Ottawa – The Ottawa Public Library is joining the festivities to mark Canada 150th anniversary by celebrating the art of Storytelling throughout the year.
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Starting today, OPL pioneers Express eBooks
Ottawa – The Ottawa Public Library (OPL) has launched an innovative digital storytelling web app bringing together library resources, programs and community stories linked to food and nutriti
Ottawa – On Saturday, February 25, OPL-BPO Canada 150 presents The Door You Came In, an extraordinary performance of spoken word and song.
Ottawa – It’s almost here! March Break, from March 13 to 17, is just around the corner, and the Ottawa Public Library is offering fun, educational, and free programs throughout the city for children ages 4 to 12!
OTTAWA – OPL/BPO Canada 150 in partnership with Amnesty International presents: Last Chance, a National Film Board feature documentary which tells the story of five asylum seekers fleeing homophobic violence in their native countries, and the hu
Ottawa – The Blackburn Hamlet branch of the Ottawa Public Library will be closed over two periods this winter and spring for improvements.The first closure is from Monday, February 27 to Thursday, March 9, inclusive. It will reopen Friday, March 10.
Decision advances municipal-federal collaboration on joint facility
Ottawa – The Ottawa Public Library is joining the festivities to mark Canada’s 150th anniversary by celebrating the art of Storytelling throughout the year.
Winterlude is here! From February 3 to 20, Winterlude festivities will be taking over the Ottawa-Gatineau region. Join the Ottawa Public Library’s Bookmobile every Sunday of Winterlude at the Marion Dewar Plaza (in front of City Hall), from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Ottawa City Council to make final decisions on February 8
Ottawa – As part of its food literacy project à la carte, the Ottawa Public Library is hosting Chef Bruce Wood for three delicious Cooking Essentials workshops
Ottawa – The Ottawa Public Library (OPL) is pleased to announce two new additional online resources this winter.
Ottawa – The Ottawa Public Library (OPL) is celebrating a record-breaking number of checkouts in 2016 for eBooks (820,826) and audiobooks (201,824), totalling 1,022,650!
Ottawa – Young writers of Ottawa! The Ottawa Public Library’s Awesome Authors youth writing contest is underway, and we have several workshops to help you create your poem, short story, or comic.
Ottawa – It’s 2017 and the Ottawa Public Library is joining the festivities to mark Canada’s 150th anniversary by celebrating the art of STORYTELLING throughout the year.
Ottawa – City Council approved the Ottawa Public Library (OPL) 2017 operating and capital budget on December 14, 2016. The complete budget envelope is $47.235 million, which includes funding for both operating and capital expenses.
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Ottawa – ‘Tis the season for too much …everything! Counter the holiday season’s excesses‒both food-related and budgetary‒by attending the Ottawa Public Library’s Healthy Eating on a Budget program on Thursday, December 8, 6 p.m.
Ottawa – On your mark, get set, write: starting December 1, young Ottawans are invited to create a poem, a short story, or a comic for the Ottawa Public Library’s Awesome Authors youth writing contest! Are you between the age of 9 and 17 and have things to say?