In accordance with O. Reg. 191/11: INTEGRATED ACCESSIBILITY STANDARDS under Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, S.O. 2005, c. 11, staff at the Bracebridge Public Library shall provide access to or arrange for the provision of access to accessible materials where they exist, upon request.
View the latest edition of the Bracebridge Public Library newsletter. March 2017
Internet & computer training will be offered for free at the Library starting on March 21. One-hour, one-on-one training is available for 9 weeks only. To reserve your spot call the Library and ask for Kathy.
Everyone welcome to create and enter an edible book or just come out and view, vote and eat them! Drop off entries 10-11am. Awards and refreshments 1pm. Serious or silly, edible books are made of food and inspired by books, titles, characters or authors.
Paint a Canadian landscape in watercolour with local artist Nancy Hunter on Saturday April 8, 10am to 12pm. Registration is required as space is limited. $10 fee for supplies. Celebrating Canada 150!
Join us for a presentation on gardening with native plants with special guest Jan McDonnell, retired wildlife biologist with the MNR, avid gardener and volunteer with the Muskoka Conservancy. Free event. Refreshments will be served.
Celebrate Canada 150 at the Library! Read books by authors from each province, receive a passport and collect stamps, hand in passport at the end of the year. Contest runs all year.
Bracebridge Transit monthly easyPass may be purchased at the Library, Sportsplex and Town Office. Bracebridge Transit website