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First Nations Public Library Week 2021

October 4 - October 8

Stop by the Marathon Public Library to see the display of Indigenous books, featuring titles for all ages!


First Nation Public Library Week takes place this year from October 4-8. The celebration of First Nations Public Libraries coincides with Canadian Library Month.

Every year since 2000, we take time to celebrate the important work accomplished by First Nation librarians and acknowledge the importance of libraries as community and cultural hubs.

This year’s theme is Shki Kendaang/Learning New Things Together. Over the past 2 years, we have all had to learn new ways of doing the work we do. Shki Kendaang encompasses the challenges and successes that library staff have had serving communities during the pandemic.

The week of programming that celebrates Indigenous literature and art as well as discussing the importance of libraries as community archives. Most events will be open to the general public, with some exceptions.

Details

Start:
October 4
End:
October 8
Event Tags:
https://resources.olservice.ca/fnplw

Organizer

Marathon Public Library
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Venue

Marathon Public Library
22 Peninsula Road, Marathon, ON P0T 2E0
Marathon, P0T 2E0 CA
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COVID-19 UPDATE AS OF JULY 19, 2021

Marathon Public Library COVID-19 Update 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

July 19, 2021 (MARATHON, ON)— On July 16, 2021, the province of Ontario had entered phase three (3) of the roadmap to reopening. As outlined in phase three (3), all public libraries are now permitted to increase their limited capacity. As per the guidelines enforced by the province of Ontario and the Thunder Bay District Health Unit (TBDHU), the library will be operating with a total of 20 persons permitted to enter the facility. This capacity limitation breaks down to a limit of four (4) persons for computer usage and five (5) persons for browsing/checkout. All previous precautions will remain in place at this time. We would like to remind our patrons that it is mandatory to wear a mask and sanitize when entering the facility. The Marathon Public Library would like to thank everyone for your continued support in our small-town public library.

For more information on our COVID-19 response please click here (https://marathon.olsn.ca/covid-19/)

 

The aforementioned capacity limits are well within Schedule 1, sub-section 3(1) of O.Reg. 364/20 capacity calculation.

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