Pipukwes Latto’law (Raymond Gilbert Sewell), BA, MA is an l’nu from the Mi’kmaq district of Kespek – specifically Ge’gwapsgug. Here, he shares the memories and meaning of Indigenous music in his life.
This month, we’re showing you what happens when books (and other Library materials) arrive at a branch. To keep things interesting, we’ll be taking a look at our beautiful Central Library.
On May 13, 2019, during Asian Heritage Month, Susan the Sketcher captured the event "Experience Tinikling" at Halifax Central Library. A group of dancers from the Filipino Association of Nova Scotia presented Tinikling dance to showcase Filipino Heritage.
Based on consultations with the Mi'kmaq community in planning for a new Central Library, a First Nations Circle was designed and integrated into the Central Library plans. Learn more about the history and symbolism behind the First Nations Circle.
On June 3, 2019, Mayor Mike Savage stepped aside to make room for Zahara, our 2018 TD Summer Reading Club winner, as she took over Halifax as Mayor for a Day.
It Came From the Second Floor Teen Podcast | We're a little late sharing this one, but the content still crackles bright as lightning. This month, get in the zone for the Library's upcoming (at the time of recording) Mini-Con; hear about the rise of the Arctic Monkeys; and meet some teen volunteers from Keshen Goodman Public Library.
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