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Looking for a place to hang out and have fun with your friends or family? Read, learn, play, and celebrate our national love of video and board games by participating in International Games Day!

Plenty of table-top games will be available to play, along with a variety of retro and modern video games from Mario to Minecraft. Drop in for a quick game, or stay for the day.

All ages and abilities welcome. Please bring your Personal Support Person if assistance is required for enhanced participation. Children under 12 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.

 
 

John Graham : My Silhouette
 
I was born in British Columbia, but have lived in Ontario for most of my life.  I attended a Natural Resources School from which I received a Forestry Recreation Diploma.  My current job provides the opportunity to be outside all day, sometimes in very isolated and rugged places. In my work travels, I have seen moose, elk, bear, deer, fisher, otter, mink and multiple species of birds.   
My art and photos come from varied sources – there are photos that are of still subjects or a scene that captured my attention, imagination, and the inspiration I felt being in those places at those moments are burned into me.  Some of my other canvases are coming from a different direction out of me.  I see those images with an entirely different set of eyes.  The way the light is captured in certain photos where I almost bend or shape it to what I needed it to be at that moment.   
I am a near middle-aged man (not that it matters), a father of two beautiful children who are the reason I feel so young inside.  I have a very special partner in this life, and she is my truest inspiration     I enjoy being in the outdoors even when I am not at work.  Canoeing, hiking, fishing, hunting, and camping is how some of my time is spent when possible.  I have a real love for the outdoors and all it contains and do what I can at this time – from picking up the tiniest plastic to raising children with an environmentally conscious mind.   

 
 

 
 

 
 

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