Featured Events

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24 Sep
Monarch Ultra Relay Run

07:00 AM | 3298 Firelane 10, Port Colborne

The Monarch Ultra Relay Run is an 1,800 kilometre running event to raise awareness for monarch butterflies. Starting in Peterborough on September 19th, 2021 and heading south towards Toronto, Burlington, Hamilton, St. Catharines, and Niagara Falls, and then running through Fort Erie and Port Colborne on September 24, before looping back towards London, Cambridge, and Kitchener, and ending near Barrie on October 9th, 2021. 

Relay runners will run approximately 30km and 50km segments over 21 days on the Great Trail and Waterfront Trail. 

The running event is entirely organized by a volunteer team who are passionate about protecting the Earth and are on a mission to inspire communities to get involved in conservation action!

Registration for the Monarch Ultra Relay Run opens on March 1st, 2021. To get on the waiting list, please send an email to themonarchultra@gmail.com.

24 Sep
Take & Make Kit: It's All in the Cards

10:00 AM | 310 King St, Port Colborne

Available during curbside and browsing hours at the library starting September 24, while supplies last.

Ages 16 and older. $3.00 per kit.

Every week, your family can order a kit to make an amazing craft. You can pick up your kit during our curbside and browsing hours. Instructions and most supplies included (some glue or common household items may be required).

Available while quantities last. Prices as marked. Call to book your kit: 905-834-6512.



27 Sep
Bringing Stars to the Library with Bill Burnyeat

12:00 AM | 310 King St, Port Colborne

Available starting Monday, July 26th, 2021

Summer is a great time for stargazing and enjoying the starry skies above you! We welcome our guide to the sky Bill Burnyeat of Canadian Planetariums to teach us more about backyard astronomy. 

Follow the link to view the video!

28 Sep
Back by popular demand!
Available September 1 to November 30, 2021
Become your family's weather forecaster by learning to read weather patterns just from looking at the sky outside your window. Our travel guide, weather expert David T. Chapman, takes us on a journey literally from the ground up.
All ages. Free.

The legendary broadcast journalist and Scotiabank Giller Prize-winner launches his new novel, a thrilling new psychological drama that weaves threads of crime, disability, and dementia together into a tale of unrequited love and delusion. 

To access the series, participants will need a computer, phone, or tablet with internet and the Zoom app. All participants must be register online. Once registered, participants will receive an email approximately one week prior to each event containing all the relevant login information.