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Date Range: Nov 10, 2017 - Jun 30, 2018
Kids Events » After School & Weekend Fun
After School Drop-In+

Ages 7-12

A safe, supportive, and supervised space for kids to hang out, eat healthy snacks, and participate in fun activities including gaming, art, and hands-on science.

Event location: Terry Symonds Auditorium

Halifax North Memorial Public Library
Friday, February 23/3:30 pm

Kids Events » After School & Weekend Fun
Friday Crafternoons+

Ages 5-8

Learn to make fun and easy crafts with friends! Please note: fine motor skills are required (cutting, etc.).

Please call 902-889-2227 to register.

Musquodoboit Harbour Public Library
Friday, February 23/3:30 pm
Registration required

Teens & Tweens Events » After School & Weekend Fun
Fun Zone+

Ages 7-11

Drop in and join us for all things FUN! We'll have craft supplies, games, PS4, Minecraft, and more. There's something for everyone. Snacks are provided.

Event location: Program Room

Woodlawn Public Library
Friday, February 23/3:30 pm

Adult Events » Environmental & Social Issues
Adult Events » African Heritage Month
Our Stories From Behind The Wall:
Don’t Allow The Streets To Teach Our Black Children
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Hosted By 902 ManUp

Young Black Men will be sharing compelling stories of being incarcerated within the prison system. Come learn how the incarceration of black men impacts our communities and families.

Halifax North Memorial Public Library
Friday, February 23/6:00 pm

Adult Events » Local History & Genealogy
Adult Events » African Heritage Month
Teens & Tweens Events » African Heritage Month
Kids Events » African Heritage Month
CANCELLED
The Black Explosion:
The Halifax Explosion through the Lens of the Black Community
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Please note: Due to unforeseen circumstances, this program has been cancelled.

An evening showcase of the stories and experiences of black communities during the Halifax Explosion from elders in the community. New video recordings have allowed elders to speak to the younger generation so that they may learn about the history of African Nova Scotian’s during this tragic time in history.

Event location: Terry Symonds Auditorium

TD presents African Heritage Month with Halifax Public Libraries

Updated January 23.

Halifax North Memorial Public Library
Friday, February 23/7:00 pm

Adult Events » Welcome Newcomers
English Conversation Group+

Practice English and meet new friends while learning about local community and culture. You will discuss current events and topics of personal interests in a fun and relaxing atmosphere. This is a free program. To register, please call 902-490-5745.

Event location: Maxine Tynes Room and Starr Room

Alderney Gate Public Library
Saturday, February 24/9:15 am
Registration required

Preschooler Events » Family Time
Kids Events » Family Time
Super Saturdays
Blow Painting with Straws
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All ages

Create wild and wacky art with this fun technique.

Super Saturdays is all about hands-on activities or experiences that will be fun for kids and grown ups alike. Super Saturday is our day to play some games, unleash your inner artist, experiment with technology.

Alderney Gate Public Library
Saturday, February 24/10:00 am

Adult Events » Welcome Newcomers
English Conversation Group (Intermediate Level)+

Practice English and meet new friends while learning about local community and culture. You will discuss current events and topics of personal interests in a fun and relaxing atmosphere. This is a free program.  To register, please call 902-490-5740.

Bedford Public Library
Saturday, February 24/10:00 am
Registration required

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