Welcome to the Shediac Public Library website

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The Shediac Public Library presents

BABIES IN THE LIBRARY

March 1st to April 5th, 2019
2:30 to 3:30 pm

For children aged 0 to 18 months, there will be songs, finger play, stories and rhymes. It's FREE but spaces are limited so registration is required.

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The library staff would like to invite children 18 months to 3 years old to Toddlers in the Library.

This program will be offered on
Fridays from January 25th to February 22nd at 2:30 pm

It's FREE but spaces are limited so please register

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NEXT STEP, KINDERGARTEN
at the Shediac Public Library

Helps your child develop skills needed to be ready
for school in September 2019. A FREE 5-week play-based
school-readiness program presented on Saturdays from
February 2nd to March 2nd 2019, 10 to 11:30 am.

Registration is required

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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!

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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!

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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