The Little Green Library has made a computer station available for the citizens of the Haut-Saint-Laurent where they can obtain and print their vaccine passport free of charge.
The information you will need to access the portal are: your family and first name, your medical insurance card number, the date on which you received your first dose of vaccine, the name of the vaccine received and the family and first names of your parents.
The Library will be reinstating fines for late items as of September 1st. $0.15 per item for each day that we are open.
We are happy to present a video directed by Alain Boisvert which shows the services available to library members. We are grateful to Claude DeBellefeuille, Member of Parliament for Salaberry-Suroît for her generous contribution. Thank you to everyone who helped in the making of it.
The librairy serves the following municipalities:
Ville de Huntingdon
Municipalité de Franklin
Municipalité de Hinchinbrooke
Municipalité de Godmanchester
Municipalité de Dundee
Municipalité de Elgin
Letter to the members - April 2021
The Library extends its opening hours
The hours that the Little Green Library will be open will be extended starting on April 20.
Accordingly, members will have access to the library as follows:
|Tuesday||10 a.m. to 4 p.m.|
|6 to 8 p.m.*|
|Thursday||2 to 4:30 p.m.|
|Friday||2 to 4:30 p.m.*|
|Saturday||10 a.m. to 4 p.m.|
*Added to the schedule
Visitors must respect health measures in force: wearing a mask, disinfecting hands and maintaining physical distancing of 2 metres.
Do you have any ideas or comments, or perhaps you would like to join the Board of Directors and volunteers?
Returning borrowed books
Please return your books by placing them in the book chute beside the main entrance. Books are placed in quarantine for 48 hours before being replaced on the shelves.
Used book boutique
Second hand books are on sale in a space set aside for this purpose. The income from these sales helps to fund our services.
Every Saturday, you can purchase a bag of books for $2. At other times, prices vary from 50 cents to $1 per book.
In order to respect social distancing measures, only one person can enter the boutique at a time.
Recruitment of volunteers
As previously mentioned, the management and operation of The Little Green Library is taken care of solely by persons who volunteer to offer their time.
It is essential for our organization that we recruit new volunteers to maintain and even develop our service offer.
Our volunteers who are most often seen are those who work at the loan counter, but there are also people who work at purchasing, cataloguing and classifying the books, not to mention organizing fund raising activities, art exhibits, promoting our activities, delivering books to day-care centres and seniors' residences, etc.
Naturally, at the moment, training new volunteers has temporarily been suspended, but the needs are real, so don't hesitate to join our team!
For further information, please visit our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/PetiteBibliothequeVerteLittleGreenLibrary
The team of volunteers at The Little Green Library