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Halifax Libraries 4h
We know keeping up with all the free online tools your Library offers can be hard. This is where Niche Academy comes in. Through video tutorials, learn how to use tools like Ancestry, hoopla, Libby, PressReader, Rocket Languages, and more.
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Halifax Libraries 4h
It's election year in Canada! Learn how the Canadian government works, all about elections, and why it is important to get out and vote: .
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Halifax Libraries 5h
The final featured, no-holds pick for (March 25-31) is Policing Black Lives by Robyn Maynard. Download this title and other local e-reads on Overdrive today – all you need is your library card: .
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Dal FASS 8h
Reminder! Jacqueline Warwick of Dal's will deliver the public lecture, "Dad Rock & Child’s Play" tomorrow, Tues, March 26 at 7pm Central Location:
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Amy Spurway Mar 23
Hey whatcha doin’ March 26 at 7pm? I’ll be chatting with and reading from my debut novel ( pubbed by ) which you can buy translation will be provided. Come check out some
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Halifax Libraries 11h
J.R.R. Tolkien was not only a gifted writer; his artwork also brought his fantasy world to life. via
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Halifax Libraries Mar 24
Three writers with new novels about writers: via
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Halifax Libraries Mar 23
The Guelph Public Library has a new helper: Beepbot the library robot. via
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Halifax Libraries Mar 23
Learn smart money tools to manage your money with tax-saving, profit-earning strategies from experts who’ve tailored these books for entrepreneurs: .
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Halifax Libraries Mar 22
The Color Purple Musical is on the stage at , April 9-June 2. Get your tickets now!
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Halifax Libraries Mar 22
Kimberley Rampersad is the first Black woman on earth to direct The Color Purple Musical.
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Halifax Libraries Mar 22
Kimberley Rampersad on ’s The Color Purple cast: “They’re brave, inspiring, they’re beautifully combative in the making of the art—it’s rigorous and you have to get in the muck to make the best art and serve the story.”
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Halifax Libraries Mar 22
Beyond books: the Boston Public Library is now serving tea-themed literary cocktails in their Map Room lounge. via
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Kevin Kindred Mar 22
At "The Colour Purple: From Book to Stage" at and somehow found myself sitting next to the cast of the show. I hope there's spontaneous singing!
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Halifax Libraries Mar 22
Journalist, Evelyn C. White; actors, Jeremiah Sparks & Tara Jackson; director, Kimberley Rampersad; and filmmaker, Juanita Peters are discussing The Color Purple: From Book to Stage in celebration of ’s upcoming musical.
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Halifax Libraries Mar 22
Secretive Scorpio? Genial Gemini? Learn about astronomy, astrology, modern research, and which planet is "boss" in your birth chart, at Library this Sunday from 12:30-4:30pm. Free mini-readings will also be available from 1:00-3:00.
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CarShare Atlantic Mar 22
The All Abilities van is housed by our friends at It is in an extra wide location so the ramp can fully deploy.
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Halifax Libraries Mar 22
Grow your garden. Join us for free gardening workshops and learning sessions at the Library: 🌸
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Halifax Libraries Mar 21
(and all of our Libraries!) really knows how to do right. From Fortnite to glow-in-the-dark puppet shows, there's something for everyone. Check out all our March Break events:
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Halifax Libraries Mar 21
On February 23, Susan "the Sketcher" MacLeod attended the launch of R is for Reparations, a one-of-a-kind alphabet book on reparations for Afrikan people created by Halifax youth. View the sketch story:
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