The library will remain open during the Sydney street reconstruction, however access to the adjacent municipal parking lot via Sydney street will be closed. To access the parking lot, please use George Assaly Lane from Pitt street. Exit the parking lot on Third street. The book return will remain open however you will not be able to drive your vehicle to it. Click here for map.
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INTRODUCING OUR LIBRARY OF THINGS
Beginning May 25th, you will be able to borrow things other than books or Dvds at the library. Things such as a portable sewing machine, virtual reality headset, even a mini robot ball! Borrowing is free with your Cornwall Public Library card, but some items may have a small materials fee. To find the Library of Things collection in the library catalogue simply enter the term “Library of Things” in the search screen and then select the item to reserve it. See the pamphlet here.
SUMMER MOVIES AT THE LIBRARY
Here is a sneak peek at the Summer Movies you can enjoy for free at the library all summer long. For a full list of movies geared to a mature audience, click here. For family movies click here. Free for everyone.
KEVIN SYLVESTER – AUTHOR, ILLUSTRATOR, BROADCASTER, TO VISIT LIBRARY
Kevin Sylvester Author Illustrator Broadcaster will visit library on June 5 for the launch of the library’s TD Summer Reading Club. Reserve the date for this epic visit from 6 to 7 p.m. Click here for more information. For the TD Summer Reading Club program guide, click here.
QUILT of BELONGING SPECIAL 20th ANNIVERSARY PRESENTATION
June 14 @ 10:30 am at CORNWALL PUBLIC LIBRARY. Revisit the rich 20-year history of the Quilt of Belonging, its worldly travels and its future. Presented by artist Esther Bryan, originator of the Quilt of Belonging. Free program, limited seating. Reserve your seat by calling the library at 613-932-4796. More information here.
CITY OF CORNWALL – ADOPT A STREET PROGRAM
Show your civic pride by helping the city achieve litter-free streets, sidewalks, and parks. To become a volunteer or for more information on this city-run program, click here.
DID SOMEONE SAY, “MANGO”
A fun-infused way to learn a new language. Mango prepares learners for realistic conversations and strengthens everyday communication skills in over 70 world languages, including French, Spanish & English. Click here to start learning a new language right now! Brought to you by Cornwall Public Library.
Click here to check out Kanopy, a streaming service that showcases more than 30,000 of the world’s best films, including award-winning documentaries, rare and hard-to-find titles, film festival favorites, indie and classic films, and world cinema. Click here for Kanopy Kids a child friendly version of Kanopy.