Prepare for howling winds, creepy characters, ghostly ships, strange apparitions, and things that go “bump” in the night. Our 30th Annual Ghost Story Writing Contest, sponsored by the Helen Creighton Folklore Society, invites youth to enter their best spooky summer campfire story.
This National Indigenous History Month, from June 3 to 30, readers all across Canada are invited to read Glass Beads by Dawn Dumont as part of One eRead Canada.
A new sign is being installed in Central Library’s outdoor Front Plaza. A new sign is being installed in Central Library’s outdoor Front Plaza. Dubbed “Big L,” the sign is an exterior monument and landscape feature that identifies Halifax Central Library as a library building and pillar of our community.
This summer, Keshen Goodman will welcome a whimsical new outdoor gnome, and it needs a name! Ideas? Enter our naming contest for ages 5-12. Contest runs May 21-June 14, 2019.
Halifax Public Libraries has switched to a new tele-messaging system. The new tele-messaging system should improve the success rate of dial-out calls, and our previous provider is no longer supported.
Halifax Pubic Libraries is an Official Charity Challenge Team in the 2019 Blue Nose Marathon. When you join Halifax Public Libraries' Charity Challenge Team, The Page Turning Pavement Pounders, you’ll make your Blue Nose Marathon weekend even more significant because your hard work is also benefiting your local Libraries.
Construction is expected to wrap up in Spring 2019. There will be no impact to Library service beyond inability to access the Studio throughout construction.