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The Bully, the Bullied and the Bystander

If you are a parent, a teacher or just a peace lover join us on Monday, May 16 at 6 pm in the Wolf Performance Hall i Central Library for the talk: The Bully, the Bullied and the Bystander. Barbara Coloroso, the author of five bestsellers, internationally recognized speaker in the areas of parenting, teaching, school discipline, non-vio

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The Yin and Yang of Anxiety and Depression: a Holistic Perspective on Mood Disorders-CANCELLED

Join us on Wednesday, May 4 at 7 pm in the Stevenson & Hunt room A for a talk by a local naturopathic doctor Richard Vuksinic who will discuss Tradicional Chinese Medicine and Naturopathy in relation to mood disorders. Learn how accupuncture, herbs and nutrition play an effective role in promoting an integrative approach to mental health.

The event is free and no registration is requiered.

4th annual Books2Eat Fundraiser a sold-out success!

On Friday April 1st, 2011, the 4th annual Books2Eat fundraiser took over the 1st floor of the Central Library. It was a night filled with great music, conversation - and of course – some extraordinary edible creations. Check out the photos from the night!

Red Tape Holds Up New Bridge: what makes sentences easy or hard to understand?

Language is widely ambiguous.Structurally "The horse raced past the barn fell" is identical to "The landmine buried in the sand exploded". However, the first sentence is almost impossible to understand whereas the second is easy. Join us on Thursday, April 21 at 7 pm in the Stevenson & Hunt room A, where Dr. Ken McRae will talk about the aspects of language understanding that explain such differences.

What Studying the Brain Tells Us about Speech and Reading Disorders in Children

About one child in ten develops a written and spoken language difficulty such as dyslexia. Drs. Marc Joanisse and Lisa Archibald  will discuss how these disorders are diagnosed and treated.

Join us on Thursday, April 14 at 7 pm in the Stevenson and Hunt room A

The talk is FREE, no registration required

A Cup of Friendship

book jacketA Cup of Friendship by Deborah Rodriguez is my latest read. This is one that I found through subscribing to our Fiction e-newsletters. Do you know about those? If you're an avid reader give us a call and we can explain what they are all about or click here for some more information about them. At any rate I really liked

Thank you! Another successful ERC Annual Forum

Update: As of July 7, 2012  all Employment Resource Centres closed at London Public Library. We continue to help with information and tools to assist your search for work. Find out more.

The Art and Science of Saying What You Don't Mean

The Art and Science of Saying What You Don't Mind is the first lecture in the series of four: Mind Your Words: The Science of Human Language. On Thursday, April 7 at 7 pm in Stevenson & Hunt Room A in Central Library, Dr. Albert Katz will talk about commonly used metaphors, sarcasm, the reasons we use them and ways to discern speaker intention. 

The lecture is free, no registration required

Quantum Communication

Join us on Thursday, March 24 at 6:30 pm in the Wolf Performance Hall in Central Library for presentation of an extraordinary documentary called Quantum Communication. Can we manifest our future soul mates, teachers, business partners? How do we communicate with God? What happens when we pray?  Producer, David Sereda shows how communication works from the quantum level and how it is connected to teh Laws of Attraction.

Free, No registration required