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The Color Purple: Related Resources The Color Purple: A Resource List

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This February & March, we're celebrating all things The Color Purple, including its many connections to Halifax past and present. Our series features special guests, film, discussions, and more. We've put together a list to help you prepare for this exciting series.
This February, we're celebrating all things The Color Purple, including its many connections to Halifax past and present.

A Volunteer's Thoughts on Volunteering A Volunteer's Thoughts on Volunteering

Volunteers are an essential part of the Library. Here, Hugh shares his story of volunteering with the Library's English Language Learning program. “It’s all about finding connections. The Library offers a safe, inviting space for people new to Nova Scotia to learn and connect.”  
“It’s all about finding connections. The Library offers a safe, inviting space for people new to Nova Scotia to learn and connect.”  

Jodie Foster Film Series Jodie Foster Film Series

Wednesdays in January, Jodie Foster is on the big screen at Halifax Central Library. Join us for free movie nights, from Nell to The…
Wednesdays in January, Jodie Foster is on the big screen at Halifax Central Library. Join us for free movie nights, featuring her best works, from Nell to The Silence of the Lambs.

Light Therapy at the Library Light Therapy at the Library

During these short and cold days of winter, feel free to (literally) borrow some daylight from us. Learn more about our Light Therapy stations and To-Go Lamps.
During these short and cold days of winter, feel free to (literally) borrow some daylight from us. Learn more about our Light Therapy…

An Emphasis on Food Learning Halifax Public Libraries Adds Emphasis to Food Learning

This fall, the Library welcomed its new Food Literacy Specialist, Emily Glover. "Everyone has food memories and food stories from the past, so bringing the two together and adding the educational component will offer a great resource to our community."
This fall, the Library welcomed its new Food Literacy Specialist. Learn more about food-based programs and resources at the Library.

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