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Read for the knowledge of it. Open a book and expand your mind.

Welcome to Tweed Public Library

 

Covid Update – July 29, 2021


As per Ontario’s Roadmap to Reopen strategy, the library doors are now open to the public effective July 20. Masks are still required while in the building. In-person browsing is permitted while maintaining social distancing protocol. Computer usage has resumed and is available on a first come, first serve basis. Computers may be used for 45-minute periods. Printing/copying services are still available and our hours will remain the same.

Items can still be placed on hold online through our catalogue https://olsn.ent.sirsidynix.net/client/en_US/tweed/ or by calling us at 613-478-1066 and curbside pickup is still offered, if needed.

We have also launched our virtual summer TD Summer Reading Program. Visit our Facebook page for more information.

We wish to extend a huge thank you to our patrons for your support and patience during this challenging time and we are thrilled to see you in person again!

 

Our Vision Statement:

 

The Tweed Public Library is a leader in celebrating reading and transforming lives through knowledge and information.  The Library provides accessible services through technology and contemporary facilities.  The Library is a recognized contributor to the high quality of life in the community through exceptional services and valued partnerships.

 

Our Mission Statement:

 

The Tweed Public Library offers the community equitable  access to information and ideas that stimulate imagination and inquiry through literature and reference, for culture and commerce.

 

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Electronic Resources


Tweed Public Library offers a rich selection of digital subscribed resources. Our databases are available through the library's web site 24/7, from inside the library, home, school or work. You will need your library card number to access them.


Reference Materials


If you are looking for a dictionary, thesaurus, atlas, encyclopedia or other reference materials online we have provided links to a variety of online reference tools. The "Collections" include a vast array of resources; both general and specialized.

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Membership

Membership is free for all residents and/or taxpayers of the Municipality of Tweed with suitable I.D.

Non-residents may enjoy Library privileges on payment of a non-resident fee.

Contact Details

Tweed Public Library
230 Metcalf St,
P.O. Box 628
Tweed, Ontario
K0K 3J0
Phone 613-478-1066
Email tweedlibrary@vianet.ca

Hours

Borrowing Agreements

Madoc and Marmora cardholders are welcome to use the Tweed Library, as we have reciprocal borrowing privileges. You must return your borrowed materials to the library they were borrowed from.