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What's happening at Greely
In celebration of National Aboriginal History Month, the Greely and Stittsville branches are hosting a First Nations Cultural program on Saturday, June 8th, 2013. The theme is the "heartbeat of Mother Earth...
The Greely branch is a rural library with all the amenities of any urban branch - high-speed Internet and access to the entire collection of the OPL through the online catalogue. The same spirit and dedication shown by a determined group of local residents who brought the library to Greely in the 1970s is alive today at the Greely branch of the OPL. In 2011, the branch moved into its new home, built thanks to the government’s Infrastructure Stimulus Fund.