Speaker Events

The Grimsby Public Library hosts talks throughout the year featuring all kinds of different speakers and various topics. You'll be sure to find an event you enjoy, so keep checking our newsletters, website and social media for upcoming events.




 19th Century Fiction widget
Thursday, May 17
7 PM / Lounge Free / Register now (25 spots)
Claire Meldrum will present a history of early detective fiction and its development throughout the nineteenth century. She will also discuss some of the key contributions made by crime fiction writers from the period, and trace their influ-ence on the genre today.
claire meldrum
Claire Meldrum teaches at Sheridan College. She is an author and PhD candidate at Wilfrid Laurier University, specializing in nineteenth-century detective fiction, and has contributed to various published works.

Register for this program by visiting the Library or calling 905.945.5142





 Medical Cannabis widget
Thursday, May 31
7 PM / Lounge Free / Register now (30 spots)
Join Michelle Davis from Tweed Inc. for a discussion about medical cannabis. She will discuss legislation, potential uses, safe and responsible use, and how to access medical cannabis. Learn more about the regulatory framework of this emerging industry.


 Register for this program by visiting the Library or calling 905.945.5142







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