Imagine wandering into your local library for a quiet evening, expecting the familiar hush of whispers and the rustle of turning pages, only to be greeted by the soulful strains of a jazz band, luscious R&B, or the rhythmic beats of Indigenous melodies. That’s exactly what we’ve been bringing to our branches—where the lines between literary haven and cultural hub blur harmoniously.
Have you ever wanted to create an object but didn’t know where to start? 3D Printers make it possible to dream and do it! Here, Madie shares tips on 3D printing—including using the ones in our Lou Duggan Creative Studio.
Guest blog post written by The Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia The Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia and Halifax Public Libraries partnered to bring you Memory Kits. Now we want to share some ideas for creating your own memory kits for personal use. What is a Memory Kit? Memory Kits include activities that people living…
We’ve integrated Tech Lending Kiosks across all of our branches. These self-service stations ensure easy and open access to technology and allows community members to borrow Chromebooks and tablets—all free with a library card.
Whether you enjoy the soothing sound of classical music or the energized voice of Luciano Pavarotti, you’ll feel the magic of music with Medici.tv. Available in English, French, Spanish and Russian, Medici.tv is an online collection of concerts, operas, ballets, documentaries, master classes and jazz videos from renowned artists.
CBC Corner is an easy-to-explore digital portal that brings together CBC and Radio-Canada’s news, radio, podcasts, music, TV shows, movies, documentaries, and learning resources in one place.
Master the art of fall coziness with our easy crochet pumpkin guide. Perfect for beginners, this tutorial adds a handmade touch to your autumn decor.
Available only at J.D. Shatford Memorial Public Library, bicycles are ready for same-day borrow and returns. Library card holders are now able to expand their adventure into nature and onto trails.