Grow Your Own Produce at the Community Garden

Finally spring weather is here and we can start work in the Millbrook community garden. The garden is located next to the Old Millbrook School (where the library is) with a beautiful center flower garden looked after beautifully by some local volunteers. There are 12 individual plots that can be… Continue reading

Otonabee Microgreens

Newly minted Environmental Studies graduate Max Chalovich was eager to get his business started and launched Otonabee Microgreens before his studies were complete. This young entrepreneur is encouraging us to boost our nutritional consumption with microgreens. These are very young vegetable seedlings harvested within a few weeks of germination.  Unlike… Continue reading

Millbrook Minor Hockey Fundraising Initiatives

The pandemic affected almost everyone’s pocket book, including local clubs and service organizations.  During the pandemic, the fundraising role in the Millbrook Minor Hockey club stood vacant at a time when the association was operating at a deficit.   The club has decided to get back on track and focus on… Continue reading

New Spring and Summer Programs at the CMCC

Join Fia, Ember and their friends at the CMCC to sail around the smooth, flat all-purpose flooring that hid under the ice surface all winter long.  Bring in your own roller skates or roller blades as there are no equipment rentals available.  The rink is available from 4 to 5pm… Continue reading

Spring Arrives at the CM Libraries!

Now that the weather is starting to get warmer, it’s time to start thinking about Spring Programming! Our Sensory Bins are continuing to run on Wednesdays, with an emphasis on hands-on Spring learning. Our Children’s Storytime on Tuesdays and Fridays will also focus on Spring and the new beginnings that… Continue reading

Baxter Creek Watershed Delegation to Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks

On Friday, March 24th, 2023, a Board of Directors member delegation from Baxter Creek Watershed Alliance (BCWA) met with the Honorable David Piccini, Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks along with his staff Sebastian Bonham-Carter, Manager of Appointments and Stakeholder Relations from the Minister’s Office. Representing BCWA was Chris… Continue reading