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Marathon Public Library

The Marathon Public Library Board would like to inform area residents that the library will remain shut down as per Ontario orders regarding Covid-19. Please do not drop books off in the Dropbox - keep all of your borrowed material until the library reopens - all fines will be waived. Wifi can still be accessed in the parking lot, and if you have a valid library card, you can access ebooks for all ages through Overdrive on the Marathon Public Library website.


Curbside Pickup - Manitouwadge Library

The Manitouwadge Public Library is pleased to announce that we will now be offering curbside pick-up.  You can contact the library through our on-line catalog, by email or by phone to reserve your titles and library staff will contact you when your books are available.  Curbside pick-up is available Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 1-3:30pm.  Library materials can be returned during these same hours in our black book return bins at the entrance of the Rec Centre.

Red Rock Library

The Red Rock Public Library book return box (located within Municipal building lobby) will not be accessible during the province-wide closure. Please keep your books and return once we open.

And if you need books or resources, don't forget you can access digital copies at Overdrive/Libby, learn a language at Mango, find information at Britannica Encyclopedia. Access these databases and many more online resources at you just need your 8-digit library card number. Email if you live in Red Rock and need a library card, don't know what your card number is, or need help using any of these databases. And follow us on Facebook for even more links and updates!

Read Across Canada

 Read Across Canada - Red Rock, Dorion, Nipigon

Go on a cross-Canada road trip virtually through your library’s resources!
The “Read across Canada” Challenge is brought to you by Dorion, Nipigon and Red Rock Public Libraries.
Explore Canada 1 province at a time… by reading or listening to one (1) book set in each province or territory. Go to the library’s websites and access our online reading databases including Overdrive.
Print off a ballot from Facebook and write down the author and title read from each province or territory.
All ages eligible to enter, and it’s free to enter. One (1) completed ballot per person for one (1) draw prize.
The winner announced 1st week of December 2020!