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- Zlata and Phil(L-R) for Book Club in a Bag. Each tote bag has 8 copies of a popular book, discussion guide, and a tracking sheet
- Approximately 100 volunteers like Jean and Sondra (above) assist with essential activities at Cambridge Libraries and Galleries.
- Civic leadership was flagged as the key to the successful redevelopment of the award-winning Hespeler Library.
- A renovation of Hespeler Library encased historic Carnegie Library in a modern glass structure, increasing size to 14000 sq. ft.
- Winners (such as the poetess above) of the Poem-A-Day contest held by Cambridge Libraries rhymed into community hearts in March.
- The Poem-a-Day competition had one poem selected and displayed each day of the month (30). These poets are featured winners.
- The Queen's Square branch is the largest of the 4 library branches in the City of Cambridge.
- Scott, Leah and Natalia (L to R) pose for Book Club in a Bag; everything you need for a book club get-together in a tote bag.
- Preston Library won the Ontario Library Association 2004 Award for Excellence in Library Architecture and Planning.
- Cambridge Library Book in a Bag will help local book club enthusiasts set up independent book clubs.
- The libraries in Cambridge hold annual Earth Day events to raise community awareness for the environment.
- Clemens Mill Library is the first integrated high school and community library in Ontario; run by the local public library board