Your lawn can be the envy of your neighbours with fewer weeds and pests in just a few easy steps. Prizes, giveaways and lots of information. Come to the Westminster branch of the Guelph Public Library at 6:30 pm to learn about your lawn.
When your children start back to school and their brains are a little rusty from all the summer fun and relaxation they might need some help to get started on their homework.
The Guelph Public Library offers several options for homework help:
Do you have an information question? Each day the information staff at the Guelph Public Library answer several information questions via email, how can we help you? All you need is your GPL library card. Simply email us at email@example.com. Questions will be answered during regular operating hours at the GPL.
Chat live online with an information expert, we’ll help you find theinformation that you need. This service provides real-time chat research and information assistance with several Ontario public and post-secondary libraries. If the askON button is white, we’re available to chat. If the askON button is black, click on it to email the GPL information staff your question
This free after-school service allows students in Kindergarten to grade 12 through the early university and college years, as well as Adult learners, to connect to tutors for one-to-one homework help sessions. Help is available in math, science, social studies and English. Students are immediately connected to a tutor in an Online Classroom. Live Homework Help is available seven days a week between the hours of 4 PM and 10 PM.
The Upper Grand District School Board offers online Math Tutoring, also called Homework Help:
Homework Help for grade 7-10 math students
Grade 7 to 10 math students in the Upper Grand District School Board have access to live, interactive online math help. Homework Help is free, real-time math tutoring by certified Ontario teachers. Students can log in from Sunday to Thursday, 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. EST for 20 hours a week of individualized confidential math tutoring. There are discussion rooms for each grade where students can join in, videos of best tutorials and commonly asked questions are available anytime. Other online math resources include math games and a virtual locker, where students can save their work.
Students need their Ontario Education Number (OEN) to set up their free registration. Register or sign-in at homeworkhelp.ilc.org.
So I have a slightly embarrassing story to share with you, I’ve been washing my hair with conditioner for the last week and wondering why my hair kept looking greasy. I can’t believe I didn’t catch on when it wasn’t lathering up like soap. Now I want to try making my own shampoo so this doesn’t happen again and it will save me money. I asked around at work and the people who make their own like to use baking soda and vinegar.
Baking Soda Shampoo and Vinegar Rinse
~1 part baking soda to 3 parts water (Shampoo)
~1 part apple cider vinegar to 4 parts water plus essential oil of your choosing (Vinegar rinse)
Apply to wet or dry hair starting at the roots and working out. Let it sit for 1-3 minutes and rinse it off with warm water. Follow with the vinegar rinse by tilting your head back and distributing the vinegar through your hair. Rinse with cold water.
Here are some books that will help you in your journey to homemade hair products.
Soaps, shampoos and other suds by Kelly Reno
Soap making for fun and profit by Maria Nerius