News & Service Updates

Wild and Free: Foraging 101

Foraging is searching for wild ingredients. Here in Niagara, we are surrounded by many wild edibles that you might not know about, such as dandelions and morel mushrooms. Learn more by watching our Backyard Foraging video with Britney Condotta of …

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2020 Annual Report

2020 was quite the year. Watch our 2020 Annual Report Video to see highlights from last year and where we’re headed in 2021. We’re excited about what’s to come! Thank you to everyone who shared stories and snapshots. We love …

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Explore the Night Sky: Astronomy for Beginners

The universe is a big place. Here’s a roundup of resources for anyone interested in learning more about astronomy. Get a crash course to the sun, stars and planets by watching our Backyard Astronomy presentation. Books for kids:Everything Space by …

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Get Gardening!

With the warm weather sneaking up, it’s time to get the garden ready! With the help of local garden guru Ryan from My Niagara Garden, we’ve rounded up a bushel of gardening resources to help you get started. Watch the …

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Looking Back: the Beamsville Aerodrome

Built in 1917, the Beamsville School of Aerial Fighting and Gunnery was an important part of the war effort as a training site of the British Royal Flying Corps. Known locally as the Aerodrome, the school was established to train …

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Red Dress Day in honour of MMIWG

May 5 is Red Dress Day. This day acknowledges and brings awareness to Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls in Canada (MMIWG), as well as Two-Spirit individuals. Red dresses are often hung in public spaces as a visual reminder …

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Curbside Printing Available

Curbside printing is available during the provincial lockdown. Follow the instructions below and pick up your prints during curbside hours. Email print requests to printing@lincoln.library.on.ca. Please only submit one print request per email. Include ALL the following information in the …

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April is Poetry Month

“Poetry is boned with ideas, nerved and blooded with emotions, all held together by the delicate, tough skin of words.” —Paul Engle April is Poetry Month. Discover words in motion, from local poets to emerging voices, available at your library. eat …

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Eight Actions for the Earth

Earth Day is April 22, but we can make better, more sustainable choices for our planet every day. Find eight recommended books and activities to keep our planet clean and healthy. Attainable Sustainableby Kris BordessaPacked with delicious recipes, natural remedies, …

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Can You Escape?

Library folk are a clever bunch! Put your problem-solving skills to the test and see if you can complete these six virtual escape rooms. Read the first clue and start playing. Among Us Escape Room by Fond du Lac Public …

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