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Tweed Public Library
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for 2011-2014


Monday - Closed



Thursday - 2:00pm-6:00pm



Sunday - Closed

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Quilting Club

The quilting club meets at 10:15 am - 1:30 pm  on the 4th Friday of the month starting Friday January 23. Fee is $2.00.

Knitting Club

The knitting club meets every Friday from 2:00-4:00 (except the third Friday each month when they meet at Moira Place). Beginners are welcome.


Pre-loaded Kobo e-Readers, New Titles Added!

koboTweed Public Library is proud to introduce a new lending program featuring pre-loaded Kobo e-Readers. We have purchased 5 Kobo Touch e-Readers and catagorized them by genre. This pilot project of Kobo e-Readers comes with a selection of 8 popular eBooks on each reader. See below for genres and books.


Kobo #1, Genre: Mystery & Suspense

Kobo #4, Genre: Best Sellers

Watching the Dark - Peter Robinson
Dust - Patricia Cornwell
Cold Snap - Allison Brennon
Tamarack County - William Kent Krueger
Hush Hush - Tess Monaghan
Obsession in Death - J.D. Robb
The Geneva Strategy - Jamie Freveletti
See How Small - Scott Blackwood

Doctor Sleep - Stephen King
The Luminaries - Eleanor Catton
Sycamore Row - John Grisham
Private L.A. – James Patterson
Wild - Cheryl Strayed
The Escape - David Baldacci
Be Careful What You Wish For - Jeffery Archer
Invisible -  James Patterson

Kobo #2, Genre: Romance

Kobo #5, Genre: Non-Fiction

Stella Bain - Anita Shreve
Dark Witch - Nora Roberts
The Harem Midwife - Roberta Rich
Heart of Stone - Christine Warren
The Girls of Mischief Bay - Susan Mallery
The American Heiress - Daisy Goodwin
Black Magick - Nora Roberts
The Winter Witch - Paula Brackston

Crazy Town - Robyn Doolittle
An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth - Chris Hadfield
A Nation Worth Ranting About -Rick Mercer
Black Code - Ron Deibert
The Opposite of Loneliness - Marina Keegan
A House in the Sky - Amanda Lindhout
The Republic of Imagination - Azar Nafisi
My Salinger Year - Joanna Rakoff

Kobo #3, Genre: Young Adult Fiction


The Book Thief - Markus Zusak
The Fault in our Stars - John Green
Allegiant - Veronica Roth
Fire and Flood – Victoria Scott
Unbroken - Laura Hillenbrand
A Tale of 2 Proms - Cara Lockwood
Baygirl - Heather Smith
Audacious - Gabriella Prendgast


Services provided include resumes, job search skills, mock interviews, and more!!

Community Employment Services — Belleville 
54 Dundas Street East, Belleville, ON  K8N 1B8
Fax 613-966-6318
Community Employment Services — Bancroft
P.O. Box 10, 195 Hastings Street North, Bancroft, ON  K0L 1C0
613-332-1743 ext. 1 
Fax 613-332.4773

Contact at CES Belleville is Michael Whitaker at the above phone numbers or email at


About Seniors Community Grant Program
Created by the Government of Ontario, the Seniors Community Grant Program is the first grant program in Ontario dedicated solely to seniors. It was introduced to give seniors more opportunities to participate in their communities by providing funding to not-for-profit community groups for projects that encourage greater social inclusion, volunteerism and community engagement.

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Membership Information

1) All residents and ratepayers in the Municipality of Tweed are eligible for a free membership at the Library.
2) Everyone can apply for their own card and number but parents must sign for children under the age of 12 years.
3) New members should provide identification with their Tweed address.
4) Non-residents can get a membership for $15/year.
5) Summer renters can apply for a membership for a $20 refundable deposit.
6) We have reciprocal borrowing privileges with Madoc (Centre Hastings) and Marmora Public Libraries. Materials borrowed at those libraries with your Tweed card must be returned to those libraries.
7) Members are responsible for the items they take out of the Library and for returning them on time.
8) Replacement charges apply if items are lost or damaged.
9) Overdue charges are 5 cents per day per item; $1 per day for videos.
10) Loan period is 3 weeks for all items except videos.
11) Patrons are generally allowed 4 books per person and two videos per family.


Tweed Public Library Meeting Room Policy

Meeting rooms in the library bring together the resources of the library and the activities of the community for educational, cultural, civic, recreational and charitable purposes. The meeting rooms are available to Non-Profit, Government, Private and Business (for-profit) groups by reservation request. You can download the following PDF files or visit here to fill in the on-line form.

pdfClick here to download the written meeting room request form

pdfClick here to download the meeting room policy

pdfClick here to download the meeting room set-up sheet


Grants Stimulating Local Economy Through Innovation and Collaboration


Thank-you to the Ontario Trillium Foundation for their generous support to the Municipality of Tweed - $14,000 over one year to library facilities and collection more accessible. Trilium also provides payment for our internet services and computer assistance.


Our Ontario Digital Collection


Search digital collections of libraries, archives, museums, historical societies, community groups, government agencies, and content organizations - in seconds. Information about people, places, events and objects about Ontario, and from Ontario organizations. It's easy to find photographs, maps, videos, audio recordings, government documents and other media - instantly @ your fingertips. Click Here

Ontario Youth Internships

yipThe Youth Internship program, otherwise known as YI, is a Government of Canada initiative, administered by Industry Canada, that aims to provide Canadians with affordable public access to the Internet and the skills they need to use it effectively.

olaYI helps Canadians, wherever they live, take advantage of emerging opportunities in the new global knowledge-based economy. Under YI, public locations like schools, libraries and community centres act as "on-ramps" to the Information Highway, and provide computer support and training.

Participants (youth 15-30) work as interns at YI centres throughout Canada, helpingic individuals, community organizations and small businesses improve their knowledge and effective use of the Internet and related information technologies. Specific activities include: Delivering Internet training sessions, Researching and developing Web sites, Drafting publicity materials. Organizing information fairs and special events and Providing technical support to the community access site.

Madoc and Marmora cardholders are welcome to use the Tweed Library, as we have reciprocal borrowing privileges.