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THE GREATER SUDBURY PUBLIC LIBRARY

 

 

Movie Matinees at Lively Public Library

The Lively Public Library hosting free Movie Matinees Mondays at 1:00 p.m.

Featured films and dates are:

March 3, The Lucky One (PG13)

March 17, Magic of Belle Isle (PG)

March 31, Won't Back Down (PG)

April 14, Last Vegas (PG13)

April 28, The Sapphires (PG13)

Maximum of 20 participants

Please check website for further details www.sudburylibraries.ca.

 

 

 

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"Understanding RRSP's, Tax Free Savings Accounts and Tax on Investments". 

 

The Valley East Library (4100 Elmview Drive, Hanmer)  in partnership with Integra Wealth Builders will be hosting an information session on "Understanding RRSP's, Tax Free Savings Accounts and Tax on Investments".  The session will be facilitated by Jean-François Démoré, Certified Financial Planner, on Tuesday, April 30 @ 6:00 pm.

 

Over 90 of Canadians are not using RRSP's properly.  RRSP's and tax free savings accounts provide investors with the opportunity to shelter some of that tax, but RRSP's come at a very high cost.  How do these types of accounts work and who are they suitable for to make sure you are not wasting your hard earned dollars.

 

Registrations available online www.sudburylibraries.  Donations of non-perishable food items will be accepted in support of community food banks.

 

Suzanne Nault
Adult, Senior and Client Education Programmer
Greater Sudbury Public Library
74 Mackenzie Street
Sudbury, ON  P3C 4X8
Tel: (705) 673-1155 ext. 4765/poste 4765
Fax: (705) 673-6145 (télécopieur)

 

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École catholique Félix-Ricard celebrates the

32nd anniversary of Terry Fox’s Marathon of Hope

For immediate release September 12, 2012

WHAT? École Félix-Ricard celebrates Terry Fox Day

On Friday, September 14, students, parents and staff at Sudbury’s École catholique Félix-Ricard will celebrate the 32nd anniversary of Terry Fox’s Marathon of Hope. The school will celebrate Terry Fox Day in an effort to illustrate that youths have the capacity to make a difference in the world and to help others. Terry Fox’s legacy, started in 1980 when this young man launched his Marathon of Hope to raise funds for cancer research, is especially important as Félix-Ricard students and staff are dedicating this year’s walk to a fellow student suffering from leukemia.

This activity will begin at school at 9:30 a.m. Participants will walk towards the Métro supermarket parking lot (900 Lasalle Blvd, Sudbury) where they take part in a rally and a Zumba lesson. Students will dress in red and white to promote their Canadian pride. Following the walk, the school will present a donation, on behalf of all students, to the Terry Fox Foundation to support cancer research.

WHEN? Friday, September 14, 2012

From 9:30 a.m. to 10 a.m.

WHERE? École catholique Félix-Ricard

600 Lasalle Blvd.

Sudbury, Ontario

INFO:

Paul de la Riva

Communications and Community Development Coordinator

Conseil scolaire catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

705 673-5626, ext. 294

705 677-8195 – cell phone

Paul.delariva@nouvelon.ca

 

 

 

 

Public Service Announcement

 

 

For Immediate Release

June 19, 2012

The Greater Sudbury Public Library Presents:

Dog Behaviour Workshop – Having A Happy Puppy

 

 

The Lively Public Library (15 Kin Drive,  Lively) will be hosting a  Dog Behaviour Workshop – Having  a Happy Puppy, with Facilitator David DiCarlantonio, Certified Trainer, Thursday, July 19 @ 6:00 p.m. in the Kinsmen Hall.

 

Topics of discussion will be how social skills can only be learned through socializing; the importance of exposing your puppy to new things; showing him the world; and meeting other dogs.  Sorry, no dogs at  event!

 

Register on line www.sudburylibraries.ca.   Donations of non-perishable food items will be accepted in support of community food banks.

