Our next session of OWLS Tutoring runs November 9 – December 18.
Registration opens on November 1.


“Your Plastic Footprint” – Upcoming Author Talk with Rachel Salt

“Your Plastic Footprint” – Upcoming Author Talk with Rachel Salt

We are pleased to host Rachel Salt to discuss her book Your Plastic Footprint: The Facts About Plastic Pollution and What You Can Do to Reduce Your Footprint. This virtual author talk will take place Wednesday, September 29, at 7:00 pm on Zoom.  In her presentation,...

OWLS Tutoring registration now open

OWLS Tutoring registration now open

The library’s tutors return this fall with free, weekly one hour sessions for students in kindergarten to grade 8. OWLS Tutoring sessions are 6-8 weeks, starting Sept 14, and are available Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 4-7pm, and Saturday from 10am- 1pm.


Digital Library Services

Our digital services are available 24/7. Click here for access!


What should I read next?

We’ve got book reviews, lists, or you can ask us directly for help finding your next great read!

Land Acknowlegement Statement

The Perth and District Union Public Library acknowledges that it is situated on land that is the traditional territory of the Algonquin Anishinaabeg People.

Read the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Calls to Action | Final Report of the TRC | Spirit Bear’s Guide to the TRC Calls to Action (youth-friendly)| Library Indigenous Respect and Acknowledgement Declaration

National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation | Residential School History | National Residential School Crisis Line 1-866-925-4419

Learn more about Indigenous histories and contemporary issues via the University of Alberta’s online course Indigenous Canada  | Montreal Urban Aboriginal Community Strategy Network’s Indigenous Ally Toolkit 

The mission of the Perth & District Union Public Library is to provide access to information and reading resources in an open and welcoming environment, thus supporting and improving the community’s quality of life.

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