Library De-stress Events

Time to take a study break? Check out the following list of fun drop-in events hosted by the UTM Library Ambassadors. We have got your back.

Believe it or not, we actually have more events that are not listed here. Like us on Facebook and stay updated on our upcoming exciting events: UTM Library Ambassadors.

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Get Creative, Get Empowered, Get Crafty!

What: The Library and Hart House present Get Crafty! Get Crafty! is series of free bi-weekly drop-in craft workshops. We make cool crafts that will satisfy your creative cravings. We provide everything: tools, materials and even treats! We’ll make amazing crafts together to keep or give. Catch up with old friends and meet new ones over all things crafty at the Library.

When: Thursdays, from 2pm – 4pm.

Where: Main level, the orange wall directly across from Information & Loans.

Cost: Free, all materials provided.

This is a an exciting partnership with Hart House.

   
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Colour Me Tuesday

What: A very simple but effective way to de-stress - just colour away! We provide beautiful patterns, drawing books and colour pencils. Come out to meet a friend and relax with colours.

When: Tuesdays, from 1pm – 3pm.

Where: Inside the Library

Cost: Free, all materials provided.

   
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A Surprise Monthly Event

What: Every month the UTM Library Ambassadors will host a surprise event. Stay connected on our Facebook page to find out what we are up to.

When: Towards the end of each month

Where: Inside the Library

Cost: FREE

   

Therapy Dogs

What: During Library De-stress Week, the Library invites these adorable and friendly therapy dogs for students to pet, to cuddle and to unwind.

When: Everyday during Library De-stress Week, from 1:30pm – 3:00pm.

Where: Inside the Library

Cost: Free

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If you have any questions about the above events, please don't hesitate to contact Paula Hannaford (paula.hannaford@utoronto.ca).