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Date Range: Dec 7, 2017 - Jun 30, 2018
Kids Events » Socials & Clubs
Teens & Tweens Events » Socials & Clubs
After School Drop-In+

Ages 6+

Join us Monday through Friday for some after school fun. To register, call us at 902-209-1900.

In partnership with The Take Action Society

Dartmouth North Public Library
Monday, January 15/3:00 pm
Registration required

Adult Events » Author's Stage
Author's Stage: J. Tom Webb
From Corporate Globalization to Global Co-operation

Which wolf will we feed? This presentation draws on the story of the Indigenous elder whose grandson asks whether he will grow up to be good or bad. One answer is to continue to build our economy on the human traits of individualism, competitiveness, and greed, seeing ourselves as above the natural world. Or do we need to shift to an economy based on the human traits of altruism, co-operation, and accepting we are part of the natural world. Is this second path a viable alternative?

Event Location: Room 301

Monday, January 15/7:00 pm

Adult Events » Socials & Clubs
YA for Adults Book Club
Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys

It's the Winter of 1945. WWII. Four refugees. Four stories. Each one born of a different homeland; each one hunted, and haunted, by tragedy, lies, war.

You're never too old to enjoy teen books! Join us as we explore the adventure, heartbreak, and angst of being a teenager with some of today's best YA fiction.

Keshen Goodman Public Library
Monday, January 15/7:00 pm

Adult Events » Valentine's Day
Adult Events » Family Time
Make Valentines for Veterans+

Drop into the library to create a hand-made valentine and help bring joy to a Canadian veteran this Valentine's Day. All supplies will be provided. Valentines will be sent to Veterans Affairs Canada for distribution.

Musquodoboit Harbour Public Library
Tuesday, January 16/9:00 am

Preschooler Events » Babies & Toddlers
Adult Events » en français
Bébé et moi+

de la naissance à 2 ans

Groupe de soutien pour les mères/pères et autres responsables de garde ayant la charge d’un bébé âgé de la naissance à 2 ans. Sujet différent à chaque semaine sur le développement de bébé et la possibilité de rencontrer des professionnel de la santé francophones.

En partenariat avec La Pirouette

Bedford Public Library
Tuesday, January 16/10:00 am

Adult Events » University Classes for Everyone
NSCAD Presents
Art and Death with Marylin McKay

This course will examine the functions of funerary art in a selected number of Western and non-Western cultures in a variety of time periods including the contemporary.

Event location: Paul O'Regan Hall

In partnership with Nova Scotia College of Art and Design

Tuesday, January 16/10:00 am

Adult Events » Music & Art
Art and Paint Group+

Do you enjoy painting, knitting, crocheting, drawing, or any other hands-on crafts? Please join us to share your talents while you socialize with tea and a treat. Contact the library for more information: 902-885-2391.

Sheet Harbour Public Library
Tuesday, January 16/10:00 am

Adult Events » Health & Wellness
Being Prepared
Navigating Care for Seniors
with Marie Claire Chartrand

Are you wondering what services are available for older adults? What home care, long term care, and assisted living options are available? What do they cost? How to navigate the services available to seniors? Marie-Claire Chartrand of Greywave Senior Care Consulting will provide an overview of government Continuing Care Programs, private home care, assisted living, and nursing home options.

Please call (902) 826-3330 to register.

Event Location: Program Room

Tantallon Public Library
Tuesday, January 16/10:00 am
Registration required

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