Adults

Guided Meditation

Guided Meditation This three week introduction to meditation was created to make the benefits of Reiki accessible to all those interested. Using chakras as a focal point you will be guided to a state of calm awareness where a balance to your entire energetic system can take place. Children/Teen sessions: October 9th, 16th and

Board game night

Board Game Night This group is designed to connect people in Clarence-Rockland who enjoy playing board games. With thousands of games out there to be discovered, it can sometimes be daunting to find one you like. The group meets weekly on Thursdays from 6 to 8 PM at the Rockland branch and aims

Writing Club

Writing Club Do you write stories as a hobby or want to try your hand at making writing a bigger focus in your life? Do you enjoy the thrill of imagining a new adventure but you’re not sure how to get it down on paper? Then, do we have the club for you! Workshops

Discussion Circle

Discussion Circle Please note the discussions happen in French only. This group, led by a community member, is a monthly thematic discussion on life issues.  Each month, a new theme will be presented and the group will have one hour to discuss the topic as it relates to their life. Participants must be

Bridge

Bridge Club New players as well as seasoned players are welcome to join our new Bridge Club at the Rockland branch, which meets twice a month every 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month. You’re invited to join as a group or as an individual. Come have fun with us! Dates for

Read to Reel

Read to Reel - Movie Club The Rockland branch will host Read to Reel every 1st Friday of the month.  All movies selected are based on previously written books that are available to borrow at the Library. Read to Reel offers participants a unique chance to see the similarities and differences between an

Novel Bunch

Novel Bunch Book Club - Reading outside the box Welcome to the Novel Bunch Book Club! The Club has become successful with the themed monthly readings so we will continue on with themes rather than everyone reading the same book. We hope this will entice our participants to choose a book that would