Regular hours resume on September 7 2021

03/09/2021

Ottawa Public Library will return to regular pre-pandemic hours at most branches starting Tuesday, September 7, 2021 — including Sunday hours at 10 branches and InfoService as of Sunday, September 12.  

Hours are posted at branch entrances and on the Hours and location page of the OPL website.   

Fitzroy Harbour and Vernon branches are reopening after being closed since the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020.  

Notice - Carlingwood branch

17/09/2021

The elevator at the Carlingwood branch is currently unavailable.

Hunt Club-Riverside Park Community Centre kiosk out of service

13/09/2021

The kiosk machine dispensing adult books at the Hunt Club-Riverside Park Community Centre is currently unavailable.

Rideau branch-Elevator out of service

15/09/2021

The elevator at Rideau is currently out of service for maintenance and repairs. Service will be restored on Monday, September 27th.

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Visions of Turtle Island: Tribal Vision Dance

April break program with Imagine as the theme. The image features children of different ethnicities in a circle surrounded by creative activities. On the right, a picture of an Indigenous person in traditional clothes usually wore during Haudenosaunee dances at a powwow.

 

Explore First Nations history and traditions in Tribal Vision’s high-energy online performance! The artist will explain the history and significance of their dances and illustrate the cultural experience of First Nations peoples in Canada. This show is an introduction to the powwow culture of North American Indigenous people. Join the artists for an interactive Q&A to learn more about their regalia, dances, and First Nations history. Ages 4 and up.

About Tribal Vision Dance

Tribal Vision Dance is a First Nations dance group based on the Six Nations of the Grand River Reserve in Ontario, Canada. We strive to share our culture through educational multimedia performances and workshops. We utilize contemporary powwow style dances and songs as well as traditional Haudenosaunee dances to give people a glimpse of modern First Nations cultural and artistic practices. Dance is very important to North American Indigenous people, it is a way to celebrate life and give thanks for all of creation. Tribal Vision enjoys sharing our culture through songs and dances with audiences from around the world. Over the years we have had the opportunity to perform across Canada, Germany, Turkey, Austria and Norway.