All patrons (users of the library) are required to provide their proper address, telephone number and email address in order to acquire a library membership card. Should a patron’s contact information change, it is the responsibility of the patron to notify the library of such changes.
Wikwemikong Public Library offers specialized programming at various times throughout the year. Some of these programs may include:
- Story Time for ages 1-4 yrs
- Exploring the Internet
These programs funded through OFNLP. For more information about these and other programs, please, contact the librarian.
Printing services are available at the library. A fee of 25 cents per page will be charged to all library patrons.
Celebrations & Special Events
First Nations Public Library Week is celebrated every year during the second week of February. Various activities are held throughout the week long event, in honour of First Nation Public Libraries across Ontario.
First Nation Communities Read is an annual program that honours First Nation authors and illustrators in children’s and adult literature. This event is celebrated every year throughout the week of National Aboriginal Day.
This year’s honored title is Spirit Bear, written by Jennifer Harrington and illustrated by Michael Arnott.
This service provided by lending libraries across Ontario, and enables patrons to borrow books from another library if specific material is not available in the Wikwemikong Library.
The library lends a wide variety of fiction, and non-fiction books, as well as DVD’s, CDs, and audio books for all ages. The Library’s collection can be accessed through our website: www.olsn.ca/wpl
Hours & Locations
Wikwemikong First Nation
34-A Henry Street
closed daily 12:30 to 1:00