Actor, author, and Montreal Canadiens fan, Jay Baruchel, visited Halifax Central Library to discuss hockey, family, and being Canadian.
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…
Every year, readers of The Coast vote for what makes them happiest in their city. When they choose their Libraries, that makes us happy. Read about your Best of Halifax 2017 Readers' Choice Awards winners.
Halifax, N.S. – On Sunday, September 10, 12-4 p.m., Halifax Public Libraries will invite community members to take a stroll through an interactive festival of food delights. FRESHFest will have everyone exploring, tasting, and thinking about Food Resources Everyone Should Have.
A celebration animated Paul O’Regan Hall on Tuesday, June 27, 2017 as Halifax Public Libraries shared a year of success by honouring the people who helped make it happen.
Explore the deep roots of one of Nova Scotia’s founding cultures. A permanent bilingual display entitled L’acadie et la francophonie: Notre histoire / Our Story was unveiled on April 20, 2017 at Halifax Central Library.
The Library is ready to let the sunshine in its new art exhibit space —The Sunroom. On Wednesday, February 8, from 6-8 PM, an opening event took place on the fifth floor of Halifax Central Library.
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