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New at the Library
The Feral Detective by Jonathan Lethem The Caregiver by Samuel Park The Man She Married by Cathy Lamb The Collector’s Apprentice by B.A. Shapiro The Wisdom of Sally Red Shoes by Ruth Hogan

There's a new way for you to find out about library programs, books and more. Sign up for our monthly e–newsletter and our staff will send you a curated list of upcoming programs and current books, DVDs, and audiobooks. See the first edition.


Introducing BrainFuse
Homework help has never been easier. Brainfuse offers live-tutoring to students (K-12) between 2-11 pm in math, science, reading, social studies, history, geography and language arts. Other services include writing labs, diagnostic testing and individualized flash card creation for studying. With your RHPL library card, you can connect to BrainFuse anywhere.

Looking for reading recommendations? Loan Stars is the 10 hottest books published monthly, as voted by library staff across Canada. Looking for more? Try our Readers' Corner for more suggestions.

New Oak Ridges Library
Construction of the new Oak Ridges Library is well underway. Check the Oak Ridges Building Project page for updates.
Movie Madness
Looking for a great way to spend an afternoon? Bring a nut-free snack and join us for Movie Madness at Central Library! On Saturday, November 17, we'll be showing The Incredibles 2. More details

The Weight of Your Heart
Chanie Wenjack was a young Anishinaabe boy who died on October 22, 1966, walking the railroad tracks while trying to escape from a residential school. In 2016, Gord Downie inspired the Walk for Wenjack that retraced the final steps of Chanie. Join photographer Joel Clements for the screening and discussion of his documentary The Weight of Your Heart: A Walk with Chanie Wenjack. Register here

New this month
Access thousands of magazines and newspapers through one app, for free! Download the PressReader app and use your library card to read The Toronto Star, GQ, Popular Science, PC Gamer, and more. Access PressReader now

Free Photography Workshops
In celebration of Ontario Public Library Week and Canadian Library Month, all of our photographer in residence workshops are now free! Workshops are led by our first Photographer in Residence, Petrija Dos Santos. Learn more about Petrija in the video above.
In the Know
The current guide to library news and events is available to download
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