MISE À JOUR : Services de la BPO à compter du 8 avril

08/04/2021

À compter du jeudi 8 avril 

  • Les succursales ouvertes offriront les services de retours et de la collecte des articles réservés en bordure de rue.
  • Les clients ne seront plus autorisés à l’intérieur.
  • Les services à domicile et du Bibliobus seront maintenus pendant cette période. 
  • Les heures d’ouverture demeurent les mêmes.
  • Le port du masque dans les files d’attente à l’extérieur reste obligatoire

Consultez le blogue de la BPO pour les détails.

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Virtual Death Café

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At a Death Cafe people, often strangers, gather to discuss death.  Our objective is to increase awareness of death with a view to helping people make the most of their (finite) lives.  A Death Cafe is a group-directed discussion of death with no agenda, objectives or themes. 

During these uncertain times, having a safe and non-judgmental space is even more important as we grapple with what life looks like today and how it is affecting both our living and our dying.​

​Even in these uncertain times, one certainty remains...talking about death and dying.

Ottawa Public Library and Home Hospice Association are partnering to hold a Death Café online on Zoom. The registration button leads to an intake form managed by the Home Hospice Association.