Saturday Dec. 16, 2017

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Toronto - The Toronto Public Library Board announced today that its Chief Librarian Josephine Bryant will be taking an early retirement, and as a result, will be leaving her post in early July, 2008.

BIG Fun at the 10th Annual BIG Ski

Toronto - For 10 years Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Toronto has been hitting the slopes for a BIG cause and thanks to all of the snow this winter, the hills are in the perfect shape for skiing! On Thursday, February 28th at Caledon Ski Club, Bigs, Littles and the community will enjoy a day of great skiing, snowboarding, races, family activities, auctions, raffles and more!

Winter Can Be Fun!

Toronto - This winter when most are indoors avoiding the frigid temperatures or cringing about all the snow they have to shovel, Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Toronto is preparing for Winter Fun! On Saturday, February 23rd, thanks to the generosity of Capital One, Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Toronto will celebrate their Winter Carnival at Mel Lastman Square.

Bowl for a BIG Cause

Toronto - On Saturday, February 16th Toronto will be bowling for a BIG cause at the 2008 Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Toronto’s Bowl For Kids Sake Community Day. This year for the first time, thanks to the generosity of Nintendo, bowlers can play with the classic bowling ball or go virtual with Nintendo’s Wii!.
Toronto - The Big Ski turns 10 on February 28th 2008! Join Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Toronto (BBBST) on the slopes at Caledon Ski Club to celebrate 10 years of skiing, snowboarding, races, family activities, auctions, raffles and more! Funds raised will go towards BBBST.
Toronto - Between January 1, 2008 and January 31, 2008, the third Lieutenant Governor’s Book Drive took place throughout Ontario. This year, new children’s books were collected at various police stations in Toronto and throughout Ontario, to provide reading materials for children in remote Aboriginal communities in northern Ontario.
Toronto - Mayor David Miller has proclaimed February as Black History Month in the city of Toronto.  The City’s 2008 recognition of Black History Month includes exhibits, theatrical performances, concerts, walking tours and readings at various locations throughout Toronto.

Keep Toronto Reading Events

Toronto - Keep Toronto Reading is the library's month-long celebration of the joy of reading, featuring literary and cultural events throughout the city from Saturday February 2 to Friday February 8, 2008.

The Book Lover's Ball 2008

Toronto - For the third year running, the Toronto Public Library Foundation is hosting The Book Lover's Ball on Thursday January 31st 2008at Toronto's historic landmark – The Fairmont Royal York.
Toronto - Toronto Public Library will officially kick off Keep Toronto Reading 2008 on Thursday, January 24 at 9:30 a.m. at the Toronto Reference Library.
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