|Record #: PIC0067||Last Modified: 09 Jan 2018||Last Full Update: 08 Jan 2018|
|Where To Find Us||
Town Hall Building
40 Water St, 2nd Flr
Pictou, NS B0K 1H0
|Areas Served||Braeshore ; Caribou ; Durham ; Pictou ; Scotsburn ; Three Brooks|
|Contact||Bonnie Allan, Branch Assistant; Email: email@example.com|
|Alternate Contact||Jess Davey, Branch Manager & Manager of Web Services; Phone: 902-755-6031|
|Mailing Address||c/o Pictou Public Library
PO Box 622
40 Water St
Pictou, NS B0K 1H0
|Description & Services|
|Information||One of our larger branches, the Pictou Library is located downtown Pictou on Water Street, upstairs in the Town Council Building (2nd floor). The Pictou Library is a wireless hotspot (WIFI) with access to high speed Internet.
We offer a full range of free services and access to the resources of all Nova Scotia public libraries.
Books for all ages and interests, reference, large print book, DVDs/videos, magazines, audiobooks, Playaways, downloadable audiobooks, ebooks and emagazines, online databases& instructional programs (such as Ancestry.ca, Rocket Languages, Chilton's Library) and more.
Pictou Library also includes the Bud White Collection. A collection of various materials relating to the history of Pictou County and Nova Scotia in general. This material is for reference use only and must be used in the Library.
Programming, Reader's advisory, reference, inter-library loan, Internet access, public computer workstations, a laptop, scanner, photocopier, printer, GPS, family play packs, and Nordic walking poles. Instructional tours available upon request.
A 24-hour book-drop is available near the rear entrance of the Library.
Library Programs: :
All library programs are offered free of charge, although space is limited – so please call the Library for more information, and to register (902-485-5021). These regular library programs are offered through the fall until the spring (from September – June) while over the summer months, special programming (such as the Summer Reading Clubs for children) is offer. Throughout the year, special programs are also offered such as workshops, and presentations on a variety of topics. For more information, please visit our webpage, www.parl.ns.ca .
Children’s & Youth programs -
- ABCs for Babies (ages 0 –15 months), on Thursdays at 10:30am
- ToddleTimes (ages 15 months – 3 years), on Tuesdays at 10:30am
- Preschool Storytimes (ages 3-5 years), on Wednesdays at 10:30am
- Imagination Saturdays, every week from 10:30 am to 4:00pm
Adult programs -
- Book Clubs, the 2nd Thursday at 7:00pm, and the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7:00pm
- Knitting & Crocheting Circle, a 'drop-in' weekly program held Thursdays at 3:00pm.
Meeting & Community Room
The Pictou-Antigonish Regional Library Board will provide non-profit groups with meeting space free of charge in the Program Room, when not in use for library activities. These meetings are to be of a non-fund raising, non-revenue generating nature. The Board reserves the right to accept or reject requests for the use of meeting space. Please call ahead for availability.
Tuesday: 10:00am - 9:00pm
Wednesday: 10:00am - 5:00pm
Thursday: 10:00am - 9:00pm
Friday: 10:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am - 5:00pm
|Accessibility||Partially Wheelchair Accessible ; A ramp is located at the back of the building that enters directly onto the 2nd floor of the building (to the library entrance), from the rear parking lot. The book return drop is also located along side this ramp.|
|Tags||Active Living ; After School Programs ; All abilities welcome ; All Things Trails ; Book clubs ; Classes/courses ; Community Organizations ; Cultural ; Fall Programs ; Family-friendly ; Festivals/Events ; For women & girls ; Free equipment loan ; Geocaching ; Guided Tours ; Health ; Highland Connect ; Inclusion & Access ; Indoor play space ; Learn To Programs (introductory level) ; Library ; Personal Development ; Recreation Capacity ; Recreation Categories ; Recreation Facilities ; Seniors ; Special Interest ; Spring Programs ; Storytime ; Summer Programs ; Support Programs ; Supportive Environments ; Tourism ; Visual Arts ; Walking ; Winter Programs ; Youth|