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Date Range: Dec 7, 2017 - Jun 30, 2018
Adult Events » Hobbies & Interests
Needle Niche
Craft Social Group
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Meet in the lounge with this social group and bring along any of your needle crafts and join in with this fun group.Knitting, crocheting, quilting, embroidery—share your passion or develop a new hobby.

Event location: Lobby

Tantallon Public Library
Thursday, February 15/7:00 pm

Preschooler Events » Family Time
Kids Events » Family Time
Adult Events » Family Time
Felt Fridays+

All ages

Felt superheroes, princesses, castles, cars, farms, and more! Every Friday, our children’s area will convert to a felt wonderland! Come in and build your own world.

Bedford Public Library
Friday, February 16/9:00 am

Adult Events » Movies
Movie
Victoria and Abdul
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Rated PG

The extraordinary true story of an unexpected friendship in the later years of Queen Victoria's remarkable rule. When Abdul Karim, a young clerk, travels from India to participate in the Queen's Golden Jubilee, he is surprised to find favour with the Queen herself. As the Queen questions the constrictions of her long-held position, the two forge an unlikely and devoted alliance with a loyalty to one another that her household and inner circle attempt to destroy.

Event Location: Paul O'Regan Hall

Central
Friday, February 16/10:00 am

Preschooler Events » Preschoolers
Preschooler Events » African Heritage Month
Kids Events » African Heritage Month
Author Reading: Shauntay Grant
The Walking Bathroom
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Ages 3+

Shauntay Grant is an award-winning author and storyteller from Halifax, Nova Scotia. A descendant of Black Loyalists, Jamaican Maroons, and Black refugees who came to Canada, Shauntay’s love of language stretches back to her storytelling roots in Nova Scotia’s historic Black communities. Her newest book, <em>The Walking Bathroom</em>, is a sweet story of standing out and fitting in, and it is filled with fun, vibrant artwork from Erin Bennett Banks (<em>Change of Heart</em>). All ages are welcome.

Event location: Program Room

TD presents African Heritage Month with Halifax Public Libraries

Cole Harbour Public Library
Friday, February 16/10:00 am
Registration required for groups
Tickets given out 30 minutes before

Adult Events » Health & Wellness
Food Fads: Fact or Fiction+

Explore popular diets and nutrition trends and see if they live up to their claims. To register, please call 902-460-4560.

In partnership with the Community Health Team

Dartmouth North Public Library
Friday, February 16/10:00 am
Registration required

Adult Events » Hobbies & Interests
Knitters' Circle+

Fellow knitters from all different parts of the world are invited to share stories, knitting techniques or work on your own project. Beginners welcome.

Keshen Goodman Public Library
Friday, February 16/10:00 am

Adult Events » Hobbies & Interests
Traditional Rug Hooking+

Join our ‘hookers’ and learn traditional rug hooking techniques or work on your own project. Beginners welcome.

Keshen Goodman Public Library
Friday, February 16/10:00 am

Adult Events » Health & Wellness
Teens & Tweens Events » Health & Wellness
Kids Events » Health & Wellness
Sip and Connect
with Autism Nova Scotia
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Are you touched by autism? Would you like to come and connect with your community in a warm and welcoming environment? Come and join Family Support from Autism Nova Scotia and the team at Sackville Public Library. Enjoy refreshments, conversation, and information. There will be crafts to celebrate Valentine's Day, too. For more information, email Jtyler@autismns.ca.

In partnership with Autism Nova Scotia.

Sackville Public Library
Friday, February 16/10:00 am

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