 

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For more information please contact:

 

Suzanne Nault

Adult, Senior and Client Education Programmer

(705) 673-1155 x4765

suzanne.nault@greatersudbury.ca

 

 

 

Upcoming Programs @ GSPL from June 5 - June 29

 

Adult programming:

 

Yoga pour débutants (Yoga in French): New Sudbury - Tuesdays @ 9:30 am (FULL)

Yoga for Beginners: New Sudbury - Tuesdays @ 10:30 am & 11:30 am (FULL)

Laptop Training with CTS: Main Library - Wednesdays @ 1:30 pm (FULL)

Triple P Parenting Program: Chelmsford - Mondys @ 6 pm

Movie Matinee (Hugo): New Sud - Fri, June 8 @ 1pm

Writing 101 4-Part Series: Main Library - Mon and Thurs (June 11, 14, 25, 28) @ 6:30 pm

Reiki Grief Recovery Workshops: VE (June 7 @ 6pm) , Dowling (June 19 @ 6pm) and Main (June 21 @ 6:30pm)

Writer's & Poetry Open Mic: Main Library - Thurs, June 14 @ 6:30 pm

Learn to Draw Like the Pros 3 Part Series: Valley East - Thursdays (June 14-28) @ 6pm ($13)

Movie Matinee (Hugo): Valley East - Fri June 15 @ 1 pm

South End Library Garage Sale: South End - Sat, June 16 @ 9 am

Movie Matinee (Monsieur Lazhar): Main - Mon June 18 @ 1 pm

Meet Author Chris B. Forest - The Devil's Dust: Main - Thurs, June 21 @ 7 pm

Movie Matinee (Monsieur Lazhar): New Sud - Fri, June 22 @ 1 pm

How to Download Library Books Clinic: Chelmsford - Thurs, June 28 @ 6 pm

Meditation with Singing Bowls: Main - Thurs, June 28 @ 6:30 pm

Movie Matinee (Monsieur Lazhar): Valley East - Fri, June 29 @ 1 pm

  

Teens/Tweens Programs:

 

Coming soon - summer programming for teens! Including a Youtube video challenge contest, Facebook "book club" and summer movie afternoons. Details will be sent out very shortly as we confirm all the details.

 

Battle of the Books - Congratulations to all the students who participated in the Battle of the Books competitions this year. Valley View Public School came in first in the English competition and Jean Ethier Blais was first in the French competition.

 

Story times:

Our 2012 Winter story time schedule has come to an end. We will very soon be moving into our summer reading club schedule, which will be sent out very soon!

 

Other:

 

-South End Library is hosting a silent auction this week to pass on some of the furniture that will not be making its way to the new library branch. All bids start at $20, contact the South Branch for more details @ 705-688-3950.

- South End Library will also be hosting a garage sale / book sale on Saturday, June 16. They have many donations and are sure to have something for everyone.

 

For more details on any of these programs please view details online at our BRAND NEW website www.sudburylibraries.ca. To stay up to date with library activities, become a fan of the Library on Facebook or Twitter (GSPLibrary).
 

Jessica Watts
Co-ordinator of Outreach, Programs and Partnerships
Greater Sudbury Public Library
74 MacKenzie Street, Sudbury

705-673-1155, x 4754

 

Have you seen our new website? www.sudburylibraries.ca


www.facebook.com/GSPLibrary

www.twitter.com/GSPLibrary

 

 

Battle of the Books 2012 Winners!

 

 

For Immediate Release

Tuesday, May 1

Greater Sudbury Public Library presents: 

South End Library Seeking Public Donations for Garage Sale

 

 

The South End Library will be hosting a garage sale on June 16 and organizers are putting a call out to the public to donate items to the sale. Money raised will go towards the Write the Next Chapter fundraising campaign for the new South End Library, set to open in July.

 

Please donate any gently used household items, CDs, DVDs or books. The only items not being accepted are blankets, stuffed toys or clothing.  Donations can be dropped off at the current South End Library location at 2120 Regent Street.

 

This garage sale is being planned as an event for the Write the Next Chapter campaign, which is being led by the Friends of the Greater Sudbury Public Library. The Friends are also accepting donations from businesses and individuals on an ongoing basis. What’s unique about this campaign is each donor has the ability to choose where they want their money to go. For more information, and to donate, visit www.writethenextchapter.ca.

 

For more information on the June 16 garage sale, call the South End Library at 705-688-3950.  

 

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Media Contact:

Jessica Watts

Coordinator; Outreach, Programs, Partnerships

(705) 673-1155 x4754

jessica.watts@greatersudbury.ca

 

 

The Greater Sudbury Public Library needs volunteers, who speak both English and French, for its yearly Battle of the Books competition. 

 

The Battle consists of students in grades 4-6 reading a list of books between September -May then gathering to see who knows more about the books. For each right answer, teams are given points; and at the end of the night, the team/school with the most points wins our coveted Battle of the Books trophy (donated by Chapters).

