Activities

 

Activities summary

 

General Information

For information and registration (if required) : 514 457-1940

Cost : Free with membership card, $5 without membership card (priority to residents and members)

 

2022 Fall | Book Club

Members meet after reading a common book and discuss their impressions. Interested parties should sign up at the library.

Literary program for the fall :

September : The Alice Network by Kate Quinn (fr) / Cutting for stone by Abraham Verghese (ang)

October : La mariée de corail by Roxanne Bouchard (fr) / Five little indians by Michelle Good (ang)

November : La tresse by Laetitia Colombani (fr) / Where the forest meets the stars by Glendy Vanderah (ang)

December : Une très légère oscillation by Sylvain Tesson (fr) / What I Remember, What I Know by Larry Audlaluk (ang)

 

Clientele : Adults

Place : Library

Schedule :

2nd Wednesday of each month | 2 p.m. for the French club
3rd Wednesday of each month | 7 p.m. for the English club

 

Knit-Tea Club

To knit in good company, crochet or make any type of craft, and exchange your knowledge in the field or simply to have a good time, bring your needles, your wool and join us for tea! No materials provided.

Clientele : Adults | Bilingual

Location : Library

Schedule : Every Monday | from 6 to 8 p.m. starting September 12

 

Youth Knit Club

If you are interested in learning to knit or crochet, join the Knit-Tea Club and learn from our experienced members. Small projects will be suggested and materials will be provided. Free activity (no registration required), sporadic attendance accepted.

Clientele : Children 8 years and older | Bilingual

Location : Library

Schedule : Every Monday | from 6 to 8 p.m. starting September 12

 

Story time | with Maria Giuliani

Maria Giuliani will present and read from her story " Wonderful colorful magnificent ". Registration required.

Clientele : Children 2-6 years old | English

Location : Library

Schedule : Sunday, October 2, 10 a.m.

 

Video conference | Author's meeting with Marc Levy

The Bibliothèques des banlieues de l'Île de Montréal (BBIM) is proud to present an evening with international bestselling author Marc Levy. Translated into 50 languages, his 22 novels have been published in over 50 million copies, making Marc Levy the most widely read French author in the world.

This event will be virtual and free, presented as part of Public Library Week.

Join us for a live interview with Marc Levy as he discusses his career and his most recent book, NOA, published in May 2022, part of the Series 9 trilogy.

In order to participate in the virtual interview, you will be sent a Zoom link.

Registration required, limited seating.

Clientele : Adults | French

Location : At home

Schedule : Thursday, October 13 | 7 p.m.

 

Halloween DIY

Pumpkin decorating contest and exhibition at the library. Registration required, places are limited.

Clientele : Children 6-12 years old | Bilingual

Location : Library

Schedule :

  • Pumpkin making Saturday, October 15 |10 a.m.
  • Exhibition from October 15 to 29
 

Story time | Halloween

Registration required.

Clientele : Children 2-6 years old | French

Location : Library

Schedule : Saturday, October 22 | 10 a.m.