Local Art in The Sunroom | On display November 13, 2018 to January 5, 2019 in The Sunroom at Central Library, Subliminal Landscapes features work by local artist, Kate Ward. The Subliminal Landscapes collection was inspired by a trip Ward took to Iceland several years ago.
If Small Business Month 2018 (October) was any indication, small business in Nova Scotia is booming, under the management of the best and brightest minds. This October, we were fortunate to host events with many local leaders. Here's a round-up of their best tips for small business owners.
2018 marks the 25th anniversary of Mi’kmaq History Month and, in this spirit, we are pleased to share with you 25 works by Mi’kmaq authors and artists.
Imagine if everyone in our province read the same title. That is the aim of One Book Nova Scotia (1BNS), a province-wide community reading event for adults. Nova Scotians are invited to read, discuss and get excited about the same book. Learn more about the initiative and 2018's absorbing book selection: Annabel by Kathleen Winter.
Following public consultations and plenty of community excitement, we're happy to tell you that renovation crews have landed at your Keshen Goodman Public Library. Over the coming weeks, construction will begin to create the foundation for what will become a beautiful outdoor library.
Written by Kristine, Staff Member, Central Library | Cemeteries are as much about life as they are about death. They are a link to our past, quiet places where garden landscapes thrive, and they provide a visible reminder to cherish life while we have it.
A review by Teen Blogger, Malk | Most people would do anything to get into the Magisterium and pass the Iron Trial. Not Callum Hunt. Callum Hunt does not want to be a magician. He has been told his whole life that he should never trust a magician. And so, he tries his best to do his worst—and fails at failing.
Written by Isabel, Technology Intern, Bedford Library (Summer 2018) | Whether you’re applying for your first job (or your fifth), taking the time and effort to write a complete, professional resume will show you’re serious about the position. Follow my guidelines and tips, and you can hopefully land yourself the job you want.
On September 9, 2018, family and friends of the late Lou Duggan gathered in the newly named Lou Duggan Creative Studio at Halifax Central Library. The room was filled with smiles, laughter, and a few tears, as Library staff and family alike reflected on Lou's life and legacy. Lou touched many lives—we're all part of Lou's Crew.