Public Libraries - Locations and Hours
More libraries will reopen for curbside service the week of June 8: Borden-Carleton, Cornwall, Hunter River, Tignish, St. Peters, Souris, and the Bibliothèque publique Dr.-J.-Edmond-Arsenault in Charlottetown.
Beginning June 12, more libraries will reopen for curbside service: Abrams Village, Breadalbane, Georgetown, Kinkora, Montague, Mount Stewart, Murray Harbour, Tyne Valley, and the Bibliothèque publique J.-Henri-Blanchard in Summerside.
The Confederation Centre Public Library and the Summerside Rotary Library will reopen for counter service on Friday, June 12.
Items borrowed from public libraries on PEI are not due until the end of June.
There are 26 public libraries across Prince Edward Island. Public libraries are one-stop locations where you can borrow books, DVDs, and more; access the Internet; and enjoy a variety of free programs.
Confederation Centre Public Library (Charlottetown)
Bibliothèque publique Dr.-J.-Edmond-Arsenault (Charlottetown)
Government Services Library (Charlottetown)
Public Library Service Headquarters (Morell)
Bibliothèque publique J.-Henri-Blanchard (Summerside)