Call for Artists for the Youth Art Exhibit

The 4th annual youth art exhibition, organized by local youth and members of the Biblio Wakefield Library, celebrates the artistic passion and creativity of young artists. All young artists aged 21 years and under are welcome to submit a piece of art. Your art work can be no bigger than 4 feet in any direction and no heavier than 15lbs. Only one item per participant please. All works of art will be considered but curators reserve the right to limit works of art if necessary.

  • Participants must be 21 years of age or younger
  • Art must be ready by April 6th
  • Art work must be ready to display

Youth Art Exhibit Gala – Saturday, April 20th

For more information and to reserve a spot please contact Lisa at:‎
or stop by the Biblio Wakefield Library and leave a message.

Poetry& Music

2:00 pm, Sunday, February 17


Ilse Turnsen, Mary Lou van Schak,

James Stephens, and Alise Marlane

Earth Sea and Sky:

Love Songs for Our Planet

An intermingling of poetry and music.

Donations to honour our musicians appreciated.


Join us from 11:00-11:45 a.m. in the Wakefield Library

The Second and last Monday of each Month

Enjoy meeting new friends as you listen to stories, sing songs, and participate in action rhymes.
I look forward to seeing you at the library! Storyteller Janet LeRoy

Write Night resumes January 16, 2019. Please contact for further information.

Join our community of writers every 3rd Wednesday from 7 to 8:30pm for an evening of writing exercises to playfully tease out your words. Bring a notebook, a favourite writing implement and your curiosity. Join us on Facebook: Creative Writing Wakefield – La Pêche

Biblio Wakefield Library is pleased to announce the launch of the On the Path to Reconciliation book discussion group. This discussion group is offered in partnership with the Bearing Witness project. On the Path to Reconciliation will meet monthly at Biblio Wakefield Library to read and discuss books that allow participants to gain understanding and begin discussions around Indigenous issues in Canada.

Interested community members are encouraged to attend one or all of the gatherings. The selected titles are available through local bookstores or online retailers. Attendees are asked to purchase the books and read them in advance of the gatherings.

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