You are here

Meet the Artists! Children's Art Showcase

Come out to meet the artists for this year's Children's Art Showcase. More than 100 paintings, drawings, and mixed-media pieces, from children ages 4 - 12, have been submitted and mounted and are being displayed in the Theatre Lobby Gallery.

Come out to meet them and join in their celebration. The evening will feature a high school jazz ensemble.

EXHIBIT RUNS: July 13 - September 7, 2019

Laurier Military History Speaker Series: War, Trauma and Madness: Veterans of the British Raj

Col. Alfred Kirke French served with distinction through the Indian Rebellion of 1857 and was involved in some of its most brutal and harrowing battles. After being transferred to Bermuda, he had a mental breakdown and spent the rest of his life in an asylum. Today we might wonder if he was suffering from some form of PTSD; but at the time, the idea of mental trauma was far from the minds of medical practitioners. French never spoke about his military experiences, and his doctors never asked. Doctors

Laurier Military History Speaker Series: Crerar's Lieutenants: Or, How Harry Crerar Created an Army Officers Corps, 1939-1945


At the height of the war in 1943, the future head of the First Canadian Army, General Harry Crerar, penned a long memorandum in which he noted that there was still much confusion as to "what constitutes an 'Officer.'" His words reflected the army's preoccupation with creating an ideal officer who would not only satisfy the immediate demands of war but also conform to pervasive, little-discussed notions of social class and masculinity. Geoff Hayes' talk will explore the making of the wartime army's officer corps, with special focus on

Free Flicks -- Dumbo

Dumbo (2019)  PG   112 min

Whether you missed the movie in the theatre, or it's worth seeing again, join us in our 200-seat Theatre for a big-screen experience. Feel free to bring your own snacks and drink or grab a bite at Hacienda Coffee in the Reading Lounge.

Titles may change based on availability.

Kitchener Public Library thanks Christie Digital for the generous gift of our Theatre projection system.

No registration required.

Free Flicks -- Lion King

Lion King  G  88 min

Whether you missed the movie in the theatre, or it's worth seeing again, join us in our 200-seat Theatre for a big-screen experience. Feel free to bring your own snacks and drink or grab a bite at Hacienda Coffee in the Reading Lounge.

Titles may change based on availability.

Kitchener Public Library thanks Christie Digital for the generous gift of our Theatre projection system.

No registration required.
Subscribe to RSS - Theatre