Halton Hills Lecture Series

Posted On Thursday October 11, 2018

Discover new ideas. Challenge your opinions. Explore current events.

The Halton Hills Public Library second-annual lecture series is in full swing and offers topical, timely and thought-provoking lectures in our community.

Every month, experts in their respective fields will host a lively discourse with the audience about topics that really matter and make an impact in our lives, our community, and our world.

All lectures are held in the John Elliott Theatre, and run from 7:30 – 8:30 p.m. Join the lectures by picking up your FREE tickets at the John Elliott Theatre box office.

Lectures Schedule:

December 8 – A Special Holiday Concert with David Leask
The Role of Music & Emotion in Celebration.
6 p.m. wine and cheese gathering, followed by David at 7:30 p.m.
Door Prize: a chance to win a pair of $250 Beats by Dre Powerbeats 3 Wireless earphones.

January 8 – We're Not Racist We're Canadian with Dr. Wendy Fletcher
An Exploration of the Theme of Race and Racism in the Canadian Story.

February 20 – The Ontario Genealogical Society: Understanding DNA Testing with Steve Fulton, UE

March 19 – Storm Chasing in Ontario with David Chapman
Learn about the effects storms have in Ontario. Experience the life cycle of a thunderstorm and watch a supercell tornado cut through the countryside.

April 17 – Seed Saving and Biodiversity with Bob Wildfong, Executive Director of Seeds of Diversity
Explore ways in which plant diversity can help us as we adapt to the local effects of climate change.

For additional information please contact:

Lee Puddephatt
Community Librarian
905-873-2681, ext. 2544