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“Adulting is too hard. Let’s play something else.” - Tanya Masse. 

Chatham-Kent Public Library recognizes that being an adult can be hard. That’s why we have created a programming series called Adulting 101. This an opportunity for young adults between the ages of 16 and up to come together and learn different life skills in a fun and welcoming environment.

Reading List: pdf file logoBook List Adulting 101.pdf


Upcoming Programs: 

Sustainable Living with Reanne Rekker

Chatham Branch, Meeting Room
Thursday, October 3
6:30 to 7:30 pm

Are you struggling to do your part for the environment? Do you feel stuck in a rut and want to make a lifestyle change for the better? Chatham-Kent Public Library’s Adulting 101 program hosts Reanne Rykker, Thursday, October 3 at 6:30 pm in the Chatham Branch Meeting Room. Reanne Rykker is the creator of the Zero Waste Chatham-Kent Ontario group. Reanne will demonstrate how she has reduced her carbon footprint in the kitchen, bathroom and in her closet. 

Life Skill: Sustainable living.