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  • December 2nd 2020 - November 24th 2020

    Earn While You Learn

    Apprenticeship is a great opportunity to earn while you learn! Join Career Work Coach and Employer Liaison, Tine Buechler in this Zoom session to learn more and start working towards your goals.For more information or to register for this event contact stratfordcareercentre@conestogac.on.ca or call 519-271-5700 x7224

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  • October 1st 2020 - October 8th 2020

    LinkedIn Optimization

    Are you using this powerful networking tool to brand yourself online, and connect to others? Join Career Work Coach & Employer Liaison, Huong Vo for a two-part workshop, first to optimize your profile, then to learn more about networking in the new normal! OCT 1 - Optimization | OCT 8 - Networking   For more…

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  • September 21st 2020 - October 26th 2020

    Speak Stratford Toastmasters - SpeechCraft

    One of life's most useful skills is the ability to communicate effectively.  Clear and confident dialogue can help in everything from your career to your personal relationships.  Speak Stratford Toastmasters is offering a taste of what the Toastmasters program can offer with its SpeechCraft introductory course.  In a safe, socially distanced setting, you'll receive coaching…

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  • June 23rd 2020

    Adult Summer Reading on Beanstack

    We may still be closed but we’re still here for you with something brand new for Adult Summer Reading!  Check out the reading challenges on Beanstack, our new app!  Starting July 1st, get inspired by nature, learn reflection and introspection skills, or just unplug and be a kid for a day… or two. Pre-register for…

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  • March 18th 2020

    Salsa Dancing 101: The Next Steps

    Get your groove on… again!  We had so much fun learning basic Salsa steps in January that Elizabeth Bernal is bringing some of her Colombian roots back to teach some more! Never tried Salsa dancing? That’s ok, we’ll go through the basics again before really getting into the swing of things!

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  • April 18th 2020

    Warm Fuzzies, in partnership with the Stratford Perth Humane Society

      Nothing gives a person the warm fuzzies like warm fuzzies! Join us at the Library when the Stratford Perth Humane Society brings us a few of their furry favorites for an hour’s worth of free cuddles. And if you find a forever friend there is no greater happy ending!  Ages 10+   Registration is…

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  • April 22nd 2020

    Green Living: everyday solutions for environmentally friendly living, resented by Debra March

    Ever Wonder what you can do to reduce plastic consumption in your everyday beauty and house-cleaning?  Debra March tells us how she has been living plastic free for over a year, as well shows how to make greener cleaning alternatives to use at home, saving not only money, but our planet.  Supplies are limited, please…

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  • March 12th 2020

    Criminal Minds: Historical fiction and the evolution of forensics

    Ever wonder… how forensics came to be? Join criminologist and Western University professor Dr. Michael Arntfield, PhD, for a fascinating foray into historical fiction’s formative forensics, using examples from Dickens, Doyle and more.    Dr. Arntfield is a Fulbright Scholar, creator of the Western Cold Case Society, and board member of the Murder Accountability Project.…

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  • March 30th 2020

    Dating for Older Adults

    Ever wonder… at a certain age, how do you mix and mingle? Or, are you too old for dating? Or, how has the dating world changed?   Let guest Librarian Tina Williams guide you through the basics of dating for older adults!  We’ll touch on the tech, the safety and the online tools that can…

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  • March 12th 2020

    Criminal Minds: Historical fiction and the evolution of forensics

    Ever wonder… how forensics came to be? Join criminologist and Western University professor Dr. Michael Arntfield, PhD, for a fascinating foray into historical fiction’s formative forensics, using examples from Dickens, Doyle and more.    Dr. Arntfield is a Fulbright Scholar, creator of the Western Cold Case Society, and board member of the Murder Accountability Project.…

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