for Parents 

Teen Reviewers – This is a new opportunity for youth to earn volunteer hours doing something they love, reading! We will focus on how to discuss and write about books and media for different audiences and how to publish your literary opinions.
Register online for Teen Reviewers

Read Aloud Chapter Book Club  Children ages 6 to 8 can sign up to receive weekly emails where Kelly, our Children's Library Technician, will read aloud a chapter (or two) from a book, discussion prompts, games, activities, printables and other fun library resources based on themes drawn from the book.
Register online for the Read Aloud Chapter Book Club

Library programming is open to anyone who wishes to join.