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RHPL Strategic Plan
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Report to the Community
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Wellness Fair
Woman in a Yoga poseNovember 1st from 11-4:30 take some time for yourself and come to our unique and educational wellness event.

Meet local alternate health practitioners and listen to dynamic speakers who will talk about wellness in today’s chaotic world and take you on a journey of mind, body and spirit. View Details

Download music from Freegal
Create the perfect gift by selecting from millions of music titles, free from the library!
Join us on November 8 for an hour where you will learn how to master downloading music from Freegal. View Details
34th annual Holocaust Education Week at the Richmond Hill Public Library
In the Presence of My Neighbours: The Holocaust in Greece
Documentary by George Gedeon Auschwitz Family

The Jewish population in Greece went from 70,000 prior to the Holocaust, to 5,000 today. The film honours those who perished, the survivors and their saviours, and looks critically at anti-Jewish sentiments in Greece. Director George Gedeon will be present for Q&A after the screening. View Details

Youth Investment Workshop
If you want to learn about investing basics, risk and asset management, ETFs, mutual funds, or simply ask questions about how to get your million dollar portfolio started, this workshop is for you. On Thursday, November 6, from 7:30 - 9:00 pm, Michael Goldberg, business teacher and winner of the 2011 Outstanding Educator in Financial Literacy Award will be at Central Library to deliver this interactive program. (Read More)
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