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  • Author Event: Puckstruck
    Wed. Feb. 11, 7:00 p.m.
    Reserve Your Spot Today!

    Join us for an evening of hockey talk. Stephen Smith, author of the newly published Puckstruck: Distracted, Delighted and Distressed by Canada's Hockey Obsession will do a reading, followed by a Q&A and book signing. Free, but please call to reserve your seat! 905-727-9494 x275.
  • PAINTINGS: by Geri Adam

    Working mainly with acrylic on canvas, Adam's focus is on interpreting her response to nature and human character through form, colour and mood. Her work is sometimes impressionistic; more recently verging on abstraction. Enjoy a video to learn more about the artist and her inspiration for this exhibit.

    On exhibit in the Colleen Abbott Gallery from January 19th - March 1st.

  • Women's Rights Panel
    Thurs. Mar. 5th, 7:00 p.m.
    Tickets Now Available!


    Participate in a stimulating discussion about women's struggle for equality. We invite you to explore, interact and imagine what we can do together. Moderated panel followed by open floor Q&A.

Of interest

APL's Facility Needs Study - the next step!

The next phase of APL's Facility Needs Study will be a randomized telephone survey that will be conducted for a two-week period in January.

We look forward to receiving your input and thank you for your participation and time.

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Resources

We Recommend

Jennifer Kingsley
The story of Jennifer Kingsley's 54-day paddling adventure on the Back River in Nunavut, as she and her five companions battle wind, ice and rapids.
David Halton
A biography of Canadian foreign and war correspondent, Matthew Halton, written by his son, David Halton, drawn from archival research and interviews.