Métis-sur-Mer Bilingual Public Library

Library130 rue Principale, Métis-sur-Mer
t: 418-936-3239  OR  1 855 936-3239 (toll free) ext. 224

Your Library is open 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Friday, 7 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday evenings and every Saturday morning from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

Membership to the library is free and gives you access to many great resources:

Books
The library offers members choice from more than 7000 books, half of which are in English. Furthermore, as the library is a member of the Réseau Biblio, you can look at our books, which are all available via your public library wherever you are across the region, and request any that catch your eye: online library catalog. This also means that if you are not in Métis-sur-Mer, you can request English-language books through your local public library.

English Health & Well-Being Collection
We have built a special health & well-being collection, boasting more than 1000 titles and available at our library, via special request at any of the region’s public libraries, or on site at the Mont-Joli, Matane and Rivière-du-Loup libraries (RDL: summer 2017). If you cannot find what you are looking for with regards to health and well-being, just ask us! We’ll gladly order it for you!

COMING SOON: English Health & Well-Being Ebooks and English E-novels
In partnership with Réseau BIBLIO BSL, we bring you health & well-being and novels in ebooks form: coming soon at pretnumerique.ca, a free regional ebook rental site for any Réseau BIBLIO BSL public library member.

Storytelling
Storytellers are invited to bring children’s books to life, in English and French – every October, we partner with the Festival des Grandes Gueules in Trois-Pistoles, to bring you a talented English-speaking storyteller.

Exhibition collections
The library hosts temporary collections on different themes – perfect for people looking to find out more about their favorite topic or to discover something new.

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Free health workshops in English are run in conjunction with McGill University in Montreal through the videoconferencing system in the library. Talk to health professionals about issues that concern you without the language barrier. The se conferences are available in Metis-sur-Mer and in Rimouski (*NEW*June 2017).

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Other resources
The library offers a collection of DVDs. Library users also have access to a free WIFI connection and there is a computer you can use on site.

For more information about past and upcoming activities, check out Library Events.