It’s Ontario Library Week. This annual event aims to recognize the important contribution libraries make to education, literacy and life-long learning in Ontario Communities. The Huntsville Public Library is offering interactive programs you can take part in. Adult Services Technician Cortney Lee-Comeau says one of these programs include Food for Fines.

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The library is also offering a scrappy card contest where you can switch your battered card for a free new one. The card that’s been through the most damage also gets a prize. There is a photo contest as well.

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The contest runs until October 25th. Voting will take place online and in the library. For further details, you can visit the Huntsville Library’s website.