October is an exciting time of year, and the Niagara Falls Public Library is ready to celebrate with fun programs and events. Be sure to pick up our Fall 2018 magazine to learn about all the exciting programs and events happening this Fall.
One of the coolest things about my job as a Local History Librarian is the new things that I discover almost every day.
Come discover all the services Community Centre Library has to offer on Friday evenings and Sundays!
Believe it or not, September is upon us. This means the weather is cooling down, pumpkins (and pumpkin spice!) are popping up everywhere, leaves are starting to change colours, and school has just begun for many young children entering kindergarten.
Home to a walking track, four NHL-sized rinks, three meeting rooms, a concession stand, and a store, the Gale Centre is an impressive facility. What makes it even better though? Definitely the fact that it's also home to the fifth (and smallest) branch of the Niagara Falls Public Library.
Throughout history, the mighty Niagara has attracted many daredevils and thrill seekers with its immense power and might. In the early days of stunting, most of the activity was in the form of funambulism, more commonly known as tightrope walking. Today, I will focus instead on Captain Matthew Webb, who, at the time, was the most famous swimmer in the world.
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