Read to Me distributes a free bag of books and resources to the family of every baby born in Nova Scotia. These carefully curated packages are delivered right at the hospital bedside for new parents and their babies.
The Cultural Access Pass (CAP) program is open to all new citizens of Canada within 1 year of your citizenship ceremony. The program provides new Canadians with a pass that allows free access to hundreds of historic sites, museums, galleries, and parks across Canada. Learn more about it here.
It's never too early to start reading to your child. It is actually highly recommended to begin reading to children when they are newborns. In this blog, we share information on the benefits of reading to little ones, and some easy ways to start this new habit together.
Whether you're looking to connect with family on Skype, or struggling to create a resume with Microsoft Word, we can sit with you and offer some training.
Fall is just around the corner, summer is coming to an end, and it's time to get back into that old-school school routine. You can help your kids (or students!) hit the ground running this September with support from your Library—from online tools to helpful books.
You can easily print items from your computer, smartphone, or tablet while at the Library. With mobile printing, you can do this from home or on the go. There are 2 easy ways to send a print job from your device: email your print job to the location where you want to pick it up, or use our mobile printing service, PrinterOn, through your web browser or via the PrinterOn app. This post will walk you through both options.
By Kristine Leger, Staff Member, Halifax Central Library | With free access to Lynda.com using your library card, you can tap into a wealth of knowledge—in many surprising areas! Lynda knows everything. From screenwriting and singing to job searching and "happiness," she's got you covered. Check out our top 10 highlights.
Coffee. Conversation. Connection. Find it all at our monthly Small Business Café at Halifax Central Library. One Monday a month, local entrepreneurs, business experts, and community members get together at the Library to talk about industry news, business insights, and opportunities in Halifax and beyond.
Stay safe while you explore online. For kids and parents alike, it's a good idea to keep these online safety tips on hand when using the internet at the Library, at school, and home.