Englehart Public Library
71 4th Ave. Box 809
Englehart, Ontario
P0J 1H0

Tel: (705) 544-2100
Fax: (705) 544-2238
E-Mail: swilliams@englehartpubliclibrary.ca


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* New Features *

Bulletin Board / Traders Market

If you are having trouble veiwing the Traders Market Click Here

HOURS OF OPERATION:

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 12:00 noon - 5:00pm
Wednesday: 12:00 noon - 9:00pm
Thursday: 12:00 noon - 5:00pm
Friday: 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Saturday: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Sunday: Closed

Supporting Links

Click Images Below For Link

Industry Canada

 

 

"The Government of Canada provides the funding for this initiative."

Service Ontario At Libraries

Career Cruising
District of Timiskaming social service administration board
Eastlink

(Available free inside the library)

Ontario Health Care Options

STAFF MEMBERS:

Sharon Williams - C.E.O.

Liz Robitaille - Clerk

Karen Watchorn - Clerk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome to the Englehart Public Library website

 

 

* New Books * New Movies * Search Our Collection *

 

 

Click Here to read a bit about some of our new books!

*Dan's SENIOR SURF is back EVERY Wednesday 1:00pm - 4:00pm*

Tackleshare for youth who want to fish! (Youth Zone tab for more info.)

Conference / Meeting Area:

Host your group meetings at the Englehart Public Library. The relaxing peaceful atmosphere make the library a great choice to hold all your business and group meetings. We offer wifi access, projector and screen to make any presentation easy and visible to all viewers.

The Library offers great building accessibility. Seating for up to 35 at any time day or night. (Limited kitchen facility). Located downtown Englehart, the library is your answer for finding a great meeting place. Call the Library at (705) 544-2100 for more information.

YOGA

Mondays: 9:30AM -10:30AM

 

 

Click Here For Your Online Library eResources

From audiobooks to ancestors, car repair to career options, the funded e-resources available to public libraries in Ontario cover a wide range of topics and interests. 

They appeal to a broad audience, from kids to academic researchers and, best of all, this information comes from well-established and trusted online publishers.

E-resources come in a number of formats (audiobooks, e-books and databases) and can contain different types of publications within them.

You may need to come into the library to have full access to these resources.

Click Here To Start.

New Books and Dvd's *click here*

Ontario Public Library Week October

Don't Forget to Vote for Evergreen Reading Program Authors during Library Week!

 

TumbleBook Library & Cloud

To access links click on link 3 times, right click and select "Go to"

Tumble Book Library is for children Pre-K to lower elementary

www.tumblebooks.com/library/auto_login.asp?U=englehartpl&P=libra

Tumble Book Cloud Junior is for children Grades 2-6

www.tumblebookcloud.com/autologin.aspx?U=englehartpl2&P=login

Tumble Book Cloud is for Grades 6-12

www.tumblebookcloud.com/autologin.aspx?U=englehartpl&P=login

Audio Book Cloud is audio books for high school and older readers

www.tumblebooks.com/talkingbooks/auto_login.asp?u=englehartpl&p=login

 

OverDrive Audio / E-Books

Now with step by step instructions for Sony, Kobo, Ipad/Ipod Readers and Devices.

Now Supports Kindle. (all generations)

Overdrive is an online resource for downloading audiobooks at home or in the library. You can transfer the audiobooks to an Ipod or Mp3 player, burn them to CD or just listen to them on you PC or Mac.

All you need to start is your library card number and read the instructions on the next page!

Click the Overdrive link to begin!

Overdrive Link

 

View Original Art Work By Northern Ontario Artist

Also available, one on one or small group art lessons:

Website : http://www.artistmom.net

Phone: 705-544-2860

E-mail: paint@ntl.sympatico.ca

 

 

See Our Science North Cool Caravan Pictures

Click Here

 

Mission Statement

To continue the development of a public library collection and services that meet the needs of our community and to further the development of standards, partnerships and advocacy that will promote public library services.

Role of the Library

The library serves as a learning and cultural centre for the residents of the Town of Englehart and surrounding area

 

 

 

 

 

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