Filming At The Library!

There will be some minor disruptions over the next few days.

Between September 24th and 25th, a film crew will be setting up for a film shoot next week. The shoot itself will take place on September 26th and 27th. 

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Music for Toddlers Fall Sessions

The Children's Department of the NBPL is hosting a music program for toddlers (Ages 1 and 2) and their parents/caregivers on Tuesday mornings at 10:30-11:00 a.m. in the Storyroom. 

 This program involves action songs and the use of basic rhythm instruments such as drums and shakers.

Please note that there are TWO fall sessions for this program, one starting Oct. 4-25 and one starting Nov. 1-22, 2022.

Registration is required and will begin September 20th

by phone at 705-474-4830, or in person at the Children’s desk. 

Space is limited.

Children MUST be accompanied by a parent/caregiver.


Preschool Storytime starts Oct.6, 2022

Preschool Storytime Fall Session

This is an interactive program of stories, songs and fingerplays for ages two and up.  Children must be two years old by the time the session begins. 

Preschool Storytime will run Thursday mornings from 10:30-11:00 a.m. starting October 6 through November 24, 2022.

Registration is required and begins September 20 by phone at 705-474-4830 or in person at the Children’s desk.  

Registration is limited. 

Children must be accompanied by a parent or  caregiver.  

Teen Advisory Group application form

Join our Teen Advisory Group!

Join our Teen Advisory Group and get monthly volunteer hours!

You also get to help us develop the library's collection (physical and digital), help plan programs and give your input on library space!

This group is for teens aged 13-17.

Meetings are held monthly and may be in person or via Zoom.

Apply in person at the main circulation desk or click here.

Upcoming Programs

Book launch with Judii Merle Sept 24, 1-2p.m.

Book Launch with Judii Merle

Indigenous author Judii Merle is on tour this month and will be stopping at the NBPL on Saturday Sept. 24, 1-2 p.m.

Join us in the Auditorium to celebrate her debut novel Wabanang, and learn more about what inspired her writing.

Reviewing your financial roadmap Sept. 28 6:30-7:30 p.m.

Reviewing Your Financial Roadmap Information Session with Katelyn Haddow and Sandra Gauthier

Join us on Wednesday Sept. 28, from 6:30-7:30 p.m. to learn how to create a financial roadmap to help you to better manage your money.


Space is limited - please register in advance.


Register in-person at the main circulation desk or by calling 705-474-4830.

Current Programs

The Scavenger hunt is back!

The scavenger hunt is back in the Children's Dept!

Visit the Children's Dept. and complete the scavenger hunt to be entered in the draw for a weekly prize bag.

The draw will be held every Friday!

Community Partners

Equipment Rental 

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Did you know you can borrow cameras, cake pans and even fishing rods from the library? See what else you can sign out here

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