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HAMILTON, ON – May 12, 2022 – First Canada issued a resounding well done for author Norma Dunning’s short story collection Tainna: The Unseen Ones. Now it’s Hamilton’s turn to do the same.


HAMILTON, ON – May 9, 2022 – Regional Indigenous artists and makers are setting up shop at Central Library on dedicated Saturdays starting in May with the launch of the Indigenous Market at HPL.


HAMILTON, ON – February 18, 2022 – Oh, the places you’ll go with Hamilton Public Library. A free child’s PRESTO card joins the growing list of perks that come with a HPL library card. The card enables children ages 6-12 to ride for free on HSR and Accessible Transportation Services (DARTS). Head to any HPL branch to get a free PRESTO card until supplies last.


HAMILTON, ON – January 28, 2022 – Throughout February, Hamilton Public Library (HPL) honours Black history, culture and the legacy of Black Canadians with a lineup of author talks, concerts, activity sheets, reading lists and more. Full details are at hpl.ca/black-history-month.


HAMILTON, ON – January 18, 2022 – Hamilton Conservation Authority (HCA) is excited to announce a new partnership with the Hamilton Public Library, Grimsby Public Library, and Wellington County Library. HCA has provided membership passes to these library systems, giving library patrons the opportunity to visit HCA areas, free.


HAMILTON, ON – December 8, 2021 – Send a handwritten message on the back of a picturesque postcard and bring a long-lasting smile to a resident living in a local long-term care home.


HAMILTON, ON – October 27, 2021 – Lisa Radha Weaver, Director of Collections and Program Development, Hamilton Public Library is an Internet Hero and has an award from the U.S.-based Internet Archive to prove it.


HAMILTON, ON – Sep 17, 2021 – First vaccinations, then valuable paperwork. Hamilton Public Library and Hamilton Public Health Services are making the first steps easier with mobile pop-up vaccine clinics throughout the city — including several at Hamilton Public Library branches.


HAMILTON, ON – AUGUST 13, 2021 – Hey Hamilton. Now that this city is 175 years old, we want to show you how to explore its past, present and future with Augmented Reality. Check out ExperienceCommons.ca and on Saturday Aug 14, 11am-3pm, visit HPL’s Locke Branch for a live demonstration and then take a self-guided tour in Hamilton’s Victoria Park.


HAMILTON, ON – July 15, 2021 – Starting July 13, Hamilton Public Library (HPL) and Burlington Public Library (BPL) cardholders double their borrowing power.


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