February 25, 2024
Getting the Most from Online Newspaper Collections in “Our Digital World”
Speaker: Jess Possgate, Project Coordinator for “Our Digital World”
March 24, 2024
A 19th Century Enigma
A case study, which is based on five years of research into the family of Lorenzo White of Pickering, Ontario.
Speaker: Janice Nickerson
Our meetings are normally held at 2:00 p.m. on the fourth Sunday of each month with the exception of July, August and December. Visitors are always welcome.
At present all of our meetings are online only, although you must preregister by clicking on the event link.
Previously our monthly meetings were divided between the Four Corners Branch of the Brampton Public Library at 65 Queen Street East, Brampton (near the Peel Archives) and the Oakville Public Library at 120 Navy Street, Oakville.
We may return to a hybrid meeting format in future, but we will remain as online only for the foreseeable future.
Brampton Public Library
There is limited library parking on the east and west sides of the library as well as at the library itself. On Sundays there is on-street parking on the south side of the library. Free underground parking is also available at Brampton City Hall (two blocks west). Enter from George Street and after parking take the elevator to the main floor, exit to and cross Main Street and walk one block down John Street (next to the church) to the library.
Oakville Public Library
Parking is available at the rear entrance off Water Street. Parking is free on a Sunday.