Bibliotheque publique juive/Jewish Public Library

The Jewish Public Library or JPL is a public library in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, founded in 1914. The library contains the largest circulating collection of Judaica in North America.
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About

The Jewish Public Library exists to inspire Jewish learning and to promote literacy and creativity. We provide access to historical and cultural heritage, literature and knowledge through our collections, Archives, programming and children’s library.

Jobs

Bibliotheque publique juive/Jewish Public Library has not posted any current job opportunities.

Events

Tue November 1
A historic immigration effort that allowed thousands of Holocaust survivors and their families to build news lives in Canada. The Paul and Babey Trepman Memorial Fund of the JPL and the MHM present The Tailor Project: a Panel Discussion In the aftermath of WWII, the Canadian government granted entry to skilled workers in displaced pers ...
Sun November 13
Part one of a three part series featuring Jewish archival collections from across Canada. Jewish archival collections across Canada hold objects that together comprise the collective memory of Jews who have lived here for centuries. Using one object from their respective collections, eleven archivists from the west to the east coasts of the country will ...
Sun November 13
Author Series: New Adult Fiction with Méira Cook! Join us in welcoming Méira Cook, award-winning author, as they discuss their latest book, The Full Catastrophe, followed by a moderator led Q&A period - questions from the audience are welcome! The Full Catastrophe is available from livresbabarbooks.com.
Mon November 14
Author Series: Parenting with Carla Naumburg, PhD! Join us in welcoming Carla Naumburg, PhD, clinical social worker, mother and author of five books, as they discuss their latest book, You Are Not a Sh*tty Parent, followed by a moderator led Q&A period - questions from the audience are welcome! You Are Not a Sh*t ...
Tue November 15
Author Series: Girls' Night Out with Jean Meltzer! Join us in welcoming Jean Meltzer, author of The Matzah Ball, as they discuss their latest novel, Mr. Perfect on Paper, followed by a moderator led Q&A period - questions from the audience are welcome! Mr. Perfect on Paper is available from livresba ...
Sun November 27
Part two of a three part series featuring Jewish archival collections from across Canada. About this event Jewish archival collections across Canada hold objects that together comprise the collective memory of Jews who have lived here for centuries. Using one object from their respective collections, eleven archivists from the west to the east co ...
Wed November 30
Author Series: Living with Grief with Rebecca Soffer Join us in welcoming Rebecca Soffer, cofounder of Modern Loss, as they discuss their latest book, The Modern Loss Handbook: An Interactive Guide to Moving Through Grief and Building Your Resilience, followed by a moderator led Q&A period - questions from the audience are ...
Thu December 1
The story of Leonard Cohen’s Journey in the Sinai During the Yom Kippur War with Matti Friedman. The Gluskin Sheff & Associates Inc., and The Mary Heimlich Cultural Endowment present Unchartered History: The Story of Leonard Cohen’s Journey in the Sinai During the Yom Kippur War Acclaimed author MATTI FRIEDMAN in conv ...
Sun December 11
Part three of a three part series featuring Jewish archival collections from across Canada. About this event Jewish archival collections across Canada hold objects that together comprise the collective memory of Jews who have lived here for centuries. Using one object from their respective collections, eleven archivists from the west to the east ...
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Bibliotheque publique juive/Jewish Public Library

5151 Côte Ste-Catherine Montreal, QC, Canada H3W 1M6
(514) 345-2627

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