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We endeavour to keep our calendar updated with community events throughout Watershed country, but please let us know it we’ve missed one. We encourage you to submit an event yourself: It’s quick and it’s free!

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Please email your cancelled/rescheduled events to our events editor, Jennifer Shea - events@watershedmagazine.com so that we can update the details in our calendar.

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Virtual Story Time at Belleville Public Library

Online Ontario

Belleville Public Library invites you and your children to a live, weekly Virtual Storytime. The half-hour program will be presented through Zoom and is for children of all ages. Registration is required (through the library website).

Free

Raise the Arrow Project Webinar

Online Ontario

Join Belleville Public Library and the Hastings County Historical Society for a Zoom webinar with John Burzynski as he presents “Raise the Arrow Project: the Search and Discovery of the Avro Arrow Free Flight Models in Lake Ontario”. Registration required.

Free

Virtual Author Visit: Robin Raven

Online Ontario

Robin Raven is an accomplished author and journalist who is passionate about writing about the transformative power of kindness. The transformative power of kindness helped Robin heal after she experienced deep trauma in her own life. Robin has been published in The Washington Post, Condé Nast Traveler, USA TODAY, Reader’s Digest, Brides, and many other publications. Her virtual visit will be available on the Cobourg Public Library Facebook page and on YouTube.

Free
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Story Time with Library Lexy

Online Ontario

Cobourg Public Library offers Storytime with Library Lexy once a week for the month of January. Join Library Lexy and her trusted sidekick, Biblio, for songs, rhymes and stories! New videos posted every Thursday at 10:00 a.m. To watch the full story time that includes a read aloud, join our Facebook group. You can also find us on YouTube.

Free

Parrott Gallery Online Workshop with Sheila Wright

Online Ontario

The January workshop is Rainbow Swipe. Registration deadline is Saturday, January 22, 2022. Material kits will be available for pick up from Wed., Jan. 26th - Sat., Jan. 29th (during gallery hours of operation). We will take your cash payment when you pick up your kit and then email you a video link to the workshop instructions. Contact gallery staff to register. Beginners are welcome!

$30.00
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Dungeons & Dragons Online Group

Online Ontario

The Cobourg Public Library is launching its first ever Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) group for adults (ages 18+)! For D&D online, players will use Zoom to play the game and connect with each other in real time. No downloads are necessary. A computer with an internet connection is required to participate in this program. Registration is required and space is limited.

Free
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Virtual Babytime with Belleville Public Library

Online Ontario

Welcome to 30 minutes of engaging activities specially formulated for you and your baby. Enjoy a tickle and some bouncing, lots of songs and some board books. What better introduction to books and the library for our very youngest patrons? This program is offered online using Zoom and is geared to children from newborn to 12 months of age. Registration is required

Free
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Virtual Story Time at Belleville Public Library

Online Ontario

Belleville Public Library invites you and your children to a live, weekly Virtual Storytime. The half-hour program will be presented through Zoom and is for children of all ages. Registration is required (through the library website).

Free
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Story Time with Library Lexy

Online Ontario

Cobourg Public Library offers Storytime with Library Lexy once a week for the month of January. Join Library Lexy and her trusted sidekick, Biblio, for songs, rhymes and stories! New videos posted every Thursday at 10:00 a.m. To watch the full story time that includes a read aloud, join our Facebook group. You can also find us on YouTube.

Free

Westben Digital Concert with Dave Mowat & Clayton Yates

Online Ontario

Join Alderville Chief Dave Mowat and Clayton Yates at our digital venue for blues, wisdom &, storytelling around the campfire. Hear important stories about Mississauga and other First Nations people accompanied by the crackling of the fire. This digital concert premieres on YouTube. There is no charge, but donations to the Westben Centre are welcome.

Free