Let's Talk Science

Let's Talk Science

Youth from grades 4 to 8 will have a blast doing hands-on activities, discovering solutions and exploring the world of science while experimenting with everyday objects. Find out more!


Fraud Prevention for Seniors

An anonymous hacker wearing a hoodie using a laptop.

In partnership with RBC, financial planners will focus on how seniors can protect themselves against fraud, what to look for and what to do if you become a victim of fraud.

This information session will be offered at various locations of the Greater Sudbury Public Library.

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The Language of Astrology

The planets of the solar system.Join Nicole Pagé, astrologer, for an informative presentation about the energetically speaking meaning of the Spring Equinox through the lens of astrology. Learn why it is such an important day for all astrologers alike. 

This presentation will be held at the Main Library on Monday, March 19th @ 6:30 PM.


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Local History Volunteers Needed

A stack of old photographs.Local history volunteers will assist with the preservation of the local history collection through the production of preservation-quality scans of publications, microfilm, photographs, slides and negatives.

This position offers flexible hours, valuable technology skills training, and an opportunity to work with historical publications.

Please contact Kristen Bertrand at 705-673-1155, extension 4780 for volunteer opportunities in our Local History department.

Celebrate Women

A group of ethnically and racially diverse men and women.March 8th is International Women's Day and this year's theme is #MyFeminism.

We've put together a list of material available through GSPL that celebrates women who have helped pave the road toward gender equality.


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