The Huron County Library is honoured to receive the Ontario Library Association’s (OLA) Archival and Preservation Achievement Award for the Huron County Digitized Newspaper project. Virtually presented to library staff at the OLA Super Conference on February 2, 2022, the award recognizes significant achievements in the field of preservation and/or conservation for library and/or archival materials.
Huron County Library is pleased to announce that as of August 15, 2020 curbside service is available at all 12 branches located throughout the County, including Alice Munro in Wingham, Bayfield, Blyth, Brussels, Clinton, Exeter, Goderich, Hensall, Howick, Kirkton, Seaforth, and Zurich. Hours vary from branch to branch and are regularly being adjusted to meet the public’s needs. Visit huroncounty.ca/library for complete curbside service details.
Goderich, ON – The County of Huron, along with the Huron County Library Board is pleased to announce Beth Rumble as the new Director of Cultural Services. Beth has been working at the County of Huron for over 6 years and has most recently been the Branch Services Librarian. She holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from York University and a Master of Library and Information Science from Western University.
The ninth annual Huron County Cultural Awards were given out on Friday, April 27 at the Blyth Memorial Community Hall. This year’s Cultural Award recipients were chosen from a pool of fifteen outstanding nominees, nominated by members of the public, for their contribution they made to the arts, culture, and heritage sector of Huron County in 2017.
Huron County Cultural Awards. Friday, April 27th at 7:30 pm Blyth Memorial Community Hall. Celebrating 15 exceptional nominees this year. Performances by: Blyth Festival Singers, St. Anne’s C.S.S. Jazz Cubed and Melina and John Powers. Canapes by Bon Vivant. Cash bar.