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Lego And Love In The Library

Lego and Love in the Library

Let’s face it, February is a pretty horrible month. It’s cold and grey and, for students, fraught with deadlines for assignments and studying for mid-terms.

To liven up a tough time, the James A. Gibson Library at Brock University is running a couple of feel-good activities this month.

Books wrapped in brown paper with Valentine's decorations

Brock University is encouraging students to go on blind dates – with their books.

In our “blind date with a book” promotion, library users are encouraged to escape and unwind by selecting a mystery book — wrapped in brown paper and decorated for Valentine’s Day ¬†— to take home for a fun read. Hopefully, some literary love affairs will blossom.

Lego in the library

Fun and games in the library #LibraryLego

We’re also encouraging students to get creative with a selection of games they can play right in the Learning Commons or take home for a few days. Chess, cards, Lego, puzzles — and of course, Scrabble – are among the fun stuff on offer. In addition to busting some stress, we hope that these activities promote flexibility, creativity and socializing.

Elizabeth Yates is Head, Liaison Services (Acting)/Scholarly Communication Librarian. She can’t take any credit for these great ideas but is grateful to work with inspiring colleagues who are so dedicated to supporting Brock University students. Elizabeth can be reached at eyates[at]


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