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Huron Shores Public Library celebrates Canada Day early

Volunteer Fire Department personnel will be on-site with equipment demonstrations
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On Tuesday, June 20, the Huron Shores Public Library is hosting a Canada Day Celebration from 1 to 7 p.m. The Library, located at 10 Main Street next to the Municipal Office in Iron Bridge, will have displays of works by Canadian writers and publications/resources about Canada and our history.  

Our volunteer Fire Department personnel will be on-site with equipment demonstrations that are fun and educational for all ages. 

Representatives from the North Channel Healthy Kids Community Challenge Committee will have a display and provide updates on the Committee’s activities to promote healthier life choices and physical activity for kids and their families in our area. Refreshments will be served.

The Huron Shores Library Book Club will be meeting at 2 p.m. This group of avid readers meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month.  If you like reading and talking about books and writers, you’re welcome to join the discussion.

Did you know that there’s more than just books at the Library? It hosts a weekly Friday Knitting Club, offers free Wifi and computer/internet access at each of the 7 work stations, DVDs/Blu-Rays, audio books, inter-library loan service, and wheelchair accessible facilities. A meeting space is also available by reservation.

Regular Library Hours are Tuesdays and Fridays, 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Stop in and check out what your local library has to offer! For further details call 705-843-2192 or e-mail Librarian Terri Beharriell and her assistants will be happy to speak with you.