In the March/April issue of Canadian Geographic, reflect on 20 years of Canada's newest territory, Nunavut.
There's no wait to listen to these downloadable audiobooks on your commute, while you work out, or while vacuuming cat hair off the sofa.
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Ever wonder what Riverdale's resident author and narrator would curl up with in the old Twilight Drive-In?
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Celebrate the 75th birthday of the legendary lead singer of The Supremes with catchy hits from the iconic girl groups of the 60s.
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March – after Mars, the Roman god of war – is the perfect month for delving into the mystique of ancient Rome via these fiery books.
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The month of March is named after Mars, the Roman God of War. Delve into the feisty Olympian's myths as he sows conflict and chaos.
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A lullaby is a soothing way to help your baby relax and go to sleep. These books are lovely and calming .... Zzzzzzz.
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Houmou Guiro is no stranger to libraries. First in France, and now she regularly visits the Louise Riley & Central locations in Calgary.
Help a young reader discover the magic of reading. Volunteers are needed at multiple locations, including Village Square and Forest Lawn.
Kids, teens, adults & families can try new things at the Library during March break, from magic shows & musical instruments to video games.
Contend with your commute with these resources — from audio and ebooks to movies and newspapers — all free with your Library card.
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