Each year is an opportunity for discovery—and Halifax Public Libraries staff discovered a lot in 2022. Check out our best book recommendations from the past year. In the past 365 days, we've come across some
The Library's volunteer sketch artist, Susan the Sketcher, attended a monthly meet-up of the Dartmouth Death Café at Cole Harbour Public Library.
Libraries are filled with thousands of titles—but not everything is for everybody. For many of us, there are books we simply can't finish. Here are some of the titles that made their way to our staff members' DNF lists.
On November 23, 2022, community members were invited to Halifax Central Library to celebrate 45 years of the Library's University Classes for Everyone partnership with Saint Mary's University. Check out this photo gallery to view some of our favourite moments from the day.
This year was one for the books—literally! Inspired by the popular Spotify Wrapped campaign, let's take a deep dive into how you used your Library in 2022, and celebrate some top borrowed books, resources, and stats of the year.
"A story, properly told, can change the world. One person at a time." Meet Artist & Innovator in Residence, Israel Ekanem.
Design with Nature, Design with LEGO, and meet Library Artist in Residence, 2022-23, Christine Hempel. Christine is an urban designer, teacher, researcher and illustrator with a passion for building engaging, ecologically-responsible, and beautiful communities.
Library Artist and Innovator in Residence, S. Bear Bergman, hosted Gender Reveal Parties celebrating local trans, gender queer, non-binary, agender, two spirit, or otherwise gender non-compliant folks sharing gendered related revelations throughout October 2022.
Through his 2022 Library Residency, Alan Syliboy will be hosting drum-making workshops, concerts, and programs sharing Mi'kmaq culture, tradition, and music with community. Learn more about 'Sharing Knowledge.'