Welcome to your weekend! We’ve got so much going on that we had to put it all here in one place for you.
A live music performance, artist-at-work demonstration, two great Free Flicks, an info session on refugee sponsorship, and not one, but TWO Star Wars events.
Heading to Kitchener Market? Take the kids and take a break in the Kitchener Public Library Kids’ Club on the upper level with crafts, songs, and stories.
Looking for an e-reader or tablet as a holiday gift or for yourself? We can help. Come see us at the Tech Cafe.
It’s an Etsy world, we’re just living in it. See members of the KW Rug Hooking Guild at work. Feel free to chat and ask questions of these artisans.
Check out Music in the Lounge, live music in the Reading Lounge at Central Library.
This weekend, critically acclaimed singer/songwriter Lynn Jackson. Free to you, but our performers are paid.
Learn more about Lynn’s music.
Free Flicks: the hilarious Trainwreck, starring Amy Schumer. Rated 18A. Closed captioning available upon request.
Do you have what it takes to be a Jedi? Find out at the Jedi Training Academy. Costumes welcome! Gr. 1-6
The first Syrian refugees arrived in Canada this week. Do you want to learn more about sponsoring refugees? Come to this free info session on private Group of Five Sponsorship.
Be part of Year of Code Waterloo Region’s biggest learning event ever! Join us for a Star Wars Hour of Code workshop – fun for the whole family. Just drop in.
Free Flicks: My favourite Christmas movie, Elf – on the big screen, with our new Christie Digital projector.
“I just like to smile. Smiling’s my favourite!”
On both Saturday and Sunday, be sure to stop in at the Art Gallery at Central Library for Mediating Nature, a beautiful mixed media exhibit by artist Meg Harder.
And, save the date: Next weekend, on Saturday, December 19th, Roch Carrier will be here reading from his classic book, The Hockey Sweater. Join us for a Q & A, book signing, activities for children, and a chance to win tickets to the Yuletide Spectacular with the KW Symphony.
See you this weekend at your Kitchener Public Library!