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Event: Asian Heritage Month

Asian Heritage Month May is Asian Heritage Month! This month gives us a chance to appreciate the various cultures and histories of Asian communities in Canada, as well as the many accomplishments and contributions they’ve made. Drop by the library… Continue Reading →

New Book: Homecoming

Homecoming by Kate Morton In a small Australian town in 1959, Isabel Turner is out with her family for a picnic. Her husband is overseas, and she is grappling with the care and attention it takes to raise four children… Continue Reading →

Event: National Poetry Month

It is National Poetry Month, and the Poet-Tree in the Library has started to bloom! Come in during the month of April to write a poem, ode, lyrics, haiku, a prose – whatever speaks to you, and add it as… Continue Reading →

Event: Graphic Novels

A selection of graphic novels, mangas and cartoons are on display in the library. Warning: they are graphic!

New Book: The Rose Code

The Rose Code by Kate Quinn Osla is tired of being known as a “silly debutante”, so when WWII hits, she quickly joins the war effort and signs up for factory work. This isn’t as fulfilling as she thought it… Continue Reading →

Event: Blind Date with a Book

Blind Date with a Book is going on in the library! How does it work?

Event: Black History Month

As February is Black History Month, we as Canadian’s celebrate the many accomplishments and contributions of Black Canadians throughout history. Come by the library to read up on several prominent Black Canadians.

Event: Winter Break

Winter break is upon us, so come on down to the library to checkout a good book for the time away!

Event: Memes

This month’s display is on procrastination……………….it should be up soon, but for now, please enjoy these memes 😜

New Book: Everything Is OK

Everything Is OK by Debbie Tung In this graphic memoir, Debbie outlines her struggle with anxiety and depression. She shares what its like to live with; chewing over all kinds of “what ifs”, feeling hopeless and struggling to keep her… Continue Reading →

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