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New Library Program in Burlington

New Library Program in Burlington

Jan 07, 2016

January 7, 2016
 

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We are reaching out to HDSA families as there are 5 spots still available in a new program at Burlington Public Library for high school students. 

The program was developed by a teen group at Alton Library called TAB, Teen Advisory Board, together with their facilitator, BPL staff member Meritt Harnett.

Their goal this year is to offer a program to strengthen friendships with kids from different high schools in the community. This month they will be starting a joint program called Fusion with the students from a local Life Skills program. Together the teens will participate in fun activities such as a Wii night, a games night, and an art night

Fusion will run on the following Tuesday evenings from 6:30-8:00pm:
January 12th
February 23rd
March 22nd
April 26th
 
Alton Library is located at 3040 Tim Dobbie Drive, just off Dundas between Walkers Line and Appleby Line. Map

If you child is interested in registering for this program, or if you have any questions, please contact Meritt at harnettm@bpl.on.ca .

I also welcome any questions at wrayh@bpl.on.ca


Hope to see you at Fusion!

Best regards, 

Heather Wray

 
 

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