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6th Annual Telling Tales Festival - A Day for Celebrating Stories
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Hamilton's Next Top Novel

Local History & Archives 2015 Calendar

An image selected for the 2015 Local History & Archives calendar.

Hamilton Public Library’s Local History and Archives department has created a 2015 calendar filled with marvelous images of Hamilton’s past. Learn more here, including when and where they are available for sale! 

Get excited! It's the 2014 Telling Tales Festival!

Telling Tales Logo 2014

On Sunday, September 14, 2014, let your imagination run wild at the 6th annual Telling Tales Festival!

TechAid @ HPL - September 2014

TechAid at HPL

A new semester of the Hamilton Public Library’s TechAid public computer training classes is about to begin! Check here to learn more about the classes we offer, including some exciting new features and services!

Hamilton Reads 2014 - The Redemption of Oscar Wolf, by James Bartleman

Hamilton Read 2014

The Hamiton Public Library is excited to tell you more about the Hamilton Reads 2014 program, focused on James Bartleman's novel, The Redemption of Oscar Wolf.  See this page for Bartleman's biography, discussion questions, and more!

NOTICE

Service Disruption Notice - Kenilworth Branch

Due to branch construction, the parking lot at Kenilworth Branch is unavailable, including the branch's accessible parking space. As an alternative, the closest library locations with access to barrier-free parking are the Barton Branch, 571 Barton St E and the Red Hill Branch, 695 Queenston Rd.‚Äč We apologize for any inconvenience.
NOTICE

Bookmobile Service Reduction Notice - September 2-5

Bookmobile service will be reduced the week of September 2-5. Please see full alert for details about stops and times affected.

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