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Brampton Library provides a range of services to meet the needs of people within the community who speak many different languages and come from varied cultural backgrounds. The Library responds to and supports the educational, informational and inspirational needs and interests of an increasingly multicultural population.

Brampton Library recognizes special multicultural celebrations and events.  In-branch and online displays, as well as themed programming, are among the ways the Library celebrates these occasions and helps to inform our entire community about Brampton's rich and diverse cultural heritage.

Multicultural Events

   Newcomer Women's Circle
When: October-12-17 - 4:00 PM - 5:00 PMWhere: Chinguacousy Branch (except program room)Share your ideas and viewpoints on issues that arise when settling in a new country. This is a Library Settlement Partnership Program.



   Newcomer Seniors Group
When: September-25-17 - 5:30 PM - 6:30 PMWhere: Gore Meadows Branch at Computer Lab 2Come and share your thoughts and viewpoints about different issues. Learn about health and nutrition, fitness, relationships and more. This is a Library SettlementPartnership program.



   Hindi Writers Guild
When: October-14-17 - 2:00 PM - 5:00 PMWhere: Chinguacousy Branch - Program Room only at Program RoomDiscuss books you have written and that of other famous authors, learn techniques for story writing, ghazal writing, and play writing in Hindi. Please register at any branch or by calling 905.793.4636



   Punjabi Writers Book Club
When: September-30-17 - 2:00 PM - 5:00 PMWhere: Chinguacousy Branch - Program Room only at Program RoomMeet Punjabi authors and discuss books you have written and those by other famous authors. This program is presented in collaboration with Punjabi Kalman Da Kafla.



   Canadian Citizenship...
When: October-19-17 - 3:30 PM - 5:00 PMWhere: Chinguacousy Branch - Program Room only at Program RoomCome and learn about the Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship, different stages of the application process and how to prepare for the Citizenship Test.This is a Library Settlement Partnership program facilitated by Newcomer Information Centre. Register by phone at (905) 793-4636 or in person at any Brampton Library location.



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InMyLanguage.org provides multilingual information for newcomers to Ontario, Canada. Visit the website icon external link