Please make sure to drop by the library before Saturday in order to renew items, check out new items, or return items. You will not be charged any fines for the days we are closed, and you’re welcome to return items to our blue return box while we’re closed.
Don’t forget to ask for your PIN number so that you can access eBooks and audiobooks online while we’re closed. We don’t want you to be without books while we’re closed!
Just a note that the library will be CLOSED on Saturday, November 11th, in observance of Remembrance Day. You may return items to our blue box, and we will get them on Monday. No fines will be given for those days we are shut.
Please make sure to get in early this week for all of your reading needs. We’re open until 5:30pm on Friday!
Please feel free to drop any returns into our blue box on the front steps. We will be happy to take care of them on Saturday, and you will not be charged fines for the day we are not open.
Remembrance Day services begin at 11am at the cenotaph behind the library building.
Most countries cannot boast a poem as being something they are famous for, but In Flanders Fields by John McCrae is certainly known as Canada’s most important poem, by far. This year, to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the writing of this poem, a new book entitled IN FLANDERS FIELDS: 100 YEARS, WRITING ON WAR, LOSS AND REMEMBRANCE has been released. It is a collection of poems, essays, and more by authors, poets, historians and historical figures from Canada, who have put down their thoughts about the war, the poem, and the poet John McCrae.
We have this book at the library, and it might be a great way to begin this important week. Drop in to see what else we have in our special Remembrance Day window, as well. You’re bound to find something to take home.
Lest we forget.