 

As volunteers, you'll sit at a table with one team and simply mark the answers right or wrong. The answers will be given to you ahead of time, and a brief training session will occur on site before the Battle begins.    

 

If you are interested in volunteering your time, please call Monique Roy, Children's Librarian, at 705-673-1155 ext.4778. 

 

The details:

French Battle: May 23 @ 6:30 in the Palladium Room of the Radisson Hotel (St. Anne Road)

 

English Battle: May 30 @ 6:30 in the Palladium Room of the Radisson Hotel (St. Anne Road)

 

*Please pass this information on to those who don't have access to email.

 

Monique Roy  BA, MA SLIS
Children's Librarian/Bibliothecaire des enfants
Greater Sudbury Public Library
74 MacKenzie Street
Sudbury, ON. P3C 4X8
705-673-1155 ext 4778
705-673-6145 fax

 

 

 

 

Upcoming Programs @ GSPL from April 2 - April 20

 

* All libraries are closed on Friday, April 6 (Good Friday), Sunday, April 8 (Easter Sunday) and Monday, April 9 (Easter Monday).

 

Adult programming:

 

Drawing with Pencil Workshop: Main library - Wed, April 4 @ 6:30 pm (FULL)

Digital Camera Basics: Main Library - Thurs April 5 & 12 @ 6:30 pm

Health & Wellness: A 4 Part Series: New Sudbury - Thursdays April 5, 12, 19, 26 @ 6 pm

Time Capsule Opening: Main Library - Tues, April 10 @ 2pm (see more information below, under 'other')

Yoga pour débutants (Yoga in French): New Sudbury - Tuesdays starting April 10 @ 9:30 am (FULL)

Yoga for Beginners: New Sudbury - Tuesdays starting April 10 @ 10:30 am & 11:30 am (2 classes)

Titanic 100 Years On: Main Library - Wed, April 11 @ 6:30 pm

Pet Portrait Workshop with Art Gallery: New Sudbury - Wed, April 11 @ 6:30 pm

Writer's & Poetry Open Mic: Main Library - Thurs, April 12 @ 6:30 pm

Teaching Meditation: Main Library - Mondays @ 7 pm staring April 16 (drop in)

Learn to Draw like a Pro - 4 Part Series: Valley East - Tuesdays @ 6 pm starting April 17 ($13)

Beginner Watercolour with Art Gallery: Valley East - Wed, April 18 @ 6:30 pm

Molly Maid Workshops: Main Library - Decluttering (April 18), Spring Cleaning (April 25), Bugs Mites & Louse (May 2) - All @ 6:30 pm

Movie Matinee (La Donation) New Sudbury - Fri, April 20 @ 1 pm

Fireside Book Club: South End - Thurs, April 19 @ 6:30 pm

 

Teens/Tweens Programs:

 

Upcoming Tween Programming (for ages 9 and up)

Thursday evenings from 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

 

Create a Birdfeeder Activity for April

Dowling - April 12

Valley East - April 19

Copper Cliff - April 26

Registration recommended.

 

Story times this week:

 

Azilda

- Wed, April 11 @ 6:30 pm: ENG pyjama story time

Coniston

- Thurs, April 19 @ 6:30 pm: ENG pyjama story time

Garson 

- weekly Monday @ 10 am: ENG story time

Chelmsford

- weekly Wednesday @ 10:30 am: ENG story time

- weekly Monday @ 10:30 am: FRE story time

Lively

- weekly Tuesday @ 10 am: ENG story time

Main  

- weekly Tuesday @ 10:30 am: ENG story time

Capreol

- weekly Tuesdays @ 1:30 pm: ENG story time

New Sudbury

- weekly Tuesday @ 6:30 pm: ENG pyjama story time

- weekly Wednesday @ 10:30 am: ENG story time

Dowling

- weekly Tuesday @ 6:30 pm: ENG pyjama story time

Valley East

- weekly Wednesday @ 10 am: FRE story time

- weekly Thursday @ 10 am : ENG story time

South End

- weekly Thursday @ 10:30 am: ENG story time

- weekly Thursday @ 6:30 pm: French Immersion pyjama story time

 

Other Kids Activities:

 

Easter Craft in Chelmsford: Mon, April 2 @ 6:30 pm

Easter Craft in Dowling: Wed, April 4 @ 3:30 pm

Mother's Day Craft in Levack/Onaping: Wed, April 18 @ 6:30 pm

Reading Tails: Spring session start week of April 16 @ several library locations

 

Creative Kids Class - Partnership with Art Gallery of Sudbury - offered at several library locations @ 2pm:

Lively: Sun, April 15

Chelmsford: Sun, April 22

New Sudbury: Sun, April 29

Valley East: Sun, May 6

Main Library: Sat, May 26

 

Other:

- A Time capsule created by the library board & staff in 1987 will be opened at the Main Library on Tues, April 10 @ 2pm to celebrate 100 years of library service in Sudbury. We will be hosting an event as we open the capsule to see what was put inside 25 years ago. All are welcome to attend.

