Wakefield Library is taking first steps to resume some kind of service while conforming to pandemic rules and regulations. To begin this process, we ask all our clients to return their books to the drop box at the library. We will clean them and restock the shelves.
By mid-June, we hope to be accepting book orders by email and phone message. These books will be put into envelopes for you to pick up. More details will follow in the days to come.
Please be patient – we are getting there.
Your library subscription provides free access to many online resources:
- more than 10,000 digital books
- more than 5,000 digital journals and magazines
- genealogy resources (Mes Aieux and Genealogy Quebec)
- hundreds of online training courses (ToutApprendre)
- the online resource Protégez-vous.
Are you Registered?
Subscribe to your library online and obtain a PIN to access digital books, magazines and other resources on the Réseau Biblio de l’Outaouais website.
Retrieve your PIN
Are you a library member but forgot your PIN? Retrieve your PIN by completing a form on the Réseau Biblio de l’Outaouais website.
Sightings, the poetry and music concert scheduled at the Biblio Wakefield Library for March 29th, has been postponed and will be rescheduled once we are through this crisis. In the meantime, a poem excerpt for these times…
how often we feel we’re being watched over,
or that we’re secretly looking in on the ones
we love, even when they are far away…
—what we know~ from Listening for Your Name by David Graham
and what we feel can fully coincide, like love
and worry, like taking care in full silence
and secrecy, like darkness and light together.
The Wakefield Library, in cooperation with the WAY, is starting up the local chapter of Girls Who Code. This will be an all female environment and we are looking for girls between 11 and 14 years old. Club membership and meetings are sponsored by The WAY and the Wakefield Library. If you are interested, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and include your name, address, phone number and age. It would also be very helpful to give us an idea about your interest and if you have coding experience.
Girls Who Code is an international organization with the goal to close the gender gap in technology. The non-profit organization has reached 185,000 girls across Canada and the USA inspiring, educating, teaching computing skills and increasing female participation in STEM degrees and job sector. They have also national chapters in the UK and India.
On the Path to Reconciliation
Book Discussion Group
The On the Path to Reconciliation Book Discussion Group meets the third Thursday of the month in the Wakefield Library. Facilitated by Paul Brown, email@example.com