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Posted On Thursday, November 26, 2020

Letters to Santa_web squareHalton Hills Public Library is happy to announce that Santa is waiting to hear from you! Simply write a letter to Santa and tell him what you wish for under the tree. When it comes to Christmas wishes, it’s best to put them in writing.
Drop by either Branch and pick up a Letters to Santa, Grab and Go Kit . Each kit contains everything you need to write a letter to Santa (plus a tasty treat)! When you’re finished your letter, be sure to mail it in Santa’s...

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Posted On Thursday, November 19, 2020

Henry-thomas-shepherd_medals_web The Halton Hills Public Library is excited to welcome residents to view, reflect, and celebrate the incredible life and legacy of Henry Thomas Shepherd in a new online exhibit that details his life and accomplishments.
Through pictures, text, transcripts, and audio, this remarkable exhibit details Henry’s life, his family history, numerous accomplishments, war service, careers; including Fleck’s Paper Mill and Chief of the Georgetown Fire Department, his associations,...

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Posted On Monday, November 16, 2020

As of Monday, November 16, Halton Region has moved to fulfill the Provincial Red Zone directions.
The Library meets all acceptable controls required for the red zone.
Please visit our  COVID-19 response page  to see all the things we are doing to ensure the safety of our community and staff. 

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Posted On Thursday, November 12, 2020

CommunityServices_squareAs a life-long learning partner, Halton Hills Public Library hosts numerous programs – in branch and virtual – to assist patrons, build a stronger community and provide a central hub for the exchange of ideas and information for all residents. In many ways, your local Library is a one-stop-shop, offering support, education, vital programming, inclusion, relaxation, technology services, professional development, and more.
Please note: If you’d like to attend...

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Posted On Friday, November 06, 2020

Best Kept SecretsYour local Library is the best-kept secret. Never before has it been this easy to learn a new language or listen to music for free. 24/7 convenience with your Library card, makes life that much sweeter. Go ahead, give these resources a try!
Mango Languages Mango offers over 70 world languages and dialects through courses based on conversations. Each language is self-paced and introduces the learner to cultural insights and grammatical nuances, is delivered through native...

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