In the age of social distancing and Library closures, Library staff dreamed up many new ways to reach and entertain community members. The Grab & Go Kit—fully s
Grab and go with your Foldscope kit! With STEAM at Home, kids build skills, discover new interests, and learn through funfilled experiences.
Sensory play is a great activity for children (and adults) of all ages. In fact, play-based learning and sensory activities play an important role in your child’s development until at least age seven. Here, we share 3 of our favourite sensory mediums—paint, slime, and bubbles—and ideas for getting hands-on.
For the past 10 years, the NFB Film Club has been offering a rich variety of programming to libraries across Canada. To celebrate this wonderful, enduring and evolving collaboration, NFB has put together a program composed of more than 100 of their best recent titles ranging from documentaries to animated shorts, for libraries to share with their community members.
Available to read in English and Arabic | SuperNOVA and Halifax Public Libraries are providing access to educational technology for kids across the HRM with new Take-Home Tech kits. Learn more.
Written by Halifax Central Library staff member, Shelby | Curious about what makes buying a KPop album different than a regular CD? Unbox the secrets that lie inside, with Shelby's latest KPop blog.
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.
Spring cleaning includes your nutrition. Having a kitchen stocked with fruits, vegetables, and whole grains makes it easier to reach for something healthy.
Laugh, enjoy, and immerse yourself in these wonderful films and television series featuring actors and actresses of Asian descent and settings in many of Asia's beautiful countries.
If he means more to you than anyone will ever know, then this Grogu "Baby Yoda" craft will be the answer to your adorable crafting desires. Enjoy as part of your Mini-Con celebrations, or anytime!