October 1, 2021:
The Kotkozero Rural Model Library named after Zinaida Dubinina was opened.
The funds received under the federal project were used to create a new information and library space, purchase new books, modern equipment, educational programs and games for children, including games of local history.
September 16, 2021:
The IV International Conference "Archives and Genealogy" began its work in the National Library of Karelia. The conference is organized by the National Archives of the Republic of Karelia in cooperation with Sukuseurojen Keskusliitto ry (Eng. Central Union of Genealogical Societies) (Finland).
Children's Library of the B. E. Kravchenko Central Library of the Kondopoga District became a winner of the competition of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation. The institution will receive 5 million rubles for repairs and equipment to meet the model library standard.
September 6, 2021:
In Olonets, the final events of the XXI Republican Festival of Karelian Literature ”Täs synnyinrannan minun algu – Here My Motherland Is Beginning” were held. The Festival was dedicated to the 90th anniversary of a Karelian writer Vladimir Brendoev.
August 5, 2021:
A meeting with an employee of the Finnish Consulate in Petrozavodsk took place at the National Library. On August 9, 2021, Finnish writer Tove Jansson would have turned 107. The world loves her as a fairy-tale writer who has created a unique world of moomins and other unusual creatures. On the eve of the birthday of the famous writer, a representative of the Finnish Consulate visited our library.