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The Grand Valley Public Library has programs for adults, children and teens throughout the year.

Events Calendar

*New* 'Storm Chasing in Ontario' with David T. Chapman, presented by Grand Valley Public Library

Families are welcome to access a FREE virtual program we are offering from March 1 to July 1, 2021. 

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Watch it anytime, anywhere, available 24/7. Experience the entire life cycle of thunderstorms with this exciting and educational presentation. See how they form and develop into powerful lightning and wind storms. Watch a supercell tornado from start to finish as it cuts a path through the countryside near Arthur, ON, as well as two other tornadoes to hit our province. A powerful presentation explaining the effects storms have in Ontario. 

Coffee, Conversation & Books

Collaboration with Dufferin County Libraries; Orangeville Public Library, Shelburne Public Library, and Grand Valley Public Library for conversation with local authors.

Wednesday, January 20 @ 7 p.m. on Microsoft Teams.  Featuring a discussion on The Ryeport Redemption series by the late Les Cribb.  Presentation will be by Les Cribb's children.

Please register with the following link to receive your invite.

Kids Programs

**New! Community Storytime Reads. Click on the link here, to access our private YouTube Channel for this special new program. 

Join us weekly on Wednesday to have a story read aloud to you by a town dignitary or business owner/member and discover the faces and places in our community. Geared towards children ages 0-5, but adults and older siblings might also enjoy sharing in this timeless tradition of reading a good story together. 

Teen Programs

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Adult & Senior Programs -- Ages 18+

Programs and general interest classes, community crafting events, Mom's Night Out, Father/Daughter day, social tea gatherings, guest speakers, Technology training/tips, and many more exciting and new programs and events will be offered to you. We are working behind the scenes on developing some interesting and applicable learning and creative options to local residents in this demographic on a bi-monthly basis. The Library is interested in hearing about what clubs/programs you wish to see offered at your local branch. Give us a call to share some ideas you would like us to bring to our community.



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