Monthly Archives: March 2013

Ghost of the Hardy Boys Short Story Contest, by Sue Culhane

Leslie McFarlane was one of Canada’s most prolific writers. Although McFarlane was born in Carleton Place, Ontario he moved to Haileybury at the age 8. He was an avid reader and as a young man ventured into the world of … Continue reading

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The Ides of March has passed by Catherine Gillier

The Ides of March has passed and now the north is looking at the first day of spring.  Growth, hope, renewal are all blanketed by snow.  But there is still life underneath. And there is still life on the library … Continue reading

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Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring, by Sue Culhane

As I write this it really feels that Spring is in the air! The sun is shining, the snow is melting and we can look forward to Daylight Saving Time.  A feeling of optimism is in the air! March is … Continue reading

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Make the Most of Your Library Card!

Make the Most of Your Library Card! In the habit of only using your library card to check out books?  If that’s all you are doing with it, you’re really missing out! Nowadays, a library card can be used to … Continue reading

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Read through the winter blues, by Catherine Gillier

Winter has been long this year, but the high banks of snow that are now in the yard will make spring’s arrival even more pleasant. For now, the weather provides an opportunity to curl up with a good book on … Continue reading

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