 

For more details on any of these programs please view details online at our website www.sudbury.library.on.ca.

To stay up to date with library activities, become a fan of the Library on Facebook.  

 

 

 

Upcoming Programs @ GSPL from March 13 - March 30

 

Adult programming:

 

Computer Training for Adults with CTS Career College: Main Library - Wednesdays @ 1:30 pm

Stand Up - Turn Your Back on Falls: Main Library - Mondays & Wednesdays @ 9 am

Stand Up - Turn Your Back on Falls: Lively - Tuesdays @ 10 am & Thursdays @ 2 pm

Emotional Healing Series: Chelmsford - Thursdays @ 6pm (March 15, March 22)

Movie Matinee (E.T.) Valley East Library - Fri, March 23 @ 1 pm

Movie Matinee (Crazy, Stupid Love) Lively Library - Mon, March 26 @ 1 pm

Chat with Victor Sawa: Main Library - Wed, March 28 @ 12:15 pm

Fireside Book Club: South End - Thurs, March 29 @ 6:30 pm

How to Download Library Books: Drop In Session: Lively - Sat, March 31 @ 11am - 2pm

 

Upcoming Adult Programs to Look Out For:

 

Vision Board 4-Part Series: Valley East - starts Mon, April 2 @ 6 pm ($5)

Drawing with Pencil: Main Library - Wed, April 4 @ 6:30 pm ($10)

Digital Camera Basics: Main Library - Thurs April 5 & 12 @ 6:30 pm

Titanic 100 Years On: Main Library - Wed, April 11 @ 6:30 pm

Pet Potrait Workshop with Art Gallery: New Sudbury - Wed, April 11 @ 6:30 pm

Writer's & Poetry Open Mic: Main Library - Thurs, April 12 @ 6:30 pm

Teaching Meditation: Main Library - Mondays @ 7 pm staring April 16 (drop in)

Learn to Draw like a Pro - 4 Part Series: Valley East - Thursdays @ 6 pm starting April 17 ($13)

Beginner Watercolour with Art Gallery: Valley East - Wed, April 18 @ 6:30 pm

Molly Maid Workshops: Main Library - Decluttering (April 18), Spring Cleaning (April 25), Bugs Mites & Louse (May 2) @ 6:30 pm

 

Teens/Tweens Programs:

 

Upcoming Tween Programming (for ages 9 and up)

Thursday evenings from 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

 

Create a Clock Activity for March

Dowling - March 15  *Changed to afternoon session, starts @ 1:30 pm

Valley East - March 22

Copper Cliff - March 29

Registration recommended.

 

VolunTeen

Computer and technology help is now available at many branches to adults & seniors. Local teens volunteer their time to assist with computer & device questions. Contact your local branch for more information.

 

Story times this week:

 

Onaping/Levack

- Wed, March 21 @ 6:30 pm: ENG pyjama story time

Copper Cliff

- Thurs, March 22 @ 6:30 pm: ENG pyjama story time

Garson 

- weekly Monday @ 10 am: ENG story time

Chelmsford

- weekly Wednesday @ 10:30 am: ENG story time

- weekly Monday @ 10:30 am: FRE story time

Lively

- weekly Tuesday @ 10 am: ENG story time

Main  

- weekly Tuesday @ 10:30 am: ENG story time

Capreol

- weekly Tuesdays @ 1:30 pm: ENG story time

New Sudbury

- weekly Tuesday @ 6:30 pm: ENG pyjama story time

- weekly Wednesday @ 10:30 am: ENG story time

Dowling

- weekly Tuesday @ 6:30 pm: ENG pyjama story time

Valley East

- weekly Wednesday @ 10 am: FRE story time

- weekly Thursday @ 10 am : ENG story time

South End

- weekly Thursday @ 10:30 am: ENG story time

- weekly Thursday @ 6:30 pm: French Immersion pyjama story time

 

