Past Events

Book Club for the Blind: The Other Senses
Assistive Technology Room
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In this session of Book Club for the Blind, we will discuss The Other Senses, the true story of Preeti Monga, a visually impaired woman who grew up in India with frequent health problems but always kept a positive outlook on life. The book can be downloaded from the Overdrive database in the Library's Online Resources through this link.
Honoring the Feminine: Guided Sound Meditation for Women
Auditorium
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Feminine energy isn’t action-driven; it is all in the being. Instead of going out into the external world, the world rises to meet this energy. It is receptive, open and fluid.
English Creative Writing Circle
Open Lounge Terrace
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The Writers’ Circle is an opportunity for creative writers to come together and share their work. The group will provide inspiration, feedback and encouragement in a supportive environment. So whatever stage you’re at, come along and get writing! Sessions will be held between 9 – 11 AM on Tuesdays.
Homework Club
Young Adults Area
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Need a place to study? How about some help with your homework or assignment? The Library is the place to be. We will have volunteers ready to support you with your academic needs in math, science, English and social sciences. No need to register, just come!
Online Database Training for Middle School and High School Students
Auditorium
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Join us to discover and explore the Library's various online resources for middle school and high school students, including research tools, ebooks, audiobooks and periodicals.
Online Database Training for Middle School and High School Students
Auditorium
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Join us to discover and explore the Library's various online resources for middle school and high school students, including research tools, ebooks, audiobooks and periodicals.
Great Achievements by Women in Islamic History
Auditorium
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In this lecture, Dr. Maher Younis Abu Manshar will highlight the most important achievements by women during Islamic history and explore how these women influenced the course of history and had a significant impact on their world.
World Down Syndrome Day
Auditorium
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Saadia Mohamed Said, Academic Director of Leap Ahead Nursery, will present an advocacy lecture and workshop for the Down syndrome community to improve lifelong personal development, relationships and inclusion in society.
Learn Arabic with "Arnoub at the Zoo"
Children’s Library
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The library collaborates with the Arnoub playgroup to create a stimulating Arabic-language environment for young children by engaging them in diverse activities that develop their skills and promote creativity. Young children will enjoy singing, dancing, role-play, sensory activities and educational games. In this session, we'll learn about animals through the story "Arnoub at the Zoo".
Zotero: Citation Management Made Easy
Computer Lab
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Learn the basics of citation management with Zotero. In this session, we'll cover how to collect, save and cite sources automatically in a document, and how to produce bibliographies. This session is geared towards researchers and university students.