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Lion, a film for the entire family on December 15 et 17

For more information, see Ciné-Cinema.

 

Don't miss our Bake sale on December 16

We will be holding our traditional Christmas cookie and pastry sale on Saturday, December 16 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

We would like to thank in advance the persons who would like to support this fundraising activity by offering home-made goodies; they can bring them to the library the day before, or early on the morning of the sale.

 

The volunteer team at the Library receive a Hugo d'or

They work hard but are rarely applauded. To thank all those who work in the shadows, Hugo Lavoie, a journalist with Radio-Canada, seeks out people who should be publicly congratulated. His broadcasts are aired every morning at 6:35 a.m. on FM 98.5. This week, the volunteer team at the Library were honoured. A little error slipped into the text, the library serves over 8,500 inhabitants, for the most part, residing in the municipalities of Huntingdon, Godmanchester, Hinchinbrooke, Elgin, Dundee and Franklin. To find out more...http://ici.radio-canada.ca/premiere/emissions/gravel-le-matin/segments/chronique/48265/hugo-dor-petite-bibliotheque-huntingdon

 

New art exhibition by Diane Rainville

We are pleased to announce our next art exhibition by Diane Rainville, a resident of St-Anicet for the past 11 years.

Five years ago, she took a course in painting with acrylics; however, the medium did not appeal to her at all. Happily, her professor suggested she try working with pastels... an immediate passion.

Mrs. Rainville has exhibited a number of times and in 2015 received the first prize in an exhibition-contest at Valedar in Valleyfield.

 Everyone is welcome to come and enjoy her appealing works.

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 New Web OPAC (Online Catalogue)

The New Books and Online Catalogue have merged into one.  We have upgraded our Web OPAC to be more up to date, dynamic and free flowing where you can not only see the New Books that we have added to your library but all new items, Books, CDs, DVDs, audio books, etc.  With a new robust search engine and multiple query options you can narrow your search down to exactly what you are looking for.  If you have one of our hand-outs with a map of the library and all locations within, you can even search a given location for your items.

NEW to the web OPAC is a member area.  By logging in with your library card number as your USERNAME and your given PIN for your PASSWORD, you can have access to a list of items you currently have checked out, a list of your fines and payments, and your circulation history (a list of all items you have ever checked out).

Having access to your member area also allows you to create a future list of books to read by putting them into your BOOK BIN which you can email or print a hard copy at any time.

You must log in to your member area not only to reserve books as you have on the old Web search system, but now you can also renew your currently checked out items right from your member area.  There will be new features added in the future to make this great new web OPAC an even greater experience for you.

We hope you enjoy the added functionality that this new web OPAC brings and we thank the volunteers who spent many hours to bring this to you so that you, the members, can have a much richer web experience associated with your Little Green Library!