Easter Egg Hunt in the Library!

easter bunny

Easter Egg Hunt in the Library!

The Easter Bunny has come to the library!

Come on in and take a look; above, behind, or in a book! Find all the paper eggs, look all around, follow the clues and mark them down! If you find them all, it’ll be a great feat, then come to the front desk to get a treat!

Ask for the clue sheet to get started or download a copy

Programme runs April 11-14th

Climate Change: Making a Difference, One Person at a Time

An Online Earth Day Event

Friday April 22nd | 2 pm 

Online Presentation via Zoom

Guest Speaker: Odette Bartnicki 

Learn what is a carbon footprint and how to measure your own using the Carbon Calculator from Project Neutral. Measure your own carbon footprint and learn ways to reduce it, using ideas from the website. See https://app.projectneutral.org

RSVP by email to hnihlen@hanover.ca 

If you are interested in presenting on the panel please contact Hilary at hnihlen@hanover.ca

Territory Acknowledgement

Territory Acknowledgement

We wish to acknowledge and honour the land upon which this library stands as the historic and Traditional Territory of the Anishinabek Nation. We recognize and thank The People of the Three Fires, known as Ojibway, Odawa, and Pottawatomie Nations. And further give thanks to the Chippewas of Saugeen, and the Chippewas of Nawash, known collectively as the Saugeen Ojibway Nation.

Map showing Traditional Territory of the Saukiing Anishnaabekiing Saugeen Ojibway Nation Treaties.

Learning about treaties & how they continue to shape the province today is an important part of reconciliation with Indigenous peoples. Read more about the history of treaties in The Saugeen Ojibway Nation at: https://www.saugeenojibwaynation.ca/resources

In recognition that municipal boundaries are an ongoing colonial construct that ignores First Nations traditional territories, First Nations people with a status card or band membership of a local First Nation, and who are living in the traditional Saugeen Ojibway Nation lands, including Treaty 45 1/2, will be entitled to free library membership. In the spirit of original treaties, the library shall share its resources with mutual respect. The Hanover Public Library will continue to provide books and materials by First Nations and Indigenous authors in its collection. 

These actions are a part of the Hanover Public Library’s mission as a welcoming and upbeat community hub that fosters lifelong learning.

Watch a Storytime With Stephanie on YouTube

Watch Storytime With Stephanie on YouTube

Join in online, anytime to watch a Storytime with Stephanie. All books presented are from our library, so check the library catalogue to place holds.

Watch most recent episode of storytime here: https://youtu.be/f_jSz46uBzY

Enjoy the full playlist of Storytime videos here: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBp1u2MpsNPgqiyOySe5JdJAFL_k1voXr

Loved the book that was read? Place a hold on it from our library catalogue!

Go to the Library Catalogue

Family Trivia

March Break Activities. Links to Kid's page.

Kahoot Family Trivia

Friday March 18th | 1:00 pm

Join us on Kahoot to test your Disney knowledge! Register your family team by emailing sperkins@hanover.ca. All participants will be entered into a draw for our March Break basket, and the winning team will get a prize of their own.

Prenda Coding Club Launch!

March Break Activities. Links to Kid's page.

Prenda Coding Club Launch!

Wednesday March 16th

Come be our beta testers for this new coding program!

No coding knowledge is necessary. Spots are limited and must be reserved in advance. Email sperkins@hanover.ca to register.