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2017 APLA Merit Award Winner

The Atlantic Provinces Library Association is pleased to announce that this year's recipient of the APLA Merit Award is Jocelyne Thompson.

Alicho Wuriro Reading Room - Let's make a dream come true in 2013!

Learn more about the current Grow a Library Fund Committee and project here!

You'll also find fundraising ideas and links to past projects.

Thank you from Middleton Library

The Middleton Library sent a Thank you card to all APLA members, after we donated $140 to replace thier stolen donations jar.

Thank you card (pdf)


=== Original post January 8, 2013 =================

The Atlantic Provinces Library Association is happy to replace the $140 stolen from the Rosa M. Harvey Library in Middleton, NS.

The money, all in pennies, had been collected since October and was intended to help buy children's books.

WIN $250! Best Elevator Speech Contest

Make a convincing statement on the enduring relevance of libraries in the 21st century. Tell us in your own words why libraries matter and get a chance to win $250 or other prize.

APLA Member Discounts Available Now

New membership benefits are now available to you! Save on car rentals, hotel stays and wireless plans. Please see attached for the details.

APLA 2012 Conference Programme Survey

The APLA 2012 Programme Committee is busy planning next year’s conference APLA 2012: Discovering Hidden Treasures which will be held May 22-25, 2012 in beautiful Wolfville, Nova Scotia on the Acadia University campus.

Elaine MacLean Is Awarded the APLA Merit Award

2011 Merit Award Recipient Announced

Elaine MacLeanThe Atlantic Provinces Library Association (APLA) is pleased to announce that this year’s recipient of the APLA Merit Award is Ms. Elaine MacLean, Librarian at Saint Francis Xavier University (St. FX), Nova Scotia.

Games@theLibrary 2011

During the week of October 17-23,2011, APLA is sponsoring Games@theLibrary Week. What does this mean? Anytime during that week, we encourage all libraries in Atlantic Canada, (public libraries,academic libraries, libraries of all shapes and sizes) to host a "game-themed" event. There is no library too big or too small!!

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