June is soon to arrive!

We are jumping into summer weather far ahead of schedule!  Other than the bugs, no complaints from us!  Join your friends and neighbours here at the library to make DIY Bug Spray, Paint a wooden rainbow, and for so much more.  


To learn more about any of these events, click on the image and read more on our website!

Lake Sign

June 4th at 6:00 pm

Using wood generously donated by Perron's Hardware and some cricut stencils make your own "Lake" sign! Choose your saying, stencil it on, and leave with a custom sign for your porch or cottage. This workshop cost is by donation.


Wooden Rainbow

June 11th at 6:00 pm

Create your own custom wooden rainbow of any colours! Great to add a splash of colour to any space. Optional: Book a Cricut Cutter Appointment and cut out a saying to overlay on your sign!  This workshop cost is by donation.

Drop-In Sewing Club

June 13th at 6:30 pm

Make your own catch all custom bag to carry all of the things. Bring your own sewing machine and sewing supplies or use the library sewing machine!  

Bug Spray & Plant Protector

June 18th at 6:00 pm

Spray the bugs away with an all natural blend of essential oils and chemical free alternatives! Nothing is better than homemade and this includes bug spray. Learn about what each oil can offer in terms of protection, and make a second bottle of Plant Protector to help eliminate pests on plants!

Portrait Paint Class

June 25th at 6:00 pm

Paint a portrait of your friend, partner, parent or cousin! You may have seen the tik tok trend online (If not, worth the watch!) of partners and friends painting each others portraits. We are bringing this hilarious trend to life with a light hearted painting workshop here at the library!

Meet Libby!

The one-tap reading app from your library.

Libby allows you to borrow ebooks, audiobooks, magazines, and more from your local library for free!

Ontario Park Passes

Grab a pass and go - anywhere in Ontario!  Park Passes now available for day trips.  Grab a pass and head into nature. A great #librarycardperk

Inflatable Paddle Boards

Wanna stand on water?  Well, we can make your dreams come through! Float on out and about on our inflatable SUP boards, available as another great #librarycardperk

Rod & Tackle Share

The rod & tackle share program offered by the Nosbonsing Fishing and Angler Society makes it easy to cast your line!  Friend forgot their gear, trying out the sport?  Fishing tackle available now.


Victory City · Salman Rushdie

"Victory City" by Salman Rushdie is a historical fiction novel set in medieval India. It follows Pampa Kampana, a girl with mystical powers who, guided by a goddess, helps build and shape the city of Bisnaga. The story explores themes of power, faith, and human resilience through a blend of myth and reality, capturing the rise and fall of the city with Rushdie's vivid storytelling.

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Summer on Sag Harbor · Sunny Hostin

"Summer on Sag Harbor" tells the story of friends reuniting for a summer in the picturesque and affluent Sag Harbor. Amidst the charm and beauty, they navigate personal challenges, rekindle friendships, and discover new aspects of themselves. The novel explores themes of friendship, love, and personal growth.

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City of Girls · Elizabeth Gilbert

"City of Girls" by Elizabeth Gilbert is a vibrant historical novel set in 1940s New York. The story follows Vivian Morris, a young woman who joins her eccentric aunt's theater company. Amidst the glitz and glamour of the theater world, Vivian embarks on a journey of self-discovery, love, and scandal. As she navigates the highs and lows of life, she learns about resilience, friendship, and finding her true self. Gilbert's novel is a celebration of female empowerment and the exuberance of youth.

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Red X · David Demchuk

"Red X" by David Demchuk is a gripping horror novel set in Toronto's gay village. Spanning decades, it follows the mysterious disappearances of gay men linked to a supernatural force. As fear grips the community, the novel blends horror with social commentary, exploring trauma, identity, and resilience. "Red X" is a chilling and poignant tale of a marginalized community's struggles and strength.

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Book Bugs!

Wednesdays at 11:30 am

Make a craft, read some books, and catch the reading bug!  Pick up the June Schedule here at the library.

Homeschool Group

Wednesdays at 2:00 pm

Meet and socialize with fellow homeschooling families in the area!  Work on projects, craft, and share.

Jammies Night!

Wednesdays at 6:00 pm

Crafts, popcorn and great stories every week at Jammies Night! Pick up the June Schedule here at the library.

Adventures in Cooking

Multiple Sessions starting June 10th

Kids ages 8 - 12 are welcome to sign up for Adventures in Cooking this June!  Learn hands on skills, click the image above for more information.

Home Alone Course

June 8th from                 9:30 am - 2:00 pm 

We have gatewayfasupply coming this June to offer the Home Alone course.  For more info or to register contact mlesnicktraining @gmail.com

Babysitting Course

June 15th from          9:00 am - 4:00 pm

We have gatewayfasupply coming this June to offer the Babysitting Course. For more info or to register contact mlesnicktraining @gmail.com


Free Tech Help

Cick the button below to book a free tech lesson here at the library.


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Small Business Classes 

Learn about a bunch of handy tools to help you get started in the world of small business.


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Cricut Cutter Lessons

Learn to use the cricut cutter for all sorts of projects! Coming soon: Cricut heat press classes!


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Thanks for reading! We hope your June is full of great reads, great experiences, and great memories. See you at the library!


"I wonder what it would be like to live in a world where it was always June."

– L.M. Montgomery

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