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Dreaming of Cold! by Sharren Reil

I live in a beautiful farming town, and thus we have many farmers and farms. I would assume that this was a summer that warmed the cockles of their hearts. It was very warm, sunny, and we had ample rain. … Continue reading

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Welcome to the New Library Space!

On behalf of the board and staff of the Temiskaming Shores Public Library, I would like to welcome everyone to our new space at 285 Whitewood Ave. West in Temiskaming Shores. It has been a long nearly six months since … Continue reading

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National Poetry Month by Hannah Wight

Welcome back to our blog! Covid-19 has slowed us down a bit, but we are eager to get to posting regularly once again. I had this entry written and ready to post in April, but then we closed and it … Continue reading

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New Look to the TSPL TD Summer Reading Club

Covid-19 has changed many of our interactions and the TD Summer Reading Club that the TSPL hosts is now different. Because we aren’t doing any traditional programming this summer, the TD Summer Reading Club has moved to an online event. … Continue reading

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TSPL e-Resources to Help You Through by Elesha Teskey

This is definitely a strange time for us all. There has been a lot of discussion about all the things we should be trying to do during our time at home, from learning something new to cleaning our homes. Everyone … Continue reading

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Book Clubs – Yea or Nay? by Alison McCorkle

  I’ve always wanted to be in a book club but have never had the privilege. The closest I’ve come is working the evenings when one of the library’s book clubs would have their meetings. I love reading and read … Continue reading

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Did You Know? Fun & Interesting Facts about Libraries! by Hannah Wight

I love learning new things. As such, I thought it would be neat to do some research on the profession that I now find myself in. Below are some interesting, strange, and funny facts about libraries. • One of the … Continue reading

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The Origins of Books by Sharren Reil

I work in a library, so every day I am surrounded by shelf after shelf of books. I have always taken my access to books for granted, and do not think about the history, and inventions, that have led to … Continue reading

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Literary Quotes by Hannah Wight

Everyone likes a good inspirational quote. We like to post them on social media, hang them on our walls, and incorporate them into our conversations. Certain quotes have a way of sticking with us, and we may even rely on … Continue reading

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I Read Canadian by Alison McCorkle

There is a new nationwide initiative of Canadian authors and their works and I’m happy to tell you a little about it. This celebration is I READ CANADIAN and it will take place from the 14th to the 21st of … Continue reading

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