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  • Banner reading "Autumn Quilling" with paper, leaves, and swirls around it

    Le samedi 23 septembre à 14 h 30
    60 minutes

    Désolé, cet événement et sa liste d'attente sont complets.

    Create whimsical and festive art pieces perfect for displaying this season. Using swirls of decorative paper we'll create unique autumnal art that will keep you in a cozy Fall mood long after the season is over. 

  • Les mercredis, 27 septembre, 2023 - 27 mars, 2024
    12 h 30
    120 minutes

    27 sessions restantes

    Speak, in person, with a Public Health Nurse to get support around infant feeding and parenting. No appointment is necessary, simply drop in during these hours. Learn ways to help your child eat healthy and be active Make sure your child is on track with their growth and development. In partnership with Ottawa Public Health.

  • Les jeudis, 5 octobre, 2023 - 6 juin, 2024
    13 h 30
    90 minutes

    9 sessions restantes

    Share the enjoyment of good books in an informal and relaxed atmosphere. First Thursday of every month. New members welcome.

  • Banner reading "Book Page Art" with paper scraps and leaves.

    Le vendredi 13 octobre à 14 h
    60 minutes

    Désolé, cet événement et sa liste d'attente sont complets.

    Your old books can be transformed into a fun and unique way to decorate your home, office, give away to friends, or attach in gifts! Join us at the Beaverbrook Branch as we give new life to recycled book pages and turn them into autumnal decorations.

  • End table with book.

    Les lundis, 16 octobre, 2023 - 17 juin, 2024
    19 h 00
    90 minutes

    9 sessions restantes

    Partagez avec nous le plaisir des livres dans une ambiance détendue. Le 3e lundi soir de chaque mois. Bienvenue aux nouveaux venus.

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    Le vendredi 20 octobre à 14 h 30
    60 minutes

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    Join us for a tour of the Digitization Lab. This lab is equipped with bookable work stations that allow you to digitize your old photographs, slides and negatives, as well as your VHS tapes and 8mm film reels. This tour will be an orientation of the equipment, the stations and the online booking system.

  • Banner reading "Beaverbrook Branch's Trivia Night" on a black background with glowing accents

    Le lundi 6 novembre à 19 h
    60 minutes

    Calling all trivia fans, game show enthusiasts, and people who know a lot of random facts! Join us for a trivia night at the Beaverbrook Branch where you'll tackle questions from a wide range of categories (not just about books!) to win a prize and the respect of the trivia community. Enjoy a fun atmosphere, good music, questions for teens and older adults alike, and refreshments!

  • Le mercredi 8 novembre à 19 h
    60 minutes

    Family documents, photographs, clippings, works of art, diaries, bibles, trinkets and treasures are the physical evidence that tell the stories of our ancestors. As genealogist, much these materials wind up in your care, and knowing how to preserve them is paramount to ensuring the longevity of these pieces of family history.

    This presentation will explore methods of employing archival principles of preservation to the care of family memorabilia. Current and up to date practices for storing archival materials, how to detect processes of deterioration, and methods of intervention will be shared within the context of practical ‘at home’ application. Topics include proper boxes and enclosures, the use of albums, shelving, climate control, pest and mould prevention, basic cleaning and repair, and digitization.

    Presented by: Kyla Ubbink Ubbink Book and Paper Conservation

  • Banner reading "Better Soft Skills for a Thriving Workplace"

    Le jeudi 16 novembre à 19 h
    90 minutes

    Active listening, negotiating, conflict resolution, situational leadership...these are but some of the essential soft skills to empower employees to thrive in the new Knowledge Workforce. More than ever before, organizations' success depends not only on their workers' technical competencies but on their ability to relate positively with all stakeholders (employees, managers, customers and vendors) to produce results. Come discover how being a better team mate, thinking critically, effectively selling your ideas, and making strategic decisions can bolster your performance at work!

    This session will be presented by Wanito Bernadin, a service-centric, insightful and transformational business executive contributing over a decade of information technology, target account selling and management consulting experience to increase organizational competencies. Wanito serves as the Chief Information Officer at Library and Archives Canada, the federal government institution tasked with acquiring, preserving, and providing access to Canada's documentary heritage. He was the Chief Information Officer of the National Capital Commission of Canada, the federal Crown corporation dedicated to ensuring that Canada's Capital is a dynamic and inspiring source of pride for all Canadians. He also held leadership roles with the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions, the regulator of Canada’s banking and insurance industry, and with the Canada Revenue Agency which administers tax, benefits, and related programs. And before joining the federal government, he worked in the information technology industry as a consultant, project manager, marketer, salesperson, and business leader.

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    Le vendredi 17 novembre à 14 h 30
    60 minutes

    Join us for a tour of the Digitization Lab. This lab is equipped with bookable work stations that allow you to digitize your old photographs, slides and negatives, as well as your VHS tapes and 8mm film reels. This tour will be an orientation of the equipment, the stations and the online booking system.