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 Ciné-Cinema adds to its winter program

On February 17 at 2:00 p.m., Ciné-Cinema presents two short films from Quebec, nominated for an Oscar. The films, Marguerite by Marianne Farley, and Fauve by Jérémy Comte, are finalists in the short fiction film category for the 91st edition of the Oscar Gala to be held on February 24. Free admission but donations will be accepted.


The Annual General Meeting will be held on February 17

Members of the library as well as the entire population are invited to attend the Annual General Meeting of the members on Sunday, February 17 at 10 a.m.



The smallest animated film festival in the world


 Seventy-five people attended the third edition of the Festival this year on January 19 and 27 - a big success in spite of the bad weather! Twenty-two animated films from 12 different countries offered 90 minutes of pleasure and reflection. The film which won the public award, A good heart, by Russian filmmaker, Evganiya Jirkova, will receive a cash prize as well as a statuette designed by Alain Boisvert, creator of the Festival, and made by Jean-Philippe Morin.


Alain Boisvert has, himself, been selected by the Festival International du Film sur l'Art (FIFA) for his film, Sharing through generations / Le chemin partagé, filmed as part of a cultural  project involving Natasha Smoke Santiago, a Mohawk artists from Akwesasne, and John Ryan, a painter from Godmanchester.

Recruitment of volunteers

 As you know, the library is managed solely by volunteers. We are currently in need of certain services: the loan service, communications and publicity, and fundraising. Do you have a few hours to offer? Come and talk to us!

Very good news! Free membership for Dundee, Hinchinbrooke and Huntingdon

As of 2019, membership in the library will be free for the citizens of Huntingdon, Dundee and Hinchinbrooke thanks to an agreement concluded with their municipality. The membership fee is unchanged for citizens of other municipalities.

Subscription to digital versions of Le Devoir and The Montreal Gazette newspapers.

 Take a break at the library to read these newspapers on one of our computers. It's free!

 Film loan period

 Films are now loaned for the same period as the other documents, that is 21 days instead of just 7.

Fundraising activities

In spite of the support from the municipalities, population and members, the library still needs to raise funds to cover all its expenses, so we will be holding an Easter bake sale on Saturday, April 13 and a garage sale on Saturday, June 1. Keep us in mind when you are doing your spring cleaning!

New exhibition of paintings by O'Reilly Peel

With her Acadian roots, O'Reilly Peel's inspiration comes from nature, life, day by day events, animals, her connection to the Universe, from the beauty around her or simply something comes to seek her inner self and the connection she has with it. This offers her inspiration.

O'Reilly has a diploma in Fine arts from Champlain College and has also taken private lessons in painting and now lives in Dewittville.





Something new: Access to our computer stations for the entire population starting November 1st

It will no longer be necessary to be a member of the library in order to use our computer stations or wi-fi environment. This service will be accessible to all.

$2.00/bag book sale every Saturday

Because the $2.00 /bag book sale that we had on every Saturday of Juy was a great success, we have decided that it will be on every Satrurday of the year, starting now!