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Celebrate Family Literacy at Your Local Library Throughout the Month of January

HALTON HILLS, ON/ January 4, 2022 – January 27 is National Family Literacy Day and once again, Halton Hills Public Library (HHPL) invites you to celebrate the importance of reading and literacy throughout the entire month.

HHPL encourages you to have loads of fun, read or play together often, and help raise literacy awareness. By reading to children and engaging in fun literacy building activities regularly, adults actively help children improve their skills. Family literacy activities help strengthen the relationship between family members which, encourages lifelong learning. Family literacy focusses on parents, grandparents, and other family members to improve the reading, comprehension and writing skills of the whole family.

Share the love of literacy!

Help HHPL spread the word throughout Halton Hills! To show your love of reading and learning, HHPL would like to feature you reading with a family member, child or grandchild. Share your photo with HHPL on social media (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or Instagram) using the hashtag #FamilyLiteracyDay. HHPL will share, reshare and retweet your post.

Join us for a wide range of programs this month that emphasize the importance of reading, learning and literacy:

• Weekly Family Storytimes

• Weekly Baby Rhyme and Romp

• In person and virtual KinderPrep

• French Storytimes

• Book Clubs for all ages

• Equity and Diversity Book Club

• Winter Reading Challenge

• Teen Writer’s Circle

• Halton Hills Lecture Series

• English Conversation Circle

• Community Partner Programs

• And more!

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Visit us in branch during regular operating hours, on our website 24/7, or social media (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or Instagram) to take part, engage and follow us. Remember to sign up for the Winter Reading Challenge on Beanstack ( or with the Beanstack app on a mobile device.

“Reading to babies and small children is key for preparing your child to read and is a vital part of a child’s development,” says Melanie Southern, Chief Librarian.

Family Literacy Day is an initiative of ABC Literacy Canada. It has been promoting literacy and life-long learning since 1990, working tirelessly to support the literacy and learning community in Canada.

For more information about these Family Literacy programs and events at HHPL, please visit the Halton Hills Public Library website calendar. To explore HHPL’s digital library, please visit our Library from Home webpage.


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