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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...
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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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Fun in the Tech Hub

The elves visiting the Tech Hub at the Central branch have been busy “techorating” the space!  The ornaments on our tree are all tech-related:  3D printed ornaments, lights from batteries and LED bulbs, works of art produced on the electronic cutter and leftover pieces that have been tinkered into things of beauty. You still have a few days to get in on the fun and try our December STEAM challenge. ...
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Dorothy Mahoney at Windsor Public Library

WPL Writers’ Group is excited to welcome guest speaker Dorothy Mahoney to our December meeting.  Mahoney’s second book of poetry Off Leash was released in 2016. Her works have been published in numerous anthologies, she has been a moderator and presenter with BookFest Windsor and she is an active member of Windsor’s literary scene.  She will be sharing her experiences as a writer, and answering questions about her experiences, as...
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Indian Woman I Am: Pain, Hope, Courage and Survival

“My name is Evelyn Morales of Saulteaux, Ojibway, Cree, Scottish and French ancestral lines.  I was born in Manitoba and given the spirit name “One Storm Thunder Lightning Woman”.  I am a mother, grandmother, an Aboriginal, and a Christian woman.  I have survived many traumas throughout my life from experiencing residential school, a broken home, and broken relationships to living in a home school for girls, foster homes and ultimately,...
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