Welcome to the Shediac Public Library website

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Click here for all the information for the summer programming!

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The Shediac Public Library is launching its 14th

 “Garden of Knowledge” 

fund-raising campaign, which will run from July 3 to July 28, 2018.

The Shediac Public Library Board and the library’s staff strongly believe it is never too early to introduce children to the world of books and its wondrous stories.  They are also convinced that reading is not simply a pastime but an indispensable asset. 

In order to improve the library’s juvenile book collection and to encourage young readers, the Shediac Public Library invites the public to participate, this July, in its “2018 Garden of Knowledge” fund-raising campaign.

The library’s goal is to have on its shelves, a permanent collection of quality books that values children’s interests and inspires them to read.

This is the ideal opportunity to celebrate the joy of reading with our community’s children. Help them to discover that books are the keys to a world of discoveries!

Visit the Shediac public library today for all the details

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Members of the Summer Reading Club are invited to participate in the program "Secret Challenges" where each week you can take part in a new challenge and discover the pleasure of opening the "Top Secret File"!

From June 26 to August 11, 2018

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Come discover and explore the world of science at the Shediac Public Library through fun and informative science workshops.

- Wednesday afternoons at 2pm
- from July 4th to August 8th
- Children aged 6 to 12 years old

It's free but space is limited

Click here for all the details

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Stéphanie at the Shediac Public Library
will be offering...in English...

FAMILY MUSICAL STORY HOUR

Saturday afternoons at 2:30pm
from July 14 to August 11, 2018

The whole family can have fun listening to and learning songs with Stéphanie through dancing, playing musical instruments and listening to stories.

It's free but spaces are limited.

Click here for all the details

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This program is offered to youth aged 7 - 14 from Friday July 6 to August 24, 2018 - 2pm to 4pm.

It's FREE but space is limited so register today!

Click here for more information

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Children 3 years old and having completed kindergarten are invited to our "Story Hour with Crafts" at the Shediac Public Library.

When?

Tuesday mornings at 11am from July 3 to August 7, 2018.

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Sign up for our FREE eight session Introduction to Computers course at the Shediac Public Library.

Offered by the South East Regional Adult Learning Board,
this course is designed for beginners or those who think
they need a refresher.

This course is offered in English and is free of charge
but space is limited.

The course will start Thursday May 10th from 1:30pm to 4pm.

Click here for more information

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Library Services by Mail

The Shediac Public Library offers it's library services by mail! If you or someone you know are unable to visit the library, ask about getting books by mail. It's FREE!

Click here for more details

 

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You don't have to be Einstein to know the value of a card!

Click here to see the great benefits for a youth card

 

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DID YOU KNOW?

Your library offers a variety of services to persons with print disabilities! Visit the Shediac Public Library today!

Click here for more information

 

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For the love of art, books and children 

Incredible generosity! Incredible art exhibit-sale!

 Are you looking for that “one of a kind” gift, a beautiful work of art that will help pull the decor of your room together or that special painting that “speaks” to you?

 Thanks to an incredible donation of canvases by the late local artist Berthe Landry and the unmatched generosity and
talent of Madeleine Raiche, creator of the Little Sunshines,beautiful…colourful…lively…original paintings are now
available for purchase at the Library.

The price for each painting has been reduced by 40% and all proceeds from the sale of these works of art will be used to buy books and continue to offer free programming at the library.

 

Summer Reading club