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A mother and father reading a book to a girl and boy

Family Storytime

Central

Every week on Tuesday and Tuesday at 10:30
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Ages: Family (all ages)

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Talk, read, sing, write, and play with us as we share stories, games, rhymes, and songs!

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Family Storytime Encore

Central

Every week on Tuesday and Tuesday at 11:15
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Ages: Family (all ages)

Talk, read, sing, write, and play with us as we share stories, cuddles, games, rhymes, and songs! This program is identical to the 10:30 storytime that precedes it.

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Babytime

Oak Ridges

Every week on Tuesday and Tuesday at 14:00
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Ages: Family (0-12 months with caregiver)

Join us for songs, rhymes, tickles, and bounces. Add some fun with your own scarf or rattle!

Tickets will be handed out 15 minutes before the program begins.

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Junior Mandarin Club

Central

yearly on Tuesday and Tuesday, starting from 2022-07-12 16:30:00, until 2022-08-19 04:00:00, and also on: 26.07.2022
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Ages: Kids (6-8)

Join us every other Tuesday as we practice reading and conversation in Mandarin. All levels welcome!

Register

This program will take place at Central Library.

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One-on-One Small Business Consultations

Online

On the 2. and 2. Tuesday each month at 18:00, and also on: 16.08.2022, 20.09.2022, 18.10.2022, but not on: 09.08.2022, 13.09.2022, 11.10.2022
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Ages: Adults

Have a small business idea and need help with the next steps? Book a 30-minute online appointment with a Small Business Consultant from the Richmond Hill Small Business Enterprise Centre.

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Summer Writing Series with Stephanie Cooke

Central

Every week on Tuesday and Tuesday at 18:59

Ages: Tween (9-12)

Master the art of visual storytelling and learn how to write your own graphic novel in this series of workshops with award-winning author Stephanie Cooke.

Cost: $20

This program will take place in person at Central Library.

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Create a Mythological Creature

Central

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Ages: Family (all ages)

Ever hear of Ogopogo? What about the Sasquatch? Learn about and create Canadian mythological creatures using a variety of art materials.

This program will take place in person at Central Library.