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Fiddles abound when MCO visits Transcona Library

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Libraries are usually quiet places, but there will be some beautiful sounds emitting from local branches soon.

The Manitoba Chamber Orchestra will perform at Winnipeg Public Library locations across the city later this month, including at the Transcona Library.

The orchestra will perform with an emphasis on fiddle music as part of its Fiddlers on the Loose at the Library program at the 111 Victoria Ave. W. branch at 10:30 a.m. on March 28. Those looking to register can call 204-986-3955.

In other library news, children and teens up to 17 years of age can see their fines disappear.

Members whose borrowing privileges have been suspended because of unpaid fines can see credits applied to their accounts in exchange for time spent reading. For more information, contact your local library.

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