Adult Programs

Ongoing Adult Programs

Join fellow Haldimand County readers by participating in this year’s One Book One Haldimand program!

One Book One Haldimand is an annual community-wide reading program through which individuals across Haldimand County are encouraged to read a selected Canadian title and join the author and other community members for an afternoon of discussion and book signing.

This year’s selection, Cactus Jack, was written by local author Brad Smith. The book follows a young woman who returns to her deceased father’s ranch with the intention of quickly settling his estate and leaving. But against her better judgement, she changes her plans and puts her future and the future of the ranch on the back of an untested colt named Cactus Jack.

Copies of Cactus Jack are available at all library branches. Individuals who wish to participate may visit their local branch or place a hold online to borrow a copy or call 289-674-0400 to reserve one.

Physical distancing and additional safety measures will be in place at the discussion and book signing, which will take place later this year (date to be announced).

For more information or to suggest a title for 2021, contact Katrina Krupicz, Community Outreach Coordinator at 905-318-5932 ext. 6118.


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Staff will soon be available to offer you one-on-one lessons and instruction geared to your individual learning needs. Our tutorials are presented at a speed comfortable to you and use techniques relevant to your personal interests. From simple email lessons to demonstrations on advanced web research methods, we can help make your computing experiences more effective and rewarding.  Regular drop-in times will be available at our Dunnville and Caledonia branches and pre-arranged bookings will also be offered at all branches.

The Library has programming for all ages – Children’s Program details are available here.