Annual Student Art Show – June 3rd to 22nd
The Kent Farndale Gallery is pleased to present the annual Port Perry High School Student Art Show. The exhibit will run from Saturday, June 3rd to Thursday, June 22nd, 2023 in the Scugog Memorial Public Library at 231 Water Street in Port Perry. The Kent Farndale Gallery is open 7 days a week during library …
Chromebooks Available for Loan
To assist those in our community who do not have access to Internet-ready devices at home, we are launching a Chromebook lending program which allows adult cardholders to borrow a Chromebook laptop for home use for up to 2 weeks. These devices do require an Internet connection, so you can only use them in locations …
Library Service Updates
Here is a snapshot of current service status: Full access to library shelves, magazines and newspapers. All capacity limits have been lifted.Full access to public computers, printing & photocopying.Full access to the Kent Farndale Gallery.Study and lounge space is available.Room bookings will be resuming in April. Masks are no longer required, but they are appreciated.Social …
Mobile WiFi Hotspots Available for Loan
To assist those in our community who do not have access to Internet at home, we are launching a Wi-Fi hotspot lending program which allows adult cardholders to borrow a portable Wi-Fi hotspot for 2 weeks. Hotspots can be reserved through our online catalogue. See our Frequently Asked Questions for more info.
Digital Local Newspaper Collection
The Lake Scugog Historical Society’s Scugog Digital Newspaper Collection is comprised of more than 20,000 pages of newspapers from Prince Albert and Port Perry. The newspapers include: The Ontario Observer, the first newspaper to begin publishing in Reach Township in 1857The Port Perry Standard, the town’s first newspaper established in 1866The North Ontario ObserverThe …
Download the cloudLibrary App
Step 1: Place holds using our online catalogue. If you don’t have access to the Internet, you may call to place your holds with staff during our operating hours at 905-985-7686. Step 2: Wait for a call or email. It usually takes a day for staff to receive notice of the hold and pull it …
We hope that all of our patrons are doing well and keeping safe! We have been busily planning ways to help keep you connected and entertained at home during the closure of our building. Click here for more information on our events, including live streamed Tea & Books programs and Zoom Book Clubs!
Access Our E-library
Already read every book in the house? We’ve got you covered. Download the Libby app on your phone, tablet or computer and read to your heart’s content on your device. Don’t have a library card yet? Follow this link to get an e-card number you can use for any of our online resources. …