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October 18 and 20 
La femme de mon frère (A brother's love)
, a joyful comedy and touching drama by Monia Chokri, that will cheer you up. Visit our Ciné-Cinema tab for more information.

 

Public library week

Learn more at your library!

For the 21st edition of Semaine des bibliothèques publiques du Québec (Quebec's public library week) that will be held this year with the theme: Learn more at your library! from October 19 to 26, The Little Green Library will open its doors to the population.

Come and meet us, visit the library, learn about the services offered, have a coffee or some juice, choose a book for free in the used book boutique and even, why not, take out a membership for the loan service. The annual cost for the loan service is free for residents of the municipalities of Huntingdon, Dundee and Hinchinbrooke. For the others, it is $20 for an adult or a family, and $5 for a youth under the age of 16 years.

 

 

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 Viking Presentation

Join Daniel Pomminville (Dufniall Oakenbear) at the Little Green Library as he takes you back to the 11th Century Viking/Norman period. Demonstration of some of the weapons, clothing, jewelry, bead making, rope/cord making, nålebinding and other crafts, and way of life.

Thursday, October 31st, 2019 from 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Free activity.

Everyone is welcome!

 

 

CELEBRATING NATURE

The library is holding an exhibition of drawings and paintings by current students of Pat Walsh. The works, in watercolor, acrylic, pastel and pencil, are personal interpretations of each participant’s close-up observation of nature. The exhibiters, whose age range is from 20 to 80+, also have varying levels of experience, from beginners to people who have been painting for decades.

 

 

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