Return to curbside

Covid update January 2022

We are returning to curbside service and pausing in-branch browsing as of January 5, 2022. We are ready to assist you with any computer or printing needs and you may book a time at any branch for these services.

Please reach out to staff for any help with vaccination booking, printing out of proof of vaccination including newer QR codes and for any library materials.

Our digital collections have been expanded on Libby with digital magazines and more e-audio and e-book titles along with with Hoopla offering binge passes on the Great Courses and digital magazines.

If you have any questions or concern please contact Vicki at (613) 359-5334 or vicki@rlpl.ca

Happy New Year!!

Happy New Year! For 2022 we want to introduce you to our new online catalogue (there may still be the odd glitch, but it looks amazing) and a new digital magazine collection with Libby (we are saying goodbye to Flipster). Hoopla is also getting some upgrades with Hoopla Binge Pass.

We will be CLOSED for the following days
December 31 and January 1.

UPDATE – All events are subject to change due to Covid restrictions, follow us on social media and check out our website to stay up-to-date on program schedules.  We are open for in person visits at the Delta, Elgin, Newboro & Portland branch as well as a small set up at the Ronald E. Holman Complex. You can browse, use a computer and pick-up your items. Please follow the signage at your branch, wear a mask, sanitize your hands and stay home if you are feeling any symptoms. Thank You 

Hello October! New month, Fresh starts, positive thoughts.

We are so excited to bring back in-house programming this month. Laura Lee is filling up the calendar with Play, Songs/Rhymes and Story Times ; After School movie for the kids ; Paint class for adults ; and a Photography workshop. Join Hooks ‘n Books on Zoom and get creative with Creative Bug. Check out the October newsletter for details.

Honouring September 30

At the library this September 30th 2021, the first ever National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, we will be honouring the lives of children lost, the Survivors, and those families and communities affected by the residential school system.

Show your heart and take time to reflect by adding your thoughts to the orange hearts available at all branches.

Learn more about the residential school system and the journey of reconciliation; check out our adult and children’s books, films, reports, and The Calls to Action handout for kids.

There are many online resources to connect with, including free recordings all week from the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation, the Orange Shirt Day events, and the University of Alberta’s online learning course Indigenous Canada.

Display to honour the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation with a hoop of hearts and library resources