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Windsorite adds to Chicken Soup for the Soul Series

Windsor Public Library is very proud that one of patrons has had her work included in Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Spirit of Canada. Durre Jabeen is a frequent visitor to the library, attending events like the Writers’ Group, colouring group and the Conversation Circle, which was the subject of her story. Durre has been coming to the WPL Writers’ Group since it began in 2012, and has self-published books...
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Discover Windsor Public Library – on YouTube!

If you have ever wondered about the kinds of services the library has to offer, now you can discover some of the coolest places in your library – through YouTube. Check out our fun new series of videos and learn how we can help with your Genealogy searches, what’s up with the Bookmobile, why  we are so proud of our Auto Archives, Tech Space, Children’s Programming and more. There are also tutorials available...
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Authors Love Libraries

We are very excited to have Christopher Paul Curtis, award-winning  (Newbery,  Coretta Scott King, Golden Kite just to name a few!) author appear in person to tell us about what Windsor Public Library means to him.  Mr. Curtis is a talented author and extraordinary speaker – don’t miss your chance to hear him. Christopher Paul Curtis will be speaking at the opening of the Windsor Public Library Annual General Meeting,...
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Make your Photos Shine!

Do your photos look dull, dark and blurry?  Want them to be crisp, interesting and attractive?  Join us in the Tech Hub on Wednesday, March 15 at 6 pm and learn how lighting can make a difference in your photos. Lauren Hedges will run through the basics of photography lighting and give you tips to make your photos shine.  Check out her website at www.LaurenHedges.com to see samples of her work. For...
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Congratulations to Ms. Janet and Windsor Public Library!

We are thrilled to announce that the Penguin Random House Foundation has awarded Windsor Public Library a grant through its inaugural Library Awards for Innovation search. This award recognizes the most innovative public libraries and library staff for community-based library programs that engage citizens in reading and strengthen the social and cultural fabric of their community. This year only, Canada was eligible to compete, and Windsor Public Library was the only Canadian library...
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