Have you recently visited your local branch of the Annapolis Valley Regional Library? If not, you might be surprised by the content and services provided by a library near you. We have eleven branches located throughout the Valley, hence free and exciting reading as well as viewing and listening opportunities are always close to home.
We know that you enjoy stories not only
from the pages of books, but also from your electronic devices including smart
phones, e-readers and tablets, mp3 players, and even TV and game consoles.
With nothing but your library card you can
have access to our ever expanding collection of audio books, available in both
CD and mp3 formats. These make a
fantastic companion on long drives or quiet afternoons at home.
For those reading on the go we now carry an
expansive collection of eBooks and e-magazines that can be borrowed for your
e-reader much like a normal book. Simply search for what you're looking for and
download it to your device. The book
will automatically be removed after the expiry date, no late fees! Your library card even gives you access to
popular movies and video-games. Save money on expensive rentals and borrow ours
Your local library also
has free programming and events for toddlers, school-aged children, teens and
adults. We have something for everyone
in your family. Have your children
signed up for the summer reading club in past years? At the end of the school year, sign up. You can win prizes and at the completion of
the reading assignments receive a free fast-pass to Upper Clements Park.
Accessibility is also important to us. If you
have difficulty reading regular print, chances are we have a large print copy
available. If you need help accessing content on computer, phone or tablet we
can certainly assist with that too.
Your local libraries strive to remain vital members of your communities.
We're constantly searching for ways of providing the best service to our
patrons and ensuring that everyone has access to a diverse selection of
educational content and entertainment. So please come visit soon and let us
know what we can check out for you.
Post by Twila Thibodeau, clerk at the Rosa M. Harvey Middleton and Area Library.