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STAGE 3: ENTRY AND USAGE
We are now in Stage 3 of Ontario’s Framework for Reopening our Province. Patrons can currently enter the building, browse items, and use computers (at a 30-minute time limit) with faxing/scanning/printing available, too! A maximum of twenty-five patrons are allowed in the building at one time. PPE and hand-sanitizing is required upon entry. Please follow all guidelines as posted in the library. Thank you for your continued understanding in keeping your public space safe for everyone!
Our new modified hours are as follows:
Fridays & Saturdays 10-3
For more information, check out the
Covid19 Update page
JOB OPPORTUNITIES @ BUPL!
BUPL is currently seeking to fill TWO Library Assistant positions: circulation
. Please click respective links to see full job descriptions!
SAT SEP 19TH- POP-UP PARKING LOT PARTY WITH SEARSON & GUESTS!
Due to C-word restrictions, we will not be hosting our annual BUPL Rocks concert fundraiser this year (insert sad face). Instead, we've decided to host an outdoor pop-up concert in our parking lot!
We've managed to line-up Eganville's sweethearts Searson (OMG!!) alongside opening acts Steve Agnew, and Cody & Schroeder!
Eganville's Finest will be here with their food truck, and we've got some cool swag sponsorship from Whitewater Brewery!
This is a socially distant event, so we ask that everyone respect spacing, bring their own chairs, and stick to your own bubbles! Limited entry of 100 people will be permissible.
We ask that if you can walk to the event, please do. Otherwise, parking at the Tourist Information Booth, the clinic parking lot (below the library) and around the perimeter of Maple and Wallace Streets, without blocking any driveways, are appreciated.
Entry will take place up the walkway alongside our library gardens, with a $10 fee payable upon arrival. All proceeds go directly to BUPL. This is an accessible event.
Thank you for your continued support in keeping us a vital part of your community!
See poster here!
Join the Facebook event here!
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FALL IN LOVE WITH YOUR COMMUNITY PROGRAM!
The Bonnechere Union Public Library is branching off from our summer “Staycation” video program with an autumn version called “FALL in love with your community!” Stay tuned, starting in October, as we visit with different local establishments and attractions! First up is the NAW Fire Hall during Fire Prevention Week on October 8th at noon!
BUPL's "Staycation" summer series was a hit! Our wonderful summer student Mackenzie put together this short trailer
for your viewing pleasure! Share wide, and tune in for our branch-off program starting this October entitled Fall in Love with Your Community
NEW! NO STRESS KITS
We are now offering No Stress Mental Health Kits to help you engage in mindfulness and self-care during these strange, and often stressful, times. Kits are available for children and adults. A complete list of materials that are to be kept and returned are listed, so you don't have to worry! Stop-in to see the display or put a hold on your kit today!
DIGITAL LIBRARY AND RESOURCES
Access eBooks, AudioBooks and a plethora of eResources via our Reference Source page HERE
! From career and job searches and health and wellness, to genealogy and resources just for kids, there's something for everyone!
NEW! ONLINE MEMBERSHIPS
The library doors may be closed but our online services are still available to our patrons. Until we re-open we are offering online membership applications! See the get a library card section
of the library services page to learn more!
You can access our BUPL information pamphlet
. (This is what you'd get when you sign-up in person!)
LIBRARY GARDENS & LITTLE FREE PANTRY
Library gardens are open! All kinds of free and edible parishables are popping up! Look for the "Pick Me" signs to know what's ready to pick.
The Little Free Pantry is still open for public use, but for your safety, we ask only a few things:
1. Take what you want, leave what you can.
2. DO NOT add sharp items or substances.
3. Take at your own risk!
Thank you for your cooperation! Stay safe and healthy!
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us your reviews of the books you've read and we'll put them on the website so everyone else can benefit from your experience!