On Thursday, July 1, all locations and services, including Curbside Pick-up and Ask the Library, at Halifax Public Libraries will be closed for the Canada Day holiday.
We're all about meeting people where they are. If you're happy to be on the move while making a difference in your community, this opportunity might deliver.
Prepare for howling winds, creepy characters, ghostly ships, strange apparitions, and things that go “bump” in the night. Our 32nd Annual Ghost Story Writing Contest, sponsored by the Helen Creighton Folklore Society, invites youth to enter their best spooky summer campfire story.
Public Health has notified the Library of a potential COVID-19 exposure that occurred on June 36, 10:00am-12:00pm at the Halifax North Memorial Public Library. All locations remain open.
A new interactive and contemporary community conversation series is launching. It's called Preston Community Talks and the first program takes place Monday, June 7.
The Library has received requests to remove a book from its collection. We are issuing a final decision to keep the book and not censor it.
With hoopla, thousands of books, movies, audiobooks, comic books, music albums and more are at your fingertips with no holds and no waitlists. As a bonus, hoopla is offering a delightful treat for library card holders during May 2021—a selection of popular items that won't count toward your monthly limit! Read on to learn more about Bonus Borrows.
Serving the public is always a priority for Halifax Public Libraries, and our community members’ best interests are on all our minds. Call us with questions you'd usually ask in person, or just to chat.