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Writers' Circle

Need incentive to finish your novel, your short story, or your poem? Here's your chance to join others for writing exercises, brain storming, feedback, and encouragement. Everyone welcome to share their work and their constructive criticism in a positive environment. For more information please call the library at 902-684-0103

Never miss a hold notice

Text Message Notifications are here!
Would you like a quick, easy way to find out when your holds are ready to pick up? Same Page now gives patrons the option to receive text/SMS alerts straight to their mobile device.
Text Message Notifications are a way for you to be notified that items you have requested to be held for you have arrived at the pickup location.

How Do I Sign Up?
To opt in, visit your favourite library location today!

Let the Games Begin

Do you enjoy playing cards or board games?  Skip-Bo and Scrabble are popular and we have them here for you to enjoy.  If you have a favourite game you'd like to share with others, be sure to bring it along!

Registration not required.

Book Launch: "Ghost Breezes" by Daniel Lillford

"Ghost Breezes" is a collection of twenty funny, spooky, intense, magical stories by actor, playwright and writer Daniel Lillford, with illustrations by Jesse Lillford-Brighton.

Many of the tales explore a certain fishing community on the South Shore of Nova Scotia; others take us as far afield as the Channel Islands.

Daniel will read from and answer questions about his book. 

The founder of Moose House Publications, Brenda Thompson, will also be in attendance.

Copies will be available for purchase. 

Registration not required. 


Local History Brought to Life: "Rural Renaissance" by Andrew Tolson

Videographer Andrew Tolson will give a presentation on creating the documentary "Rural Renaissance: How Canada’s Oldest Town Reinvented Itself".

Andrew and his team merged traditional storytelling techniques with digital technology to tell the story of Annapolis Royal’s journey from down and (almost) out to being the envy of the province.

This presentation is a must-see for those interested in local history or video documentary production.

Gingerbread House Tree Ornament

Get into the holiday spirit and create your own one of a kind gingerbread house tree ornament!

Ages 16+. Registration is required.

Minimum of 3 sign ups to run the program, patrons signed up will be called in case of cancellation. If you cannot make it to the event you signed up for please advise the branch as they may have waitlists.