Services offerts en succursale

18/11/2020

SUCCURSALES OUVERTES: 22 de nos succursales et le Bibliobus sont actuellement ouverts avec des services modifiés.

Des succursales additionnelles rouvriront avec un service de retour et de collecte d’articles réservés sans contact cet automne et au début de l’hiver. Détails:  https://biblioottawalibrary.ca/fr/blogs/mises-%C3%A0-jour-nouvelles-dates-de-r%C3%A9ouverture-de-succursales

HORAIRES ET EMPLACEMENTS: pour les heures d’ouverture des succursales

BIBLIOBUS: pour l’horaire actuel des arrêts du Bibliobus

OBLIGATOIRELe port du masque est obligatoire à l'intérieur des succursales de la Bibliothèque publique d'Ottawa, conformément au Règlement temporaire sur le port obligatoire d’un masque. Les clients qui ne portent pas de masque ne seront pas autorisés à entrer dans les succursales. Des exceptions s'appliquent aux personnes avec exemption médicale.

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Ottawa International Writer's Festival Virtual Fall Season - Week 6

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17/09/2020

Week 6, September 21 - 27, 2020

Author Visits:

Monday September 21 at 7:30 pm - Inheritance with Kaie Kellough and Ian Williams In Conversation

Join the conversation on community, history, belonging and the families we inherit and those we choose. Adrian Harewood talks with Kaie Kellough and Ian Williams, two authors acclaimed for both poetry and prose. This event will also be available in French translation: L’événement sera diffusé en direct sur YouTube. (En anglais avec un service d’interprétation simultanée en français.)

 

Tuesday, September 22 at 7:30 pm - National Launch for Burning Sugar with Cicely Belle Blain

Join us in celebrating the latest from Vivek Shraya's VS. Books: a poetic exploration of Black identity, history, and lived experience influenced by the constant search for liberation.In this incendiary debut collection, activist and poet Cicely Belle Blain intimately revisits familiar spaces in geography, in the arts, and in personal history to expose the legacy of colonization and its impact on Black bodies.

 

Podcasts:

Tuesday, September 22 at 12:00 pm - Confronting History with Francesca Ekwuyasi and Shaena Lambert

Some think of history as something distinct from the here and now, but for bettor or worse, history is always with us. Clearly, some history needs to be confronted if we are ever going to learn from it. This episode features Francesca Ekwuyasi in conversation with Catherine Hernandez and Shaena Lambert in conversation with Peter Schneider.

Friday, September 25 at 12:00 pm - Neurodiversity and The Ever-Changing Brain, featuring Sarah Kurchak and David Eagleman

Is there anything more mysterious and more fundamental to our lives than the human brain? But do any of us really understand how our brains work, where consciousness comes from or how best to deal with our unique quirks of perception? This episode features Stephen Brockwell in conversation with neuroscientist David Eagleman and Nina Jane Drystek in conversation with autistic self-advocate and essayist Sarah Kurchak. 

 

Pre-recorded Event:

Sunday, September 27 at 2:00 pm - Commanding Hope with Thomas Homer-Dixon, hosted by John Geddes

Calling on history, cutting-edge research, complexity science and even Lord of the Rings, Thomas Homer-Dixon lays out the tools we can command to rescue a world on the brink. Journalist John Geddes sits down with the bestselling author and thinker to discuss his latest book, Commanding Hope: The Power We Have to Renew a World in Peril.

 

Ottawa International Writer's Festival Virtual Season - Week 6par OttawaNewcomerServices

Titles featured during Week 6 of the Ottawa International Writer's Festival Virtual Fall Season, September 21-27, 2020. Please see https://writersfestival.org/events for more details.