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Date Range: Nov 10, 2017 - Jun 30, 2018
Adult Events » Music & Art
Teens & Tweens Events » Music & Art
Kids Events » Music & Art
BreakSpace+

Ages 8-Adult

Join the Library in helping grow Dance Nova Scotia's BreakSpace. This Breaking ("Breakdance") workshop is open and free to all. Participants are welcome to drop in or stay the whole time. For more information, go to https://www.dancens.ca/

Event location: Lindsay Children's Room

Supported by the Cultural and Youth Activities program of Department of Communities, Culture, and Heritage, and in partnership with Dance Nova Scotia

Central
Tuesday, March 27/6:30 pm

Adult Events » Hobbies & Interests
Knitting and Crochet Club+

New to knitting or crocheting, or are you a seasoned pro? Use our supplies or bring your own project to work on.

Dartmouth North Public Library
Tuesday, March 27/6:30 pm
Registration required
Registration required for groups

Adult Events » Health & Wellness
Discover Peace Within
with Sahaja Meditation
+

Sahaja Meditation classes begin with self-realization and the spontaneous awakening of your internal energy. This practice gently takes us beyond our thoughts and worries and into the present, where the joy of life exists. Classes are welcoming, relaxing, and practice-oriented. or drop-in when you can. This is a seated meditation class. There is no need to bring anything but yourself!

Event Location: Thomas Raddall Room

Keshen Goodman Public Library
Tuesday, March 27/6:30 pm

Adult Events » Hobbies & Interests
Atlantic Master Gardeners
Container Gardening
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Would you like to grow flowers, vegetables, and herbs, but have limited space? You can get a significant amount of produce from gardens in containers. This lecture will share what type of containers you can use, what soil and plants can be put in them, and how to look after them. Come out and learn the basics and beyond of container gardening.

In partnership with the Atlantic Master Gardeners Association

Alderney Gate Public Library
Tuesday, March 27/7:00 pm

Adult Events » Environmental & Social Issues
Dalhousie Presents
The Right to be Rural:
Reflections on Rural Sustainability in Atlantic Canada
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Dr. Karen Foster will examine public and academic discourse about the future of rural communities in our region, and will offer some preliminary theories to explain what effect it has on rural-urban relations and our social fabric. More specifically, Dr. Foster will ask whether or not there exists a "right" to live in a rural community-an idea behind debates over funding for rural medicine, schools, infrastructure and enterprise.

Event Location: Paul O'Regan Hall

In partnership with Dalhousie University Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Central
Tuesday, March 27/7:00 pm

Adult Events » Movies
Movie
Breaker Morant
+

Rated PG

"Based on a true story, Breaker Morant is the wrenching tale of three soldiers who are court-martialed at the end of the Boer War. When one of their comrades is ambushed and killed, three soldiers revenge and kill a Boer soldier. This act of murder and the mysterious disappearance of a German missionary leads to the arrest of the three men.

J.D. Shatford Memorial Public Library
Tuesday, March 27/7:00 pm

Adult Events » Hobbies & Interests
Spanish Conversation Group (Intermediate) +

Come join our friendly group facilitated by Menashe Cieplinski, a native Spanish speaker. Some knowledge of Spanish will be helpful.

Event Location: Thomas Raddall Room

Keshen Goodman Public Library
Tuesday, March 27/7:00 pm

Adult Events » Hobbies & Interests
Needle Niche+

Join us for an evening of stitchery and conversation. Share patterns, stitches, yarn, advice, and projects, and draw inspiration from the library's crafty resources. From beginner to advanced, everyone is welcome.

Woodlawn Public Library
Tuesday, March 27/7:00 pm

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