Overdrive is now integrated into the online catalogue. This means eBook and eAudiobook searches, holds and downloads can now be done within the Bibliocore catalogue and you will see all of your holds, of both physical and digital materials, in one place.
Meet Marina Nemat
Saturday September 27
2:00 – 4:00 p.m.
APL invites you to be inspired when you meet human rights activist and author, Marina Nemat, for a presentation and Q&A on her best-selling book “Prisoner of Tehran.” This is OneBookOneAurora's culminating event and it takes place during this year's Culture Days, a national celebration during the last weekend of September. Be sure to join us!
Borealis fall edition is here and it is chock-full of events and activities you won't want to miss. With author events, film festivals and kids programs galore, we have something for everyone in the family.
Want to make awesome stuff at your library?
Information sessions resume in October.
Four new computers with CAD programs have been installed at two new computer bars on the first floor. Pick up your guide to 3D printing and get started today.
Print jobs can be sent to: www.library.aurora.on.ca/form/3d-printing
For Bluma Goldberg, the teenaged daughter of a Jewish bootlegger, Prohibition-era Chicago is the furthest place one can get from law and temperance. Her first steps into womanhood are made all the more uncertain by the dangers of her father's shadowy world.
Maud insists that her friend Elizabeth has gone missing, but no one else believes her on account of her dementia. As Maud sets out to find her friend, things become more complicated as her dementia intertwines reality with her past memories of her sister Sukey's disappearance after World War II.