This Easter long weekend, it's important to remain diligent to prevent the spread of COVID-19. By doing so you're protecting your family, your loved ones, and our community.
If you are looking for an upbeat story, but aren’t really into the usual rom-coms, give our NoveList service a try. This database allows you to search through 100,000s of titles by appeal factor, genre, and subject matter, so you can discover books that you’ll find interesting and feel-good. The following are ten examples of “upbeat” non-fiction books that I discovered using NoveList. They all can be borrowed on-demand with your library card via Hoopla.
Atypical Easter and Passover celebrations will be the norm for most families this year with our self-isolation preventing our normal family gatherings. Whether we are seeking a moment to reflect or needing a laugh with our children, our online resources have many offerings.
The April 8th meeting of County Council has been CANCELLED. The next scheduled meeting of County Council will take place electronically on Wednesday, April 22, 2020. The meeting will be available for public viewing online. Details to follow.
Andree Duval, Relief Librarian, recently enjoyed American Sherlock, a fascinating non-fiction book about one of America's earliest forensic scientists. Here is her review:
Although the first day of Spring was “officially” March 19th this year, it is never too late to start your spring cleaning. Self-isolation and working from home, can make that nest of dust bunnies in the corner more annoying than ever. Sometimes we need some motivation (myself included) to start this project – my windows are calling!
On April 3, 2020, the Ontario government announced that more businesses must close because they are no longer considered essential in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. These businesses must close effective Saturday April 4, 2020 at 11:59 p.m.
Some notable changes to the list of essential businesses include:
Ancestry Library Edition provides access to billions of records in census data, vital records, directories, photos, and more.
In the past, we have only been able to offer access to Ancestry from our library branches. However, thanks to ProQuest, library patrons now have the ability to access this resource from home until April 30th. Sign in with your L&A library card number and PIN here.
Lennox and Addington Economic Development hosted a Business Support Webinar on Friday, April 3 at 1pm.
We provided an overview of the Canadian Emergency Response Benefit and the Canadian Emergency Wage Subsidy.
Find out more about the: