Closed for Heritage Day Holiday All branches of Halifax Public Libraries will be closed Monday, February 18 for Heritage Day. The Library will return to its regular operating hours on Tuesday, February 19. Nova Scotia Heritage Day is an annual reminder about our province’s historic past. This year’s Heritage Day Honouree is Maud Lewis. A…
Beginning Friday, February 1 at 5:00pm, Treats Café at Keshen Goodman Public Library will be closed for maintenance. We will provide an update here when the closure end-date is known.
Halifax Public Libraries' Food Literacy Specialist will offer her expertise to bring food-based programs to community members of all ages.
Beginning on Monday, November 12, you will see crews doing some minor construction work on the outdoor Front Plaza at Central Library. You can expect to see digging and drilling over the coming weeks. Library service will not be impacted, but some slight rerouting may be required to enter the building.
Halifax has a lot to offer, and each year, The Coast gives readers an opportunity to vote for their favourite city features. You can read about all the Best of Halifax Readers' Choice Award winners here. This year, readers chose their Library as something they love about Halifax, and we couldn't be happier—because we love the ways you…
We are proud to offer our Eastern Passage community a new way to borrow books. Our first Community Library Kiosk has been installed in the Tallahassee Recreation Centre in Eastern Passage. The Library Kiosk will always be stocked with books for all ages and interests. You can borrow and return books as you please—right there in your community.
Two years ago, Library staff member Zso Michele realized they were on the autism spectrum.When a doctor confirmed Zso’s self-diagnosis, they were able to understand past experiences, and move toward a new and exciting professional path.
Halifax Public Libraries has added another digital resource to our Magazines and Newspaper collection. PressReader is an online portal anyone can access from Library computers or WiFi connections.