March Break Activities:

 

Family Movie Afternoons - Showing 'Dolphin Tale'

Friday, March 16 @ 1pm: Chelmsford, Lively, Valley East, New Sudbury

 

Celtic Rathskallions Musical Group Performances

Wed, March 14 - Valley East @ 10am , New Sudbury @ 1pm

Thurs, March 15 - Main @ 10am, Garson @ 1pm, Dowling @ 6pm

 

Sock Puppet Craft @ Anderson Farm

Tuesday, March 13 or Thursday, March 15 @ 1pm - 3pm

 

Family Activity Days

Tuesday, March 13 @ 3:30 pm - Levack

Wednesday, March 14 @ 6:30 - Azilda

Thursday, March 15 @ 6:30 - Coniston

Saturday, March 17 @ 10 am - Main Library & Southridge Mall

* Regular story time will also continue through the March Break*

 

Other:

- The Library is hosting the Kids Ukrainian Easter Egg Contest until the closing date of April 2.

- Upcoming for Kids: Creative Kids Classes in Partnership with Art Gallery - throughout April and May at various branches

 

 

 

For more details on any of these programs please view details online at our website www.sudbury.library.on.ca.

To stay up to date with library activities, become a fan of the Library on Facebook.  

 

If you wish to be removed from this mailing list please respond to let me know.

 

 

Upcoming Programs @ GSPL from March 13 - March 30

 

Adult programming:

 

Computer Training for Adults with CTS Career College: Main Library - Wednesdays @ 1:30 pm

Stand Up - Turn Your Back on Falls: Main Library - Mondays & Wednesdays @ 9 am

Stand Up - Turn Your Back on Falls: Lively - Tuesdays @ 10 am & Thursdays @ 2 pm

Emotional Healing Series: Chelmsford - Thursdays @ 6pm (March 15, March 22)

Movie Matinee (E.T.) Valley East Library - Fri, March 23 @ 1 pm

Movie Matinee (Crazy, Stupid Love) Lively Library - Mon, March 26 @ 1 pm

Chat with Victor Sawa: Main Library - Wed, March 28 @ 12:15 pm

Fireside Book Club: South End - Thurs, March 29 @ 6:30 pm

How to Download Library Books: Drop In Session: Lively - Sat, March 31 @ 11am - 2pm

 

Upcoming Adult Programs to Look Out For:

 

Vision Board 4-Part Series: Valley East - starts Mon, April 2 @ 6 pm ($5)

Drawing with Pencil: Main Library - Wed, April 4 @ 6:30 pm ($10)

Digital Camera Basics: Main Library - Thurs April 5 & 12 @ 6:30 pm

Titanic 100 Years On: Main Library - Wed, April 11 @ 6:30 pm

Pet Potrait Workshop with Art Gallery: New Sudbury - Wed, April 11 @ 6:30 pm

Writer's & Poetry Open Mic: Main Library - Thurs, April 12 @ 6:30 pm

Teaching Meditation: Main Library - Mondays @ 7 pm staring April 16 (drop in)

Learn to Draw like a Pro - 4 Part Series: Valley East - Thursdays @ 6 pm starting April 17 ($13)

Beginner Watercolour with Art Gallery: Valley East - Wed, April 18 @ 6:30 pm

Molly Maid Workshops: Main Library - Decluttering (April 18), Spring Cleaning (April 25), Bugs Mites & Louse (May 2) @ 6:30 pm

 

Teens/Tweens Programs:

 

Upcoming Tween Programming (for ages 9 and up)

Thursday evenings from 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

 

Create a Clock Activity for March

Dowling - March 15  *Changed to afternoon session, starts @ 1:30 pm

Valley East - March 22

Copper Cliff - March 29

Registration recommended.

 

VolunTeen

Computer and technology help is now available at many branches to adults & seniors. Local teens volunteer their time to assist with computer & device questions. Contact your local branch for more information.

 

Story times this week:

 

Onaping/Levack

- Wed, March 21 @ 6:30 pm: ENG pyjama story time

Copper Cliff

- Thurs, March 22 @ 6:30 pm: ENG pyjama story time

Garson 

- weekly Monday @ 10 am: ENG story time

Chelmsford

- weekly Wednesday @ 10:30 am: ENG story time

- weekly Monday @ 10:30 am: FRE story time

Lively

- weekly Tuesday @ 10 am: ENG story time

Main  

- weekly Tuesday @ 10:30 am: ENG story time

Capreol

- weekly Tuesdays @ 1:30 pm: ENG story time

New Sudbury

- weekly Tuesday @ 6:30 pm: ENG pyjama story time

- weekly Wednesday @ 10:30 am: ENG story time

Dowling

- weekly Tuesday @ 6:30 pm: ENG pyjama story time

Valley East

- weekly Wednesday @ 10 am: FRE story time

- weekly Thursday @ 10 am : ENG story time

South End

- weekly Thursday @ 10:30 am: ENG story time

- weekly Thursday @ 6:30 pm: French Immersion pyjama story time

 

March Break Activities:

 

Family Movie Afternoons - Showing 'Dolphin Tale'

Friday, March 16 @ 1pm: Chelmsford, Lively, Valley East, New Sudbury

 

Celtic Rathskallions Musical Group Performances

Wed, March 14 - Valley East @ 10am , New Sudbury @ 1pm

Thurs, March 15 - Main @ 10am, Garson @ 1pm, Dowling @ 6pm

 

Sock Puppet Craft @ Anderson Farm

Tuesday, March 13 or Thursday, March 15 @ 1pm - 3pm

 

Family Activity Days

Tuesday, March 13 @ 3:30 pm - Levack

Wednesday, March 14 @ 6:30 - Azilda

Thursday, March 15 @ 6:30 - Coniston

Saturday, March 17 @ 10 am - Main Library & Southridge Mall

* Regular story time will also continue through the March Break*

 

Other:

- The Library is hosting the Kids Ukrainian Easter Egg Contest until the closing date of April 2.

- Upcoming for Kids: Creative Kids Classes in Partnership with Art Gallery - throughout April and May at various branches

 

For more details on any of these programs please view details online at our website www.sudbury.library.on.ca.

To stay up to date with library activities, become a fan of the Library on Facebook.  

 

 

Creative Kids Class@ the Greater Sudbury Public Library

 

The Greater Sudbury Public Library, in partnership with the Art Gallery of Sudbury is offering a Creative Kids Class at several library locations.  Children ages 6 to 12 years old may register to attend a FREE workshop where they can experiment and have fun creating magical printed creations! 

 

Please note spaces are limited and registration is required for this class.

Visit www.sudbury.library.on.ca to register.

 

Parent/guardian must remain in the building at all times.

 

Lively Public Library:  Sunday, April 15th, 2:00 - 3:00 p.m.

Chelmsford Public Library: Sunday, April 22nd, 2:00 - 3:00 p.m.

New Sudbury Public Library: Sunday, April 29th, 2:00 - 3:00 p.m.

Valley East Public Library: Sunday, May 6th, 2:00 - 3:00 p.m.

Main Public Library: Saturday, May 26th, 2:00-3:00 p.m.

 

 

Nadia Vellucci
Child and teen programmer/
Responsable des programmes
pour enfants et adolescents
Greater Sudbury Public Library
74 MacKenzie Street
Sudbury, ON. P3C 4X8
705-673-1155 ext.4752
705-673-6145 fax
nadia.vellucci@city.greatersudbury.on.ca

 

 

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Main Public Library

74 MacKenzie Street

Sudbury, Ontario P3C 4X8

Phone 705-673-1155

Fax 705-673-6145

Public Service Announcement

 

 

For Immediate Release

February 15, 2012

The Greater Sudbury Public Library Presents:

March Movie Matinees for Seniors and Other Adults

The Greater Sudbury Public Library hosts free movie matinees for seniors and other adults at 1:00 pm on Monday and Friday afternoons. The schedule for March is as follows:

 

E.T. (1982)  drama, adventure; 115 minutes ; rated PG 

Monday March 5 – Main Library, 74 Mackenzie Street

Friday March 9 – New Sudbury, 1346 Lasalle Blvd

Friday March 23 – Valley East, 4100 Elmview, Hanmer

 

Win/Win (2011) comedy, drama; 106 min; rated R

Monday, March 12 – Lively Public Library, 15 Kin Drive, Lively

 

Crazy, Stupid Love (2011) comedy, drama, romance; 118 min; rated PG13

Monday, March 26 – Lively Public Library

 

 Donations of non-perishable food items will be accepted in support of community food banks. For more information, check our web site www.sudbury.library.on.ca.

 

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For more information please contact:

 

Suzanne Nault

Adult, Senior and Client Education Programmer

(705) 673-1155 x 4765

suzanne.nault@greatersudbury.ca

 

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