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Update – Computers Now Available at Forest Glade Library

All computing services including internet access, catalogue searching and printing are temporarily unavailable at Forest Glade Branch.  We are working on the problem and hope to have a resolution very soon. The phones are also unavailable at that branch, but staff at other branches are available to assist you....
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Outdoors – Great!

Once the black flies and mosquitoes subside a bit, vacationing in the great outdoors will be on the to-do list for many Canadians.  Whether you are considering an extended camping excursion, a weekend wilderness getaway, or just day-tripping, this is the year to get your gear in gear. In celebration of Canada’s sesquicentennial, Parks Canada is offering free admission to all National Parks across the country. For those who are...
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How to Videos

How to: How to Get a Library Card How to Create Your Online Library account How to Search the Online Catalogue How to Place a Hold Renewing an item How to use Your Virtual Bookshelves Our Services/Spaces: Kids Programs Automotive Archives Tech Hub Local history Genealogy Bookmobile  ...
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Reginald Brian Land

Librarian. – Born: July 29, 1927 Niagara Falls, Ontario – B.A. Political Science and Economics, Bachelor of Library Science (1953), Masters of Library Science (1956); M.A. Political Science (1963) University of Toronto. – Toronto Public Library: Reference Librarian, 1953-1955; – University of Toronto Library: Joined as a cataloguer 1955-1956, later returning as Assistant Chief Librarian 1959-1963, and Associate Librarian 1963. – Head, Business and Industry Collection, Windsor Public Library: 1956-1957...
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Shawn Micallef

Author, Journalist, Editor. Shawn Micallef was born and raised in Windsor and is now a Toronto-based urban expert. He has written for publications such as Spacing and Eye Weekly. Born April 10, 1974 at Metropolitan Hospital, Mr. Micallef attended St. Anne’s High School. He then attended the University of Windsor, obtaining his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science before obtaining his Master of Arts in the same field. He credits...
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Keep Calm and Rock On, and on, and on: Aging in the Rock World

  “Hey, we just enjoy it. I think we think we’re getting the hang of this thing, you know?”  – Keith Richards The Rolling Stones Formed in London, England in 1962 by Brian Jones, the original lineup also consisted of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Bill Wyman and Ian Stewart. The Stones very first gig though, (and only that gig)featured Mick Avory on drums who later went on to drum...
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Cozy Mystery Reading

Have you ever wondered what a cozy-mystery is? “Cozies” as fans like to call them are a subgenre of mystery or thriller novels. They are typically light reads in that the sex and violence often portrayed in other detective fiction is really downplayed. In most cases, the detectives themselves aren’t even real officers, but rather educated and intelligent women, who most often live in really small cities or towns. There...
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Kick Clutter to the Curb

I don’t know if it’s the time of year, but as the holidays wind down and the idea of a long winter indoors becomes a reality, I get a bit stir crazy and always tackle my spring cleaning much earlier than the name would suggest. While people are dropping the pounds at the gym, I’m usually found in the back of an old broom closet purging those bits of broken...
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Fred C. Israel

Librarian, Library Director, library planner. Fred C. Israel was born in 1933 in Kitchener, Ontario and attended grade school there. After graduating from high school, Israel studied at St. Jerome College which was affiliated with the University of Ottawa. He received his B.A. from the University of Ottawa in 1957, and then went to the University of Toronto to study Library Science. He worked for a while at the Kitchener...
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Carl Morgan

Journalist, newspaper editor, writer Carl Morgan was born in 1931 in Toronto, Ontario. He married his wife Gloria, whom he met while working in Sudbury, Ontario, in 1952. They had three children and four grandchildren together. The Morgans moved to Windsor, Ontario when Carl got a reporter’s job with the Windsor Star in 1955, and remained in Windsor until their deaths in 2008. Carl never wanted to be a journalist, yet a journalist...
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