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The Affliction by Beth Richardson Gutcheon The Last Equation Of Isaac Severy by Nova Jacobs Anatomy Of A Miracle by Jonathan Miles The Coincidence Makers by Yoav Blum Mister Tender’s Girl by Carter Wilson

Easter Holiday Hours
All branches will be CLOSED for Good Friday, March 30, Easter Sunday, April 1 and Easter Monday, April 2. All branches will be open Saturday, March 31 from 10-5.

Writer in Residence
We're pleased to announce that Trevor Cole has been selected as our 2018 Writer in Residence . During his residency, Trevor will review manuscripts and give individual consultations to aspiring authors, and will lead a series of free writer workshops.

Happy or Not Kiosks
Have you seen our new Happy or Not Kiosks? With kiosks located at the exits of all of our locations, we invite our community to rate our service with the click of a button! The feedback will help us with our ongoing commitment to provide exceptional customer service to our community.

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.
Books Before Looks
This spring, kids 7-12 can join us for our Books Before Looks reading buddies program on Monday afternoons at Central Library! Hosted in partnership with the local teen-run nonprofit organization LIGHT, this unique program reinforces self-love by emphasizing the value of knowledge through literacy and body image initiatives in order to empower kids to realize their potential and gain confidence.

Film Club
Are you a film buff? Join the RHPL Film Club this winter, as we watch and discuss films under the theme Culture Clash. Our next screening features the comedy-drama Beatriz at Dinner at Central Library on Saturday, Mar. 24 at 2 pm. Please register online.

Genealogy Basics Series

Calling all aspiring genealogists - this winter, we're offering a four-part Genealogy Basics Series! From digging into your family history to understanding the importance of DNA, this expert-led series will provide you with all the tools you need to get started with your research.

Our next workshop runs on Saturday, Mar. 31 at Central Library with a 'DNA Tests' session led by Linda Reid. Please register online

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