View the latest edition of the Bracebridge Public Library newsletter. August 2021
The Library will increase the in-house hours of operation and and lift some restrictions while adhering to safety protocols. Masks must be worn and we ecourage everyone to use their time browsing the collections and checking materials out. The children's room is limited to 8 people at a time so we hope you will select books to read with your family at home. There are no in-house activities at this time.
Open to the public: Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9am to 6pm. Tuesday and Thursday 1pm to 6pm
Curbside Pickup: Tuesday and Thursday 9am to 1pm and Saturday 10am to 12pm
Items may be requested online or by phone and staff will call you to see if you are interested in curbside pickup or will come in-house to the pick up your items. The Book Return slot is open 24 hours and there are no overdue fines. Library staff are available to assist you and answer any questions.
Public computers may be reserved in advance during in-house hours. Printing is available with exact change.
The TD Summer Reading Story Walk will feature The Thing Lou Couldn't Do by Canadian author Ashley Spires. Enjoy reading the story panels located outside in the Library garden.
Last month we started making amigurumi bears. This month we will look at different ways the parts can be attached together and talk about adding eyes, hair, accessories, and more! Email email@example.com for a link. Next month we will start a fresh project.
The Muskoka Libraries will host a virtual author event with best-selling author Pam Jenoff. Register at firstname.lastname@example.org. Her newest novel The Woman with the Blue Star will be available to purchase for $15.
Need help with your tech? Our Librarians are offering FREE one-on-one tech help via Skype and Zoom. Sign up for an one hour session by emailing email@example.com or call and book an appointment at 705-645-4171
The Library has lawn signs that say “A Library Champion Lives Here” (24’ x 18’ with metal stake). If you would be interested in supporting the Library by displaying the sign on your lawn, please call us at 705-645-4171 to reserve one and arrange a pickup time. Ideally signs would be on display throughout the summer up to Ontario Public Library Week in October. Thank you to the Friends of the Bracebridge Public Library for sponsoring this initiative.
Access free wifi from the Library parking lot behind the building. No library card or password is required. Bring your own device, go to the network settings, select Library WiFi and connect as a guest.
The library is offering Ancestry Library Edition accessible from home with your library card. Access to Ancestry Library is not from our Online Resource page but from our Library catalogue page. 1. From the Library website home page, click the red search button to access the Library catalogue. 2. In the Library catalogue, Log In with your library card. 3. From the Library catalogue Home page, click the Ancestry logo on the right hand side. Ancestry Library Edition contains a wealth of genealogy research tools including census records, vital statistics, military records, immigration records and more! Start tracing your family history today.
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.