February’s Main Speaker
February 16, 2021
“Icons of Canadian Popular Music”
Explore how popular music has been shaped by Canada. Hear the sounds of Leonard Cohen, Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, and many more great Canadian musicians.
About our Speaker:
Daniel Aonso studied piano from an early age. He then went on to complete a Bachelor's and later Master’s degree in music from York University with Classical Piano as primary instrument. He also enjoys playing guitar regularly.
Daniel is an associate with Circles Enrichment, a for-profit educational association that creates and delivers a wide range of entertaining and educational presentations to community audiences in the greater Toronto area and beyond. Daniel has a repertoire of over 27 topics with his main areas of interest in popular music and film music.
February’s Short Presentation
February 16, 2021
“Scugog Memorial Public Library: the Heart of the Community through the Pandemic and Beyond”
About Our Speaker
Sarah White is the Manager of Public Services at Scugog Memorial Public Library. Sarah joined the staff of the Scugog Memorial Public Library in 2007, and has helped to guide the library’s collections, services, programs, and physical spaces into the exceptional community resource it is today. Originally from western Canada, Sarah began her career in special libraries before discovering her passion for public librarianship. Sarah holds a Library Technician Diploma, a B.A. in English Literature from Trent University, and a Master of Library and Information Studies from the University of Alberta.
Upcoming Speakers for our 2021 Zoom General Meetings
MARCH 2021 "An Adventure on the High Seas and the Journey Within" with Sue Wilbliams
APRIL 2021 “Sharing Your Garden With Nature” with Geoff Carpentier