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Notice - Update

We recently informed our valued patrons that the Southern Ontario Library Service’s interlibrary loan service would cease as of Friday, April 26th due to a 50% cut to their provincial funding. SOLS advised that while courier services will no longer be offered, they are assessing how they can continue to provide interlibrary loan services. However, this service will remain suspended until at least May 31st.  We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience to the many library users who utilize this service and will keep you up-to-date on any further developments.

Teens Programs

What Every Babysitter Should Know

This award-winning course from St. John Ambulance teaches the skills necessary to care for infants, toddlers and pre-schoolers. It emphasizes safety, dealing with emergencies and first aid basics. Course materials include an instructor's guide, a student activity book, a certificate suitable for framing and a wallet-size certificate.

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Class Visits/Library Orientation Tours/Research Skills

Our class visit program is a great way to introduce students to the informational and recreational resources available to them at their public library. Once the children reach
grade 4, we offer a research skills orientation which is curriculum based.

Volunteer/Community Service Hours Program

Students can apply to volunteer at our library by completing an application form available at our circulation desk. Volunteering will teach students valuable skills and help them to reach their required community service hours.

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For more details on these programs please see our Homepage or newsletter.