sharing poetry evening

Thursday, February 15, 7:00 pm
in the Wakefield Library

hosted by Gillie Griffin and Julie LeGal

with guest reader Pearl Pirie

This month is the theme of Love.

Bring a favourite poem (or two) or share a poem you have written that fits with the theme.

Accessible to people with reduced mobility.
Save the dates for the next sessions: March 21st, April 18, May 16, June 20

If you visit the Wakefield Library located in the Centre Wakefield La Pêche (Community Centre) you will discover an exciting exhibit of 8 of the 10 owners of Galerie Old Chelsea. This exhibit continues until the end on March. Thanks to the library for the invitation to show our diverse creativity.

Children’s story time in French with Juliette

Every 3rd Saturday of the month
11:00 – 11:30 am

Biblio Wakefield Library

Book, tigger and rabbit
H2O Wakefield

Your Well and Your Drinking Water

H2O Wakefield, in collaboration with the Biblio Wakefield Library, held a public event in April to provide the results of a local project to assess well water quality in the Wakefield sector. The event featured:
• The importance of water in our world and in our lives
• Groundwater, water quality, and the importance of testing well water regularly
• The results of the H2O Wakefield project “Drinking water in Wakefield : awareness and protection of wells and groundwater”