Adult Programs and Events

From book clubs and contests to workshops and programs, there's always something happening for adults here at your library. We plan new and unique events throughout the year.

We also have some great programs that we run every year, such as One Book, One Milton, the Laurier Milton Lecture Seriesand the DIY Maker Fest.

View Program Calendar for Adults.

View Seniors' Resources

Adult Programs - Summer 2018


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Strategically Marketing Your Home

Wed May 23  7:00 - 8:00 PM

Main Library

Join Andrew Cosgrove from Sotheby's International Realty Canada, as he provides a take-home, easy-to-understand approach to successfully marketing your home. You'll leave with tips and tools that could make the difference when you do choose to sell you home. Please register.


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Japanese Book Binding

Wed May 30  6:00 - 9:00 PM

Main Library

In celebration of Asian Heritage Month, learn about wonderful washi (paper) and build a book structure using traditional tools and materials (1 project per person). Suitable for ages 12 and older. Please register.


Dot Art Painting of a Butterfly

Dot Painting

Tue June 12  6:30 - 8:30 PM

Main Library

In celebration of National Indigenous History Month, come join Darlene Lent of the Métis Nation of Ontario Credit River Métis Council as she discusses the indigenous art form of dot painting, and try your hand at making some dot art. Please register.


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Blind Date With a Book

Mon June 18 - Fri July 6

Main Library & Beaty Branch

Celebrate Canada Day by going on a blind date with a Canadian author! Check out our selection of eligible matches in the New and Notable section starting June 18. Read the book’s “dating profile” on the wrapper and choose one that appeals to your taste…or try something new!


Conservation Halton

Crawford Lake

Tue June 19  7:00 - 8:30 PM

Main Library

In celebration of National Indigenous History Month, join Conservation Halton to learn more about this area of natural beauty and local interest, which includes a reconstructed fifteenth century Iroquoian village. Please register.


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Indigenizing Education

Mon June 25  6:30 - 8:00 PM

Main Library

In celebration of National Indigenous History Month, come join Nick Bertrand as he discusses the importance of learning about First Nations, Métis, and Inuit histories, cultures, and perspectives. Please register.


Halton Housing Help

Halton Housing Help

Mon July 23  1:00 - 3:00 PM

Main Library

Safe and affordable housing is an urgent concern in Halton Region. Join Halton Housing Help for a free workshop on finding housing support. If you need assistance but cannot attend the workshop, please call 311 and speak to Halton Housing Help directly. To attend the workshop, please register.


Halton Community Legal Services

Legal Drop-In

Fri Aug 10  2:30 - 4:00 PM

Main Library

Do you have a legal question about Ontario Works, human rights, tenants' rights, disability benefits, government pensions, employment insurance or employment standards? Come meet with a representative from Halton Community Legal Services during this free drop-in. If you can't attend but need assistance, please call 905-875-2069.