Culture, Arts & Entertainment
Did you know that in many east Asian Cultures the Dragon is a symbol of luck, hope and prosperity? Join the museum?s potters and learn how to make your very own dragons using only clay and a few tools!
Time travel with Colborne Lodge: Enjoy games and toys from more than 150 years ago. Share your favourite riddle and listen to a story or two.
From Samba to Rumba, Tango and Mambo, the music of Latin America has found its way to listeners and dance floors around the world. Hear some of the finest percussionists explore these richly varied styles and traditions and l...
Discover how cloth is made, and weave your own bookmark to take home with you.
Swallowing Clouds is a free creative arts program for children ages 9-12. Working with professional dancers, musicians and an author, children will be guided through an inspiring creative journey leading up to an exciting pe...
Sat May 02
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Sat May 23
Join us for our version of the Three Little Pigs. Instead of building homes, these clever Little Pigs build libraries. Will they be successful in making their mother's wishes come true, or will they be blown down by the big...
Sat Apr 18
Mon Apr 20
Celebrate National Poetry Month with an evening of poetry and music at Palmerston Library Theatre with Canadian poet and author Lilly Barnes who will read from her new book "Journey" (Inanna Publications, 2014). Book signing ...
In collaboration with the Toronto Storytelling Festival (www.torontostorytellingfestival.ca), we present some of the most renowned and accomplished tellers from across Canada and around the world. Visiting from Maine, Michael...