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Digital Media Webinar – A Guide to Your Holiday Ad Campaign

November 27, 2020
Ashley Arnold

Join Digital Marketing Coach Steph Brown on Monday, November 30th  at 10am for a webinar on creating your Digital Media Holiday Ad Campaign. Steph will provide 101 of creating your Holiday ad campaign, as well as taking time to answer your questions.


Register Here


 

Fa la la la la Museum Holiday Challenge

November 26, 2020
Amber Meyer

Join the L&A County Museum and Archives staff as they participate in some whimsical holiday fun! We will be live streaming to Facebook Kim, JoAnne and Amber as they tackle a variety of festive activities. Blending tradition and some friendly competition, we are excited to provide some fun and entertainment.

 

2020 Award Winner Roundup

November 25, 2020
Catherine

This is the time of year when all the best works of literary fiction are paid their dues. There are endless awards (and award winners) to choose from so I’ve rounded up some of the most talked-about prizes for you to consider for your next great read.

Locally-made Products Make Great Gifts

November 24, 2020
Rob Plumley

There are many talented makers here in Lennox & Addington County. Whether you're looking for paintings, wood-carved products, hand-made furniture or unique items restored and re-purposed for new uses, there are items available that suit a variety of tastes.

 

Staff Picks: The Brilliant Life of Eudora Honeysett

November 24, 2020
Catherine

Marg recently enjoyed The Brilliant Life of Eudora Honeysett by Annie Lyon, a "charming, heart wrenching story" that she considers one her favourite books of the year. Here is her review:

Once in a while a special book comes along that tugs at ones heartstrings, The Brilliant Life of Eudora Honeysett by Annie Lyons was that book for me. This charming, heart wrenching story is one that I came across at just the right time for me and is one I will not soon forget.

Holiday Book Bundles

November 23, 2020
Catherine

The library is offering a special activity for families: holiday book bundles! This is an advent calendar's worth of books packed up so your family can read a book per day until Christmas. Fill out a form on our website indicating your reading preferences and our staff will hand select an assortment of books for your family to enjoy.

Book bundle requests are being accepted until the end of this week, so get yours in today!

Christmas Craft Series with Linda Fraser

November 23, 2020
Amber Meyer

Join the L&A County Museum & Archives for a series of workshops with local artisan, Linda Fraser, as she teaches us how to create traditional holiday items with a twist! She will be sharing her passion for pottery, felting and creating wood decorations. 

Video tutorials led by Linda will be posted on www.CountyMuseum.ca and available on-demand. The sessions will be posted on the following dates:

Keeping Our KFL&A Community Safe and Open

November 19, 2020
admin

To: Business Community 

Case counts of COVID-19 are increasing across the province. They are also rising now in our KFL&A region which demands increased vigilance and strengthened sector-specific public health and workplace safety measures.

Thank you L&A Businesses

November 16, 2020
Warden Marg Isbester

2020 has been challenging and unpredictable and has been very hard on our business community. Your perseverance, dedication and passion is appreciated now more than ever. On behalf of the County of Lennox & Addington, thank you for all that you do.

We are a strong community with exceptional individuals, businesses, and non-profit organizations. Thank you for your continued trust, patience, and empathy for one another as we work together during the pandemic. I want to share my gratitude for your calm, along with your willingness to support your community and neighbours.

Staff Pick: The Orphan's Song

November 16, 2020
Catherine

Kristin recently enjoyed The Orphan's Song by Lauren Kate, a new novel that she says is "a gorgeous tale with strong characters and a vivid setting that any fan of historical fiction will devour." Here is her review: