February Newsletter

There’s a lot to love in February!  We have delectable romance browser paperbacks at every branch; so easy to check out and savour.  Our wonderful story time and PopUp play programs for children and their families run at many locations throughout the month.  Be sure to enjoy Family Day on Monday, February 17th when the library branches will be closed.  And finally there are two lovely, free movie events “A beautiful day in the neighborhood” and “Frozen II” at the end of this month.

Download the February newsletter

We’ve got a new plan

Rideau Lakes Public Library is excited to release their new strategic plan for the period of 2020 to 2024.  Included in the plan is a new vision and mission statement that represents our commitment to inspiring and connecting the community.

The strategic plan will be a guidepost for the Rideau Lakes Public Library Board over the next five years and outlines specific directions on where to focus energy and resources.  Some of these goals include building welcoming and accessible spaces, spreading the word of what the library has to offer, and providing innovative services.

We appreciate the feedback from library staff, members, and volunteers as well as participation from community partners that went into the building of the plan.

Download the strategic plan 2020-2024

 

Merry and bright

Thanks to everyone who supported the library this year; whether you dropped by a branch, signed up for a program, checked out something interesting, did a puzzle, downloaded music, shared a laugh, donated books, studied hard or just relaxed.  Look for more exciting things to come in 2020, including our new five year strategic plan with fresh ideas and new spaces.

From everyone at Rideau Lakes Public Library, we wish you a cozy break and all the best for the new year. Happy holidays everyone!

Tech expert wanted

 

Rideau Lakes Public Library is looking to hire a Technical Support Coordinator.  Our library is forward looking, adapting to new and emerging technology to better serve the community of Rideau Lakes. Are you a technology wizard who loves working with people in a welcoming, community minded space?  If so, have a look at the job posting, and contact Vicki Stevenson, CEO, with a cover letter and resume by Friday December 13, 2019 at 5 p.m.

The Rideau Lakes Public Library is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We encourage qualified applicants to apply and will accommodate the needs to qualify applicants under the Human Rights Code in all parts of the hiring process. Alternative formats of this document are available upon request. Please contact call 613-359-5334 to request an alternate format. Thank you for your interest in this position. Please note that we will only contact those candidates chosen for an interview.