Ken Cashin, Chess Nova Scotia, shares thoughts on the rising popularity of chess, and how you can get involved while in-person play opportunities are scarce.
Issues of ability and inclusion are important all year round. However, Access Awareness Week is an opportunity that allows Nova Scotians to really promote these issues to audiences from all walks of life. Through press conferences, forums, concerts, lectures, and community events, we are able to engage the broader community on issues that are not often considered. This year, Access Awareness Week is exploring how the pandemic has impacted the community, and underscores the ways in which COVID-19 has further exacerbated barriers to accessibility for persons with disabilities.
In March 2021, Halifax Public Libraries welcomed a new team member: Amani Saleh, Newcomer Engagement Specialist. Read on to learn more about Amani, how she can help you, and how to get in touch!
Written by Agnes, staff member, Keshen Goodman Public Library | In my opinion, reading is an activity best enjoyed curled up with a "warm cuppa." If curling up is not possible, you want to listen while moving about, or if reading the text presents a challenge for some reason, you may want to consider another way to enjoy your favourite authors: audiobooks! In my opinion, reading is an activity best enjoyed curled up with a "warm cuppa." If curling up
Whether you’re thinking about purchasing a new e-reader or looking to upgrade, this blog post will help you decide which e-reader is best for you and how to get started with your new e-reader.
The KPop industry has taken the art of performance to a whole new level, captivating audiences around the world. Join in—superfan Shelby shares how.
Since Serial burst on the scene in 2014, true crime podcasts have become all the rage. If you're in between shows, or waiting for the next season or episode of your favourite podcast, true crime audiobooks might hold you over!