The space is bright, open and attractive. Quiet rooms upstairs just invite you to study something, and lots of comfortable seating areas are located throughout - one has a cozy fireplace that is sure to become a favourite.
It’s definitely worth a stop to check out the new revitalized space and services.
The library has programs for children, teens and adults, and frequently hosts special events – check out their website for what’s upcoming.
The library offers eBook workshops where you can get tips on using any of several eBook readers, and using the library’s free eBook services. The next session is Saturday January 28 in the new lower level computer lab.
The Adult Book Club requires no fee or registration, just show up. The upcoming novel is Hetty Doval by Ethel Wilson on Tuesday February 7, 2012 (this one will be held in the Community Room at the Elgin Mall).
Bright, eye-catching Ready, Set, Read Prefilled Backpacks are available in the children’s department. They contain books highlighting each of six different literacy skills and are available at different levels. They are co-sponsored by the Retired Teachers Federation of Ontario.