The Ottawa Public Library is holding its 9th annual Teen Author Fest on October 27 from 12-5pm.
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Beechwood was open to pedestrians Saturday September 8 for the third annual East Feast street fair festival.
With Ottawa’s municipal elections fast approaching, it’s time to get smart on the issues, the people, and the processes important for this year’s election. Even more, maybe you’re considering getting involved, but have no idea where or to start or what to do. If you are looking to get involved, DemocracyKit is a good place to start.
100in1Day is happening this Saturday, June 2.
We’ve seen what the adults read, so now it’s time for the top reads in teen fiction and children’s books.
The Ottawa Public Library has crunched the numbers on what people across the city borrowed and read this year, listing the Top 10 titles in several genres.
The Ottawa Public Library’s food literacy project, à la carte, is hosting three authors in conjunction with the Ottawa International Writers Festival.
No Netflix? No problem. There are many free alternatives for you to enjoy the magic of Hollywood at home or out and about in Ottawa.
For the OPL, 2016 was a year of firsts and new research initiatives.
Which books did we check out of the Ottawa Public Library the most this year?
Here are my picks for what I enjoyed the most from teen and adult books for 2016. It was quite a struggle whittling it down to these twenty-eight books from the over 400 I read so far this year, but these were some of the more entertaining ones I found.
Here are some of the best teen books I read, plus some of the graphic novels I came across that stood out. Next up will be the adult books, which just goes to show, it was a great year for good reads.
Jessica Green is a book addict and library card holder since the age of 3. She’s a librarian at the Ottawa Public Library and currently the Apartment613 Librarian-in-Residence, sharing a compendium of literary thoughts and tips. Our Librarian-in-Residence’s picks for the best comics and graphic novels of the year are below. Stay tuned for her […]
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It’s that time of the year, where our Librarian In Residence shares some of the gems she has come across in her reading.