The Library's drop box is now open 24/7 at the Queen St. entrance to the right of the door. Please note, it may take up four days for items to show as returned on your account as a result of the quarantine period.
Curbside Pickup is available Tuesday 4-8pm, Thursday 1-5pm and Saturday 1-5pm. After you receive a notice that your hold(s) are available, bring your library card during curbside pickup hours to the Library's Queen St. entrance between the Town Hall and Tim Hortons and ring the doorbell for staff assistance to receive your items. No appointment necessary.
In a writing career spanning nearly three decades, Margaret Laurence became one of the most celebrated and widely read authors in the world. In this, her final work, Margaret Laurence reveals the story of her fascinating life, the process of her writing, and the people and emotional journeys which accompanied it. She relates her experiences living in different cultures; the issues and causes she so passionately upheld; her personal battle against censorship. She also pays tribute to the three women from whom she drew important spiritual strength. Including a selection of her articles, speeches, and letters - many never before published - and photographs selected by Margaret Laurence from her personal family albums, Dance on the Earth is a book of celebration and exploration in which Margaret Laurence speaks openly about her place in the world as a woman, a writer, and a concerned human being.