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. https://www.galerieoldchelsea.ca
Children’s story time in French with Juliette
Every 3rd Saturday of the month
11:00 – 11:30 am
Biblio Wakefield Library
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”