There are still a few more spaces left for this presentation on Saturday, May 26, at Isabel Turner (2 p.m). Learn why advance planning is so important for wills and estate administration from local estates lawyer Brian Gillingham. Power of attorney issues and the responsibilities of executors and attorneys of property and personal care will also be discussed. Questions will be welcome but no legal advice will be provided. A free event for adults only. Seating is limited, so please register in advance to avoid disappointment. Register online at events.kfpl.ca (or by phone at 613-549-8888). The May 22 session has been filled.
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Our May theme is Wanderlust, so we will be talking about travel writing and great works of fiction and non-fiction from other cultures!
Help us become a safer and more welcoming place for everyone. By taking a few moments to complete our communitiy survey, you will provide us with advice to develop better tools and strategies to address some of the challenges we face. Your input will help us understand the values and priorities our community wants to see reflected in our Patron Code of Conduct. This survey is the third step in a community engagement process, following interviews with community organizations and a public meeting. A summary report of the information collected will be shared on our website later this summer.
On May 24 our monthly manga and comics workshop makes its first appearance at Rideau Heights! New mini-projects each month will help teens hone their writing and drawing skills. Bring your own projects and materials, and work creatively in an encouraging, open studio environment.
Join KFPL for a variety of fun and exciting P.A. Day programs! Watch Lady and the Tramp and participate in Mini Minute Games at Isabel Turner, enjoy a duct tape art challenge at Rideau Heights, create a Greenhouse Garden at Artillery Park, or get creative with LEGO at Calvin Park. Registration may be required.