Grab ‘N’ Grow Kits available for curbside pickup now!

Thanks to the Grain Farmers of Ontario, we have these awesome seed growing kits for you! Enjoy planting and learning how these seeds grow! Developed to complement the Grade 3 curriculum but can be enjoyed by any age, this kit will help you gain a better understanding about how grain crops are grown and the role of grain products in your daily life.
 
“Good in Every Grain is a public outreach campaign by Grain Farmers of Ontario, the province’s largest commodity organization, representing 28, 000 barley, corn, oat, soybean, and wheat farmers. Good in Every Grain was developed to tell the story of Ontario’s grain farmers to consumers across the province. Ontario grain has hundreds of end-uses – like we say, “whether in our food, fuel or furniture, every grain brings a natural and sustainable solution to our everyday lives. From the farmers in the fields to the wholesome food on tables across Ontario – there’s Good in Every Grain”.” www.GoodinEveryGrain.ca

Virtual Review and Playlist —Samantha, age 14

Check out Samantha’s review of Gone by Michael Grant. Samantha, 14, is one of our new Virtual Volunteers and she also created a music playlist for the book Gone to go along with her review 🙂
 
If you are interested (or know someone who might be interested) in becoming a Virtual Volunteer head to http://stirlinglibrary.com/virtual-volunteering/ for more information and to apply.

Virtual Artist — Paige, age 15

Paige, age 15, another of our Virtual Artists, submitted this painting for your viewing pleasure titled “A Change in Perspective” She notes that the lyrics in the background are from the Spiderman theme song by J. Robert Harris and Paul Francis Webster. The media is acrylic paint, pens, and acrylic paint markers done on Bristol board.

 

Virtual Artist — Darlin, age 16

We have our first Virtual Volunteering submission! This painting was submitted by Darlin, age 16 as a requirement for the Virtual Writer, Artist or Musician Virtual Volunteer position.

 

If you are interested in becoming a Virtual Volunteer head to http://stirlinglibrary.com/virtual-volunteering/ for more information and to apply.