Winter is Here
We’re in November, we’ve had our first power outage and the temperatures are plummeting. But you are always sure of a warm welcome at the library. Especially on Wednesday evenings when we’re open until 7pm.
IOS 8.1 for the iPad
Join Conrad Koke for an introductory workshop for iPad users about the changes and improvements IOS 8.1 brings to your favourite device. This program run on Thursday from noon to 1pm.
Small Business Financial Literacy, Understanding Financial Statements
Debbie Wetmore MBA, CPA, CA will facilitate this free one-hour workshop designed to demystify basic terms and concepts in financial statements. Specifically it addresses the following questions:
- How is your business doing?
- Did you make money this year?
- What does my P&L tell me?
- Where is my cash coming from?
- Where is my cash going?
- Why isn’t my cash equal to my profit?
- Why do I need a balance sheet?
Thursday November 13th, 5:30pm to 7pm in the Program Room.
Book Tour: Ann Eriksson and Gary Geddes
This Friday we have a double book launch from a pair of authors who have something important in common, they’re married.
Ann Eriksson and her husband, fellow writer Gary Geddes, are embarking on a cross-Canada book tour this fall, covering over twenty stops from Vancouver, B.C., to Halifax, N.S., in two months.
Both members of this husband-and-wife team have released new books this year. Eriksson’s High Clear Bell of Morning (Douglas & McIntyre, $22.95) is an elegant, affecting novel about a family struggling to cope when the daughter, Ruby, develops schizophrenia. Geddes’ What Does a House Want? (Red Hen Press, $19.95) is a collection of selected poems from his highly acclaimed poetic career.
Meet Ann and Gary in the Program Room at 7pm Friday.
See details of these and other event in our online calendar.