All materials on loan and due during this period can be returned upon re-opening of the library, without fines. A grace period of at least one week will be implemented upon re-opening. Renewals can also be done using your online account (select “Access My Account” from the options below).
We ask at this time that members retain any borrowed materials and do not return them through our overnight drop boxes. Please return materials after our branches have reopened.
Accessing the Library’s Online Databases
Most library databases require a library membership number for logging in. If you do not currently have a library membership, one will be issued to you by emailing email@example.com You will be provided with a number by email and a physical card will be mailed to you when our branches reopen.
Cancelled Library Programs
Re-imbursements for cancelled library programs will be offered. Program re-imbursement details will be shared with registered participants via the contact information provided at the time of registration. All library programs have been cancelled through early April; further cancellations may apply depending on changing circumstances.
The New Normal: Things to Do While at Home
In addition to taking full advantage of the library’s online databases and download sites (ebooks, digital magazines, online courses and digital music services), please take a look at our Children’s Programs and Adult Programs pages for additional suggestions, such as watching storytime videos presented by our staff. In cooperation with the County’s recreation staff, we’ve also assembled additional resources on page titled “New Normal“.
We gratefully acknowledge ServiceOntario for helping us to provide access to government services. We also acknowledge the support of the Government of Ontario which, through funds from the Capacity Building grant, enabled us to purchase ebooks, ebook readers, DAISY readers and expand our wireless access.