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WPL Black History Month Celebration

Histo-cultural presenter Kim Elliott will give a 90-minute multi-media presentation on local AfriCanadian History as part of the WPL Black History Month celebration. As a direct descendent of early Underground Railroad Slave Refugees and Black Loyalists that defended the Upper Canada frontier in the Fort Detroit  and Fort Malden region, he has an interesting and informative perspective. The presentation will take place Tuesday, February 23, 2016, at 6:00 pm, at Forest Glade...
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Retired Educator Jim Stuart Appointed to Windsor Public Library Board

Jim Stuart, a long-time educator and community advocate has been appointed to the Windsor Public Library Board to complete the 2015-2018 term. Mr. Stuart has a deep appreciation for the important role the Windsor Public Library system plays in sustaining the intellectual and social needs of the Windsor Community. He looks forward to joining the Board as it implements its exciting facilities plans at the Optimist Community Centre, Budimir and...
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Popular Magazines Available at Windsor Public Library

Windsor Public Library is pleased to offer on-line access, from home, school or work, day or night, to a new collection of popular magazines:  Consumer Reports, Maclean’s, Family Tree, HELLO! Canada, Cricket, Rolling Stone, Architectural Digest and Highlights for Children, all available on FLIPSTER And don’t forget the other great titles available through ZINIO: more than 50 titles, including Car & Driver, National Geographic, The New Yorker, O: the Oprah...
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Windsor Public Library Celebrates Black History Month

Every February, Windsorites are invited to take part in celebrations and events which honour the legacy of Black Canadians, past and present, during Black History Month. It is a time to celebrate the many achievements and contributions of Black Canadians, who, throughout history, have done so much to make Canada the culturally diverse, compassionate and prosperous nation we know today. It is also an opportunity for the majority of Canadians...
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Public Library Partnership To Create Social Services Hub

The Windsor Public Library, together with partners Essex and Guelph, have been awarded $200,000 from the Ontario Libraries Capacity Fund, to develop a community hub of social services for those experiencing homelessness or living in poverty. The Library Hubs Meeting Community Needs (LHMCN) Project, will create tools which will be shared with library systems across the province. They will focus on encouraging the development of new ways to engage with...
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