Intro To 3D Printing

Intro to 3D Printing

Saturday, March 2nd  – 11:00am – 12:00pm  or, Thursday, March 14th – 6:30pm – 7:30pm 

Come to one of these sessions to learn from an expert! Find out about 3D printing, the elements of good 3D design, how to safely operate a 3D printer, and get certified to create and print your own projects.

Ages 12+.

FREE— Visit the circulation desk to register.

An Evening In Ireland & Scotland

An Evening in Ireland & Scotland

Wednesday, March 13th: 7pm

Discover the many shades of Ireland & Scotland with Jennifer Anaka. Enjoy stunning views of dramatic scenery, castles, quiet lakes, enchanting coastal roads, interesting cities & fun-loving Gaelic music. Themed refreshments & light snacks provided.

Tickets: $10 each – available at the main desk.

 

Using Your Library Online Workshop

Using Your Library Online

Wednesday, March 27th, 2-3:30pm

Step-by-step instruction on how to use the library’s online resources to manage your library account & how to find your next great read!

FREE

Space is limited, please visit the main desk to pre-register.

Seniors MakerPlace Intro

Seniors MakerPlace Intro

Tuesday, February 12, 12:30-2:30pm

Satisfy your curiosity & stimulate your imagination. This gentle introduction to the MPL MakerPlace, its equipment, technologies & project potential is specifically designed for seniors. Perfect for those who are unsure of what our MakerPlace is & what it can do for you.

FREE. Call, or visit the main desk to register.

Peer Support

Peer Support

Mondays: 11am – 12:30pm – Drop-in

Wednesdays: 5pm – 7pm – By Appointment

Come in & talk with our trained peer support worker. We provide a safe, confidential & non-judgmental environment to explore your personal goals, strengths & challenges. We can help you improve your quality of life. This is a FREE program.

Contact Kelly at kelly@midlandlibrary.com or 705-526-4216 to see what it’s all about or to book an appointment.

Better Days: Addiction Support Group

Better Days: Addiction Support Group

Mondays: 1pm – 2:30pm 

Join Chigamick Community Health Centre at the Library for a non-judgmental space & explore strategies to assist individuals to reduce or quit using alcohol and/or substances.

FREE – Drop-In program.

The Loop

The Loop

Free. Last Saturday of the month @ 2pm.

Join us for monthly gatherings to share your favourite needle craft with others. For needle crafters of all skill levels, the Loop is a way of making a time and place for your craft and a change to meet new people who share your interests.

New to knitting? Pick up new tricks and always have someone at the ready to help you through difficult parts of patterns or explain a new-to-you technique. This is a drop-in program – registration is not required.

 

Books ‘n’ Brews

Books ‘n’ Brews

A monthly book club at local pubs. A perfect way to relax, talk about great books & support our local pubs.

Interested? Please contact Jenn at Jpaquette@midlandlibrary.com

Genealogy Gems

Genealogy Gems

Third Wednesday of each month, 2:30pm

Join us for a monthly meetup to exchange tips, tricks and ideas to expand your family tree. Contact Kim about the Genealogy Gems, kmclaughlin@midlandlibrary.com or 705-526-4216.

First Chapter Indigenous Book Club

First Chapter Indigenous Book Club

MPL’s book club exploring Indigenous authors, works, and topics.

The club is currently full. Contact Faith, fshergold@midlandlibrary.com or 705-526-4216 ext. 3305, to be placed on a waitlist.

French Conversation Group

French Conversation Group

Fridays at 11:00 AM

Free – Drop In!

Looking to improve your French? Interested in increasing your repertoire past “Est-ce que je peux aller aux toilettes?” Want to learn the language without the pressure of the classroom environment?

MPL and la Clé are partnering to develop a French Conversation group.

For dates head to our calendar.

Seniors’ Drop-In

Seniors’ Drop-In

Every 2nd Wednesday.  1:00pm – 3:30pm 

Join us at the Midland Public Library for an afternoon of companionship, conversations and fun! Refreshments will be provided. This is a FREE drop-in program, registration is not required.

Sponsored by Chartwell Tiffin.

Midland Makers

Midland Makers

Thursdays starting December 6, 6-8pm

Join us for engaging speakers, exciting projects, and the chance to share and develop your own high- and low-tech interests with everyone in the community. If you have a particular technology or project of interest you’d like to present on or hear about, please contact makerplace@midlandlibrary.com. Check our website, call, or email for more details.

 

Book Club

Book Club

Join our book club, ‘Between the Covers’, and meet other friendly readers for engaging conversation on each month’s book of choice. All books are provided by the Library.

Books may be from various genres, and members are encouraged to nominate future selections.

Tech Help

Tech Help

Every Wednesday – 1-on-1 Tutorials

Figuring out a new device? Giving social media a try? If you’ve got a question about today’s technology or are looking for a little guidance, then we’re here to help!

Join a small workshop and learn with others. Or, book a 30-minute one-on-one session with a resident ‘techie’. See dates and classes here.

 

Send Us Your Suggestions!

Midland Public Library would love to hear from you! If you have an idea for an adult program that you would like to see at the library, or if you’d like to present a program at the library please let us know by sending us a message at info@midlandlibrary.com