Separating Fact from Fiction Amid COVID-19

Post by Ada Librarian, Information Services In these uncertain times, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by constant updates about COVID-19, especially when it feels like there’s a lot of contradictory information. Now, more than ever, it’s important to make sure what we’re reading is accurate.  We probably all have that one Facebook friend or neighbour… Read More Separating Fact from Fiction Amid COVID-19

Our Ink, Our Stories exhibit at Kitchener Public Library

Two years ago, Kitchener Public Library teamed up with The Community Edition for a very special project entitled Our Ink, Our Stories. Our Ink, as we’ve come to lovingly refer to it, was a story-telling initiative that shed light on the hidden meanings and personal histories of the tattoos that adorn members of our community. These stories… Read More Our Ink, Our Stories exhibit at Kitchener Public Library

John Waters’ Cry-Baby : a live viewing party at Kitchener Public Library

For a director who has built his career and reputation on being the “King of Bad Taste,” John Waters has surprisingly good (or at least interesting) taste in people. In his book Role Models, Waters gives an expansive survey of his influences, from the good (his love of early gay icons Little Richard and Johnny… Read More John Waters’ Cry-Baby : a live viewing party at Kitchener Public Library