Public Libraries - Locations and Hours

The Confederation Centre Public Library in Charlottetown is the largest public library in Prince Edward Island.

All public libraries are open for in-library browsing and limited computer use during regular hours. Physical distancing is required, and a limited number of people are permitted inside at one time.

Curbside pickup is still available for those who need it. Call ahead during regular hours to schedule a time to pick up your request. In-person programs and public seating are not available at this time.

Online collections, including downloadable ebooks and audiobooks from OverDrive, interactive children's stories from TumbleBooks, and Ancestry Library Edition, are always available.

There are 25 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.

Bibliothèque publique d'Abram-Village

Alberton Public Library

Borden-Carleton Public Library

Breadalbane Public Library

Confederation Centre Public Library (Charlottetown)

Bibliothèque publique Dr.-J.-Edmond-Arsenault (Charlottetown)

Cornwall Public Library

Crapaud Public Library

Georgetown Genevieve Soloman Memorial Library

Hunter River Memorial Library

Kensington Heritage Library

Kinkora Public Library

Montague Rotary Library

Morell Public Library

Public Library Service