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Halifax Libraries 7m
See the beauty of the Blue Mountain Birch Cove Lakes Park at Public Library. The paintings, inspired by artists who spent time in the park this past summer, are on display for you to enjoy until the end of September.
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How do we make STEM programs at the library appeal to everyone? Minions, fidget spinners, and Harry Potter, of course. And lots of help from our expert Read more on our blog.
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Halifax Libraries 27m
In the immortal words of Queen Bey herself, "I'm repping for the girls, who taking over the world." Celebrate girls who run the world with these biographies, collections, and histories of strong, powerful women:
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Halifax Libraries 3h
Library is venturing Out of this World on Saturday afternoon with . Come be inspired by 3 local scientists who study space for a living.
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Halifax Libraries 5h
Replying to @nivie_dhami
We are absolutely listening! Thanks for sharing. We've been watching and learning from the positions and supports being added to other libraries and finding solutions that will work best for us moving forward, too.
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Nimbus Publishing Sep 19
Oh what a night! 100+ fans at the "Beholden" launch at Woodlawn Public Library.
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Bob Huish 7h
For all the progress made on , inequities remain staggering. Why? Find out why “Society Makes Us Sick” at the on Sept. 26.
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Halifax Libraries 6h
By October 5, 1918, Halifax and Dartmouth Office of City Health Boards began restricting public meetings, including churches, theatres, moving picture houses and schools, under penalty by the Public Health Act.
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Paul Nazareth 6h
Beautiful morning in Halifax - always stop by main branch for inspiration on my way to morning meetings. But it was in the airport where I was MOST inspired by this library machine to get Haligonian travellers to borrow books for the journey! innovate!
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Halifax Libraries 19h
Replying to @PhilMoscovitch
Registration is required for that program - call (902) 490-5706. There's currently one spot left (plus a waiting list)!
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Sara Daniels 21h
My kids inhale books—everything from chapter books to graphic novels. Thanks to for keeping them reading, with a nice view for me while they comb the stacks 3 times a week
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Halifax Libraries 21h
Join us at Library next Wednesday and learn how to mix and match herbs and spices to create your own unique kraut.
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Halifax Libraries 22h
Just like Kevin Hart, we can't make this up. We have books, written by some of your favourite celebrities, featured here in our pop culture picks:
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Halifax Libraries Sep 19
Let's talk about your Public Library. Fill in the blank: A Library is a place I go to...
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One Book Nova Scotia Sep 19
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Halifax Libraries Sep 19
Nova Scotia sends doctors and nurses to Boston, where the Spanish Flu pandemic was much worse. The Halifax Evening Mail, on October 2, 1918, shares Governor of Massachusetts Samuel W. McCall's response to the offer: "We all thank you from the bottom of our hearts"
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Halifax Libraries Sep 19
Ahoy ye scallywags! It be talk like a pirate day. Everythin' ye needs t' know ye can be findin' in our catalogue:
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Halifax Libraries Sep 18
Those tenacious garden dandelions can be cooked into delicious dishes that are rich in antioxidants. via
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Halifax Libraries Sep 18
These folks want to see more learning programs and music events at their Library.
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