The Town of Stonewall, Manitoba

Ingles, Ernie; Chelsberg, Carrie
April 2008
Feliciter;2008, Vol. 54 Issue 2, p86
The article discusses the town of Stonewall, Manitoba and its library. The authors note that at one time Stonewall was known as a major limestone production centre. They also discuss the history of the library, which serves 4,000 people locally. The library runs several programs for the community including a puzzle exchange, bookmobile, and Storytime. The Storytime program incorporates music, crafts, visitors, and activities.


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