at Daniels Spectrum
We have a beautiful dedicated space just for our teen readers just outside our main storefront. Teens (12 – 18 yrs) are welcome to stop by to browse the shelves, sit and read, and leave with a book of your choice – for FREE.
The Book Bank is open the second week of the winter holiday, March Break, on PA Days and all summer long. We offer fun family-oriented programming, as well as a regular storytimes.
The Book Bank is open every Saturday during the school year. Our 11:15 am and 1:15 pm storytimes are intended for families and run on a drop-in basis.
After school is one of our busiest times of the day. Children and families can drop-in to choose a book, as well as participate in special events, Halloween at the BoOOOok Bank, our annual Summer Reading Program, and more!
Free field trips for schools, daycares and summer camps. The program includes an entertaining story time followed by browsing and choosing a free book to take home. In 2019, we hosted 687 trips at the Book Bank.
Stop in to the Book Bank to browse for books, visit the fish and create art on our Art Zone wall. Adults must have a child to enter the Book Bank. Everyone leaves with a free book to take home to keep.
Shift your professional focus or diversify your creative practice in this original program.
Free mentorship and training in musical theatre
Provides students with the foundation they need to explore a wide range of career opportunities in the performing arts.
An invitation to a groundbreaking professional career in theatre.
Become a CSI member and access programs, services and events for social entrepreneurs.
After-school academic support in five core subjects for youth registered in the Pathways to Education Program at Regent Park and the Moss Park area.
Multi-year mentorship program for Youth registered in Pathways to Education Program at Regent Park and Moss Park area.
A variety of group musical programs; registration is required
Expert workshops for aspiring filmmakers
Indigenous Playwrights’ Training Program
A work-exchange program that trades time for space
Supporting young artists from Regent Park and area
Twice-weekly programs for adults to come together to do art
Job readiness training and mentorship
An inter-generational weekend family arts drop-in