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  • Vendredi Apr 14, 2023 à 13 h 30 / jusqu'à Vendredi 2 juin 2023

    Share the enjoyment of good books in a relaxed atmosphere at the Hazeldean Library.

    September 9 Meet&Greet - Talk about our summer reading

    October 14 "The Tiger" by John Vaillant (Non-Fiction)

    November 4 "By Chance Alone" by Max Eisen (Memoir)

    December 2 "The Hero's Walk" by Anita Rau Badami (Fiction)

    No Meeting in January

    February 3 "Butter Honey Pig Bread" by Francesca Ekwuyasi (Fiction)

    March 3 "Green Grass, Running Water" by Thomas King (Fiction)

    April 14 "February" by Lisa Moore (Fiction)

    May 5 "Suzanne" by Anais Barbeau-Lavalette (Fiction)

    June 2 "The Woo Woo" by Lindsay Wong (Memoir)

  • Second Friday book club
    Vendredi Apr 14, 2023 à 14 h / jusqu'à Vendredi 9 juin 2023

    Meet new people and join in discussions on selected titles in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere every second Friday of the month. Newcomers are welcome.

  • Lundi Apr 17, 2023 à 13 h 30 / jusqu'à Lundi 17 juin 2024

    Sing your favourite soft pop songs from the 50’s-80’s, Celtic and other folk music! All ages and levels of experience welcome. 

    3rd Monday of the month@ 1:30-3:00.


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    Mardi Apr 18, 2023 à 11 h / jusqu'à Mardi 19 décembre 2023

    Drop in to meet with other book lovers in the neighbourhood and chat about your latest reads. Third Tuesday of the month, nearly year-round, with the exception of July & August. Drop-in.

  • Mardi Apr 18, 2023 à 15 h / jusqu'à Mardi 20 juin 2023

    Coloring can have a calming effect on the mind and promote overall wellness.

    Join us the third Tuesday of the month for a fun and relaxing session of adult coloring.  An opportunity to let your inner artist free and be a kid again!

    All supplies are provided.  No experience required.  All you need to bring is your creativity!

  • Canadian Film Day
    Mercredi Apr 19, 2023 à 10 h 15

    Jade Li (Oh), a vivacious Chinese Canadian, wants to become an actress without upsetting her extremely traditional parents. It’s a balancing act that Jade is finding difficult to achieve. Talking in English, wearing western clothes and going out with non-Asian guys, Jade leads a secret life when she leaves her stuffy-but-warm domestic scene each day. Things come to a head when Mark (Rennie), a white Canadian graduate student, insists on turning their casual fling into something more meaningful. It’s a relationship that Jade’s parents would hate. What should she do?

    Sandra Oh won the Best Actress Genie for her performance. The film also won prizes in Vancouver, Berlin and Turin.

    1995. 87 min. Not Rated. English.

  • Canadian Film Day
    Mercredi Apr 19, 2023 à 11 h

    The story of musical icon Buffy Sainte Marie is told through interviews with her peers, those she inspired and, of course, Buffy herself. For over five decades, Buffy has demonstrated a commitment to her principles that not only sets her apart from her peers, but has also allowed her to have an impact felt around the world. This musical journey looks over her career, celebrating the brilliance of her composition, writing and fearless activism.

    A must-see for both lifelong and new fans of her work, this exceptional documentary premiered at TIFF in 2022 and was nominated for the DGC Allan King award for Best Documentary Film. 

    2022. 90 min. Not Rated. English.

  • Canadian Film Day
    Mercredi Apr 19, 2023 à 11 h

    Fréderique (Bray), a struggling artist living in 1980s Montreal, is shocked when she’s put in charge of Rosie (Hill), the young daughter of her foster sister who recently passed away. With an impending eviction from her apartment, and no desire to be a mother, she must rely on her chosen family – two aspiring drag stars Flo and Mo – to take care of the spirited youngster and keep Rosie out of the foster care system that Fréderique herself hated.

    The first feature from director Gail Maurice, ROSIE is a touching and warm comedy that is sure to charm audiences the world over.

    2022. 92 min. Rated PG. English, French.

  • Canadian Film Day
    Mercredi Apr 19, 2023 à 13 h

    The story of Willie O’Ree, the first black hockey player to join the NHL, who is now being inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.

    2019. 89 min. Rated PG. English.

  • Canadian Film Day
    Mercredi Apr 19, 2023 à 13 h 30

    Maudie is based on the true story of Nova Scotia painter Maud Lewis, who overcame the physical challenge of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis to become one of Canada's best known and most loved folk artists.

    The fragile but determined Maudie (Sally Hawkins) yearns for independence from her over-protective family and dreams of creating art. When she answers an ad for a housekeeper placed by a reclusive fish seller (Ethan Hawke), she gains more than just the freedom she wanted, as the unlikely pair develops a relationship that is intensely intimate and just as challenging.

    A touching and inspiring story about following one's dreams in spite of life's obstacles, Maudie is an absolute charmer.

    "Maudie breaks your heart with its infectious positivity." - Tomris Laffly, Time Out

    2016. 115 min. Rated PG. English.