In Library, Virtual and at Home Programs
Christie Coffee & conversations
Get out and enjoy some coffee/tea, cookies and conversation with us at the Christie Branch, 1207 Hwy 518, Seguin. All are welcome to this weekly Thursday event that begins Feb 2nd at 2pm until 4pm.
Rosseau Coffee & conversations
Get out and enjoy some coffee/tea, cookies and conversation with us at the Rosseau Branch, 2 Victoria Street, Rosseau. All are welcome to this weekly Friday event that begins Feb 3rd at 10:30am until Noon.
Saturday story & craft
Drop in at the Christie Branch, 1207 Hwy 518, Seguin on Feb. 4th at 11am for a special story & craft with Heather. She will be reading Brownie Groundhog and the February Fox by Susan Blackaby. Children will get to make their own paper fox lantern, while supplies last. There will also be Lego & colouring.
We love our libraries community social
On Saturday, Feb. 11th, show your libraries some love at the Foley Branch, 60 Rankin Lake Road at 11am until 1pm. This community social is a chance to show you our current services, upcoming plans, and getting to know your community. This is a great time to get a library card. Coffee, tea, and cookies will be served.
Sign up for this free-paper-folding-fun-program for all ages. Each month a kit will be mailed to members with origami paper, instructions and a link to the paper shapers club page.
Ontario Parks explore kit
Seguin Public Libraries has partnered with Ontario Parks to offer the free borrowing of Ontario Parks Vehicle Day Passes to our library card holders.
Step into Ontario’s largest outdoor classroom! Designed to enrich and extend the K-12 Ontario Science and Social Studies Curricula, our Discovery school programs provide first-hand experiences that promote inquiry, problem solving, active learning, and responsible citizenship by connecting students with Ontario’s natural and cultural heritage.
Mo Willems invites YOU into his studio every day for his LUNCH DOODLE. Grab some paper and pencils, pens, or crayons and join Mo to explore ways of writing and making together.
Virtual field trips allow children to visit places around the world without ever leaving their homes. This website has compiled a list of great adventures from all over the world (and out of this world).
These kind, fun and educational picture books are great for answering questions kids ages 4 to 10 might have about the Coronavirus. Click on the titles of interest to begin the story.
- Coronavirus: A Book for Children
- Even Superheroes Stay Home
- Hi – This is Coronavirus
- Hope Where Are You?
- I Have a Question about Coronavirus: Clear Answers for Kids
- The Princess in Black and the Case of the Coronavirus
- Rainbows in Windows
- Rock Monsters
- What is COVID-19? Level 1
- Careless Corny: A cautionary tale