Weds Dec 27: The Library Has a Few Gifts for Local Writers in 2024
Plus: Upcoming blood drive; Grey Bruce Farmers' Week kicks off soon
Over the past several years, our local library has expanded its offerings to serve many different needs in the community. Today, you can read from thousands of special interest magazines online, scoop up local seeds for your garden, and even borrow walking sticks for your next outdoor adventure.
In the weeks and months ahead, the OSNGUPL will offer a number of new programs and services for another important segment of the local community (and I am 100% biased here, it’s true) – writers.
In his column this month, community contributor Arlen Wiebe shares what he’s learned about upcoming writers’ groups and what he has planned himself in his Owen Sound Memoir Series partnership with the Library.
In case you missed it over the holidays, there’s an interesting but unfortunate read below on the M.S. Norgoma, which sailed between Owen Sound and Sault Ste. Marie before preceding the Chi Cheemaun on the Manitoulin-Tobermory route.
There’s also plenty happening in and around Owen Sound with a blood drive coming up in January, as well as Grey Bruce Farmers’ Week. Those looking for things to do might enjoy BALL’s upcoming lectures. Read on to learn more.