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Posted On Friday, June 11, 2021

Come to the Library for contactless holds pickup, limited computer use, and social services.
As of June 11th, 2021, the Halton Hills Public Library is following the requirements of the Provincewide Roadmap to Reopen - Step 1 .
For more information on available services, please visit our COVID-19 Response page .
For Information Regarding COVID-19 Vaccines, please visit  Town of Halton Hills COVID-19 .

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Posted On Thursday, June 10, 2021

Seniors_squareIt’s seniors’ month in Canada, and this year’s theme is “Stay safe, active and connected.”
Every June we celebrate and recognize older adults, honouring all the contributions they’ve made in our communities and how they can stay independent and socially connected.
Here in Halton Hills, your local library is offering these great resources in celebration of this special month.
#SeniorsSafety Drop by the Acton or Georgetown Branch...

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Posted On Wednesday, June 02, 2021

Ink Writing graphic_squareWriting is a great way for young people to communicate and express their emotions. It helps to increase their growth, creates a greater understanding of empathy, and deepens compassion. Plus, the power of writing boosts literacy and connects all of us to each other.
This year’s Ink Writing Project is back and better than ever! This fun and creative competition is for kids and teens in Grades 4 to 12. From June 2 to July 31, you can enter your original poetry and or short...

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Posted On Monday, May 31, 2021

HH LIBRARY_Magnus_squareGetting to know a new place, business or service can cause anxiety for anyone, but for people with autism or other cognitive impairments, navigating a new environment without understanding how things are set up or work can be even more stressful.
To help people orient themselves to new locations and services, MagnusMode, a company based in Waterloo, Ontario developed MagnusCards, an app created to bridge this gap and provide inclusivity for everyone in their everyday activities....

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Posted On Thursday, May 27, 2021

OneBook title-author_square1 Your local library is thrilled to announce that Gutter Child by Jael Richardson is this year’s feature title and author for its 11 th annual One Book, One Halton Hills event.
Borrow a copy of Gutter Child or download from our digital library (Hoopla, CloudLibrary) and join in the celebration of the One Book, One Halton Hills experience for 2021.
In September HHPL will be hosting a celebration night with Jael Richardson, where she will discuss her book, her...

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