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Posted On Thursday, April 15, 2021

Literary Diversity Thinkpiece_ webRepresentation matters. Telling our own story matters. And having your voice heard when it has not always been included in the wider acceptance of what counts as literature is powerful.
Reading brings us closer together. It helps to forge bonds of empathy and understanding for one another, even when we do not share the same experiences as another group of people. Throughout history, the general acceptance of “good literature” has been solely within the bounds of...

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Posted On Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Home Theatre Coll_squareLooking for an exciting way to add flare to your home movie nights? Your local library is here to help by offering an exciting, new digital experience with our convenient Home Theatre Collection! Create the perfect atmosphere by choosing from a variety of options which include a hi-res projector, DVD or Blu Ray player, a 40” table-top screen, and portable speakers. Borrow any combination of these items to create the ultimate theatre experience right in your own home. To...
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Posted On Thursday, April 08, 2021

Provincewide-Stay-at-HomeOrder pic_Apr21As of Thursday, April 8 at 12:01 a.m., Halton Hills Public Library is open for contactless holds pick-up, limited computer use, and social services. This aligns with the Province of Ontario’s Emergency Stay-at-Home Order. Here’s a List of what’s available.
Borrowing Materials Place holds on items/materials from the HHPL Website or over the phone and pick them up at the entrance. Items will be checked out by a staff member at the service desk.
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Posted On Tuesday, April 06, 2021

Readwoke_square solid_21 “Read Woke is a movement.  It is a feeling. It is a style. It is a form of education. It is a call to action; it is our right as lifelong learners. It means arming yourself with knowledge in order to better protect your rights. Knowledge is power and no one can take it away. It means learning about others so that you can treat people with the respect and dignity that they deserve no matter their religion, race, creed, or colour.”    ...
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Posted On Thursday, April 01, 2021

Prov-WideEmBrShutdown_Apr21 Provincewide “Emergency Brake” Shutdown
As of Saturday, April 3 at 12:01 a.m., Halton Hills Public Library will be open for contactless holds pickup and computer use only, which aligns with the Province of Ontario’s “Emergency Brake” Shutdown. Here’s a List of what’s available during this shutdown.
Borrowing Materials You can place holds for items/materials on the HHPL Website or over the phone and pick them up in branch...

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