Radon Test Kits available for loan from your public library

Radon Test Kits available for loan from your public library

Radon Test Kits available for loan from your public library November is both Lung Awareness Month and Radon Awareness Month. LANS (Lung Association of Nova Scotia), with funding from Health Canada, has partnered with public libraries across the province to offer radon...
Games at the Library Week

Games at the Library Week

October 29 – November 4 is Games at the Library week. Sponsored locally by the Atlantic Provinces Library Association (APLA) , it is part of a worldwide celebration of game playing. Board games, chess, cards, video games, role-playing games, escape rooms, and active...
Reading History feature is now live on our OverDrive site

Reading History feature is now live on our OverDrive site

We are happy to report that the Reading History feature is now live on our OverDrive site. How the History page works: Each time a title is borrowed, it is added to the user’s history. At launch, a user will see an empty history until they borrow a title, or manually...
Author bonanza

Author bonanza

This has been a bookish year for Nova Scotia.  With 150 Forward funding from the Department of Communities, Culture, and Heritage, libraries around the province have been hosting a wide range of author readings and events. We’ve been celebrating Canadian authors...
It’s in the bag

It’s in the bag

What’s in those pretty purple bags, you ask?  We’ve updated our Book Club in a Bag with new containers, and some fresh titles to go along with them. Thanks to a generous donation, we’ve been doing some work on making this popular resource even better. If you are not...
Party Time in Annapolis Royal

Party Time in Annapolis Royal

Over 40 people crowded into the small space in the current Annapolis Royal Library on Saturday, August 12 for a celebration. Eight years ago the Friends of the Annapolis Royal Library became concerned that the community had outgrown the space, and started campaigning...