Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at the Carleton Place Public Library. We hope you have a wonderful family-filled weekend!

See you on Tuesday…

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Long Weekend

It’s a long weekend coming up, and that means the library will be closed for an extra day. Make sure you drop in ahead of Thanksgiving to pick out new materials, renew items, or to use our WiFi. While we’re closed, you’ll still have access to our online resources, but you’ll need your library card and PIN to access them, so make sure you’ve got that all sorted.

Here are the library hours as follows:

Friday, October 6th — OPEN 9:30am – 5:30pm

Saturday, October 7th — OPEN 10:00am – 5:00pm

Sunday, October 8th — CLOSED

Monday, October 9th — CLOSED

Enjoy your long weekend!

 

A Long Weekend + Lego!

shopJust a reminder that the library will be closed on Monday, October 10th for Thanksgiving. Drop in anytime today or tomorrow to renew your items, pick up something new, or use the WiFi and printer.

You won’t be charged any fines for the days we’re not open, and you can return all of your items to the blue box that sits near the front door of the library. We’ll be open at our regular time on Tuesday, Oct. 11th at 1:30pm.

And just in case you’re one of the lucky ones to have children off on a PA Day today, don’t forget, we have a Lego Drop In today from 1-3pm. Come for the whole time, or just stay for a few minutes. It’s a fun way to pass the afternoon!

Happy long weekend, everyone!

Be Thankful, Day 4

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Just a reminder, the library will be closed on Monday, October 13 for Thanksgiving. If you need books, drop in today or Saturday to stock up! And don’t worry, you won’t be charged fines for the days we’re closed, so please keep all returns until Tuesday, October 14th when the Blue Return Box will go out at 9am.

Today, be thankful to that person who made you a reader, or thank someone in your life who is a reader! Reading isn’t a luxury….it helps us grow and learn, it lets us be creative and discover new worlds and people, it makes us well-rounded people. So, make a point today of declaring your love of reading, and thanking the person who was responsible for it all (whether they’ll read it or not). Post on your Facebook page or on Twitter, and let the world know you’re a reader!

Happy Thanksgiving!