Brampton Library has partnered with the City of Brampton's Community Events Team to bring you Story Walks!
A Story Walk is a way for you to enjoy a walk and a story! You don’t need to be there at a specific time and it is available all day for a few weeks.
Photo taken from the Story Walk at Loafer's Lake Park featuring Fast Friends by Heather M. O’Connor.
Story Walk at Chinguacousy Park
From April 10 - May 2 you’ll be able to read Rain Boy by Canadian author Dylan Glynn.
You can start the story at the Boat Pavillion marked by a red star on the map.
Story Walk at Loafer’s Lake Park
From April 10 - May 2 you’ll be able to read 2021 Blue Spruce Nominee Fast Friends by Heather M. O’Connor.
To start reading, head to the red star marked on the map.
Thank you to the City of Brampton, Groundwood Books, Penguin Random House and Groupe d’édition la courte échelle for their support.
We would like to acknowledge the Story Walks are held on the Treaty Territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, and before them, the traditional territory of the Haudenosaune, Huron and Wendat. We also acknowledge the many First Nations, Metis, Inuit and other global Indigenous people that now call Brampton their home. We are honoured to live, work and enjoy this land.
Featured Titles from Past Story Walks:
- Say Something! by Peter H. Reynolds.
- Sometimes I Feel Like a Fox by Danielle Daniel
- The Bat and La chauve-souris from the Disgusting Critters series by Elise Gravel
Story Walks Coming Soon:
- More Story Walks are coming soon!
Enjoyed the Story Walk? Tag us at @BramptonLibrary with your photos!