Wild Ontario Summer Launch Party

We are wild about summer!  So much so that we’ve invited falcons, kestrels, and owls, the raptor ambassadors of Wild Ontario to our Summer Launch Party. 

Learn new facts about their habitats, conservation and more. Meet our TD Summer Reading Club staff, pick up your Summer Reading kit, and join in fun activities.

This program will take place at the Upper Queen's Park Bandshell. For more information, contact Robyn at / x 132.

Reading Buddies

Reading Buddies, a one-to-one reading program for school aged children. Children will have the opportunity to read to and play games with a trained volunteer.  Buddies are available for both French and English reading, depending on availability of French volunteers. This program is most effective when participants read together weekly, so children are encouraged to attend for the full 8 weeks.

Family Fort Fun

Bring the whole family to the library and build a fort!  We will supply the materials, you supply the creativity & imagination! Share stories together by flashlight.

All ages welcome at this free, drop-in program!

Family Band Jam with Kim Souch

Band jam is a fun, interactive music recreation program.  This high energy, live stage program will appeal to participants of all ages. Try out different musical instruments, take your turn at singing at a microphone, dance & sing along!

This free, drop-in program is located at the Avon Mennonite Church, 90 Greenwood Drive.

Unplugged Fun

Unplug from electronics. Challenge your brain and your friends with board games, crokinole, Twister, checkers and more. Fun for all ages.

This free, drop-in program will take place in the Auditorium.

Community Carnival

Ever wonder how to juggle?  Want to practice golf skills, skee ball throwing or other games of chance? Come to Festival Martketplace Shopping Centre for fun games, lots of activities, face painting and more.

This free, drop-in program is located at Festival Marketplace Shopping Centre, 1067 Ontario St.

Spring STEAM

Grow together! Plant your own mini greenhouse, make spring-inspired music with Makey Makeys, design flowers with Spirographs, and so much more!

This is a free, drop-in program for all ages.

For more information, contact Steph at / x123.

Freedom to Read Week

Stratford Public Library fights for your right to read banned and challenged books! 

Join us for Freedom to Read Week from February 24th - March 2nd. We will be highlighting our favourite banned and challenged books all week long with best-of lists, displays and some fun online visuals. Get involved by voting for your favourite banned books! 

Baby Steps

An hour-long program for infants and caregivers. This program includes a play time before story time giving families a chance to socialize and interact with one another.  Songs, stories, fingerplays, bounces and play!  

This free, drop-in program will take place in the Program Room and does not require registration.


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