On October 12, 2019, Halifax Central Library hosted its second FRESHFest, a festival-style exploration of all things food featuring Nova Scotian flavours and food changemakers. View the gallery!
Each month, your Library hosts a wide variety of special programs. You can download our monthly program listings here, as they become available. We'll keep this post up-to-date with the latest booklets so you can know what's on the go, while you're on the go.
“Be yourself. Unless you can be a unicorn, In that case, you should always be a unicorn.” Pride Week in Halifax is a bright and energetic time; and a time for reflection and learning. View Halifax Public Libraries' Pride Parade gallery.
On June 25, 2019, the Library's volunteer sketch artist, Susan MacLeod, beamed into a UFO event at Alderney Gate Public Library. View the sketch story.
This month, we’re showing you what happens when books (and other Library materials) arrive at a branch. To keep things interesting, we’ll be taking a look at our beautiful Central Library.
On May 13, 2019, during Asian Heritage Month, Susan the Sketcher captured the event "Experience Tinikling" at Halifax Central Library. A group of dancers from the Filipino Association of Nova Scotia presented Tinikling dance to showcase Filipino Heritage.
On May 4, 2019, Halifax Public Libraries' volunteer sketch artist, Susan "the Sketcher" MacLeod attended the event, Why Immigrants are an Asset at Halifax Central Library. She was able to capture some of presenter, Danish immigrant Pernille Fischer Boulter's, thoughts here.