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Ontario Trillium Grant for the purchase of books, videos, and some minor capital projects

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Grant allows library to buy more books and DVDs

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Killaloe & District Library Newsletter

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Assistant student librarian, Stephanie Prince, reads to children in Killaloe Station Park.

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Killaloe Written History

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Killaloe 100th- The Way it Is

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Killaloe 100th- The Way it Was

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Logging

Click on an image below to view the gallery! Scroll below to read more information on Logging. As early as 1840 squared timber was floated down Brennan’s Creek (formerly Brudenell River and Brennan River) named for John Brennan the first

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Sports

Hockey and Baseball have long been favourite sports in Killaloe with many championship titles being won by village teams. Curling came into popularity with the construction of the Killaloe Curling Rink in 1973. The Annual Killaloe Business Bonspiel draws teams

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The Railway

Click on an image below to view the gallery! Scroll down for more information.  One of the greatest influences in the development of Killaloe was the construction of J.R.Booth’s , Ottawa, Arnprior, Parry Sound Railway, built between 1892 and 1896.

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