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27/05/2019
Join us for fun events to celebrate some of the different cultures that make...
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17/06/2019
This summer, kids are invited to participate in the TD Summer Reading Club, to...
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25/04/2019
Don’t have plans for Friday night yet? Check out the OPL Reel Youth Film Festival !
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04/04/2019
Do you love films? Do you love celebrating young talent? We do too! Ottawa...
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25/03/2019
Financial Literacy is about being smart with your money. Join us for informational sessions...
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04/01/2019
This high school exam season come study at OPL! High school exam season means...
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30/10/2017
Riders Series By Veronica Rossi Riders, book 1 Seeker, book 2 Four young men...
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28/10/2017
Glass Houses By Louise Penny Visiting Three Pines, the town in which this story...
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21/10/2017
The Lowland by Jhumpa Lahiri This book comes fully loaded with some very big...
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27/09/2017
The Japanese Lover by Isabel Allende Isabel Allende is a master storyteller. She easily...
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02/08/2018
Do you really miss leg warmers and sequined gloves? Perhaps you feel the world...
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12/04/2018
Join us for workshops on how to start a business, how to open a...
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22/11/2017
Turtles All the Way Down By John Green If I could write a letter...
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10/11/2017
Come and celebrate the Orléans library’s 50th anniversary on Saturday, November 18th . We’ll...
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10/10/2017
Believe Me By Eddie Izzard Eddie Izzard is a wonderful British comedian and a...
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14/09/2017
The Little Book of Hygge By Meik Wiking Hygge is about creating a satisfying...
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16/08/2017
The Wonder By Emma Donoghue This story starts out very slowly. You may even...
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12/07/2017
Daring Greatly by Brené Brown Brené Brown is a psychologist and a professor who...
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12/07/2017
Hillbilly Elegy by J. D. Vance J.D. Vance grew up as a self-proclaimed hillbilly...
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06/07/2017
Lion, A Long Way Home By Saroo Brierley Saroo Brierley was five years old...
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