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Heirloom tomato Red Brandywine seeds. (Theresa Forte/Special to Postmedia Network)

Movies, food, tech session and more at Ingersoll Library in October

Juggling Workshop – Wednesday, Oct. 4 at 7 p.m. Learn to juggle. If you can throw and catch, you can learn to juggle in less than an hour. Adults and ages 12 and up can sign up for this fun event. Space is limited, so you must pre-register - sign up sheet is at the front desk or email or call 519-485-2505.

A snapping turtle on a roadside in L&A. Photo by Meghan Balogh

Ingersoll Library Fall programs include Tattoo Tales, Science Literacy and exchange opportunities

Tattoo Tales: Visit our tent at the Hall’s Creek Creativity Festival Sept. 10-11. Every tattoo has a story and we want to hear yours. Share your story, let us document it. Our project is to compile the photos and stories. We will also have temporary tattoos available, a space for people to design their own tattoos, tattoo colouring pages, and regis

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Ingersoll Library can text you hold alerts

You can have your hold pickup notices texted to your device. If you would like to have your mobile number added to your account, please let us know. For the time being, this service only applies to hold alerts. Please note: this is an outgoing number only and you cannot send replies.

Ingersoll Library February schedule filled with activity

The Ingersoll Nature Club, Feb. 10. The club will have their monthly meeting and a guest speaker in the library program room. The public is welcome to attend the presentation, starting at 7 p.m. The guest speaker for February is Teresa Hollingworth of the Upper Thames River Conservation Authority, who will be speaking about Ingersoll Low Impact Dev

Ingersoll Library offers Downton Abbey event

Attention Downton Abbey fans. Wednesday, Dec. 10, 5:45 p.m. Can’t wait to see what happens next on Downton Abbey? Ingersoll Public Library will present a screening of Season 5, episode 1 at 7 p.m., in the council chambers upstairs. Tom New, CEO of WQLN (Erie PA) will join us to introduce the episode. This is a sneak preview, as the show will not ai

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Novel writing month celebrated at Ingersoll Library

November is National Novel Writing Month, also referred to as NaNoWriMo. Visit the website at to see how you can participate. You might want to get some inspiration by attending our Lunch & Learn and/or writing workshops listed below. And if you’re looking for a quiet place to work on your novel, come to the library; we have s

Ingersoll Library begins fall programs

Lunch and Learn is back after a summer break. Come to the library at noon on Thursday, September 12 to learn about conservation and the Thames Talbot Land Trust. Jim Rule will be talking about the protection of lands and waters with significant natural, recreational, scenic, historic or agricultural value. Bring you lunch to this free presentation;

Lots of January events at Ingersoll library

Thursday, Jan. 3, 2-3:30 p.m. - Paranormal PlayDoh for Teens. Zombies, vampires, werewolves unite as one. Ages 11-17 years can come and create their very own paranormal playdoh creature.

Lots on at Ingersoll Library

Film Discussion Club meets Thursday, Nov. 1 at 7 p.m. Every month we will discuss a number of films: a documentary, a foreign film, an older film, and a newer film. November’s movies are: Freaks, Young at Heart, The Piano in the Factory, and Take This Waltz. The movies are available at the library exclusively for those who register for the club. Wa