News & Service Updates

Tickets now available! Books on the Bench: Adam Shoalts

Adam Shoalts Book Launch and Author and Talk and cover of Where the Falcon Flies

PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE VIA CANADAHELPS. Tickets are also available for purchase at all LPPL branches. Join us to launch professional explorer and bestselling author Adam Shoalts’ brand-new book Where the Falcon Flies. Hear about Adam’s solo journey as he traced the migratory path …

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Important Service Changes Coming in 2023

Lincoln Pelham Public Library card

eResource Changes: Due to usage and costs, we are making changes to our eResources in January to better serve you.  We will be adding the National Geographic Virtual Library and a Passenger and Immigration Lists Index for genealogy work, both …

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Lincoln and Pelham Public Libraries merged on April 1, 2022

exterior shot of all four branches of Lincoln Pelham Public Library

PRESS RELEASEFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Lincoln and Pelham Public Libraries Merge Operations Beginning April 1, 2022, two great libraries will become one. The Lincoln Pelham Public Librarywill begin operations as one system – with its shared staffing complement providing excellentservices …

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The Pick-a-Path Pumpkin Adventure Returns October 28

Step into a story and zigzag around downtown Beamsville at the Pick-a-Path Pumpkin Adventure: Pirates & Princesses.   Registration is required for the Pick-a-Path Pumpkin Adventure. Anyone is welcome to enjoy the Pirates & Princesses Pumpkin Party at Rotary Park from …

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Truth and Reconciliation with LPPL

September 30 marks the third annual National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Also known as Orange Shirt Day, we remember and honour the children who never came home and the survivors of the residential school system. Find learning opportunities and …

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Writers needed for Local Author Showcase

Local Author Showcase

Calling all writers! LPPL is hosting a local author showcase on Saturday, November 4 from 10 am – 1 pm at the Fonthill Branch (43 Pelham Town Square). Niagara-based authors are invited to apply for a free table to display …

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eLibrary Spotlight: Kanopy


Stream thousands of movies and TV shows instantly with your library card! Kanopy is a digital streaming service that offers thousands of movies and TV shows, from documentaries to classic films. Kanopy Kids offers unlimited viewing of children’s programming, including …

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Learn about Inuit Culture this week

Muckpaloo Ipeelie holding a qulliq in front of an inuksuk.

LPPL is exciting to be hosting two programs with Muckpaloo Ipeelie, CEO of the Urban Inuit Identity Project, this week at the Fleming Branch in Beamsville. Intro to Inuit CultureThursday, September 14, 7 – 9 pmFleming BranchFree; register at any …

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Downtown Beamsville StoryWalk® July 24 – 31

Rainbow gift bags, chalk, crayons, and a book title How the Crayons Saved the Rainbow.

Take a colourful walk through downtown Beamsville! Start at the Fleming Branch (5020 Serena Drive) and read How the Crayons Saved the Rainbow by Monica Sweeney in the windows of local businesses. Stop into the library to pick up a …

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TD Summer Reading Club is Back!

TD SRC 2023

TD Summer Reading Club (TD SRC) is Canada’s biggest, bilingual summer reading program for kids of all ages, all interests, and all abilities. Stop by your local LPPL branch on Saturday, June 24 to get your TD SRC kit, including …

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Seedy Saturday: Garden Edition

Seedy Saturday Garden Edition picture of greenhouse

Celebrate the start of the outdoor gardening season with hands-on activities and learning on Saturday, May 27 from 11 am – 3 pm at the Rittenhouse Branch in Vineland. Do you have extra seeds or seedlings? Label and drop off …

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Community Survey

Illustrated hand holding a smartphone with a heart and comment bubble.

Lincoln Pelham Public Library (LPPL) was created on April 1, 2022, by the merger of the Lincoln and Pelham Public Libraries. A new Board of Directors has been appointed as a result of the 2022 municipal election. The Library Board will be developing a …

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