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Some of our most popular books at Halifax Public Libraries are titles that have been adapted for film or TV. As soon as a new film adaptation is announced, we often see demand for the book increase right away. With that in mind, we are highlighting some great books that have been (or will be) turned into movies.
The Sunroom at Central Library | On display from July 6 to August 22, 2019 in The Sunroom at Central Library, Nova Scotia en plein air: Where the artists’ studio is outdoors.
On Tuesday, June 25, 2019, Halifax Public Libraries staff, partners, and community partners gathered for our Annual General Meeting. We are pleased to recognize outstanding community partners, volunteers, and staff members with our 2019 Impact Awards. Read more about them.
Pipukwes Latto’law (Raymond Gilbert Sewell), BA, MA is an l’nu from the Mi’kmaq district of Kespek – specifically Ge’gwapsgug. Here, he shares the memories and meaning of Indigenous music in his life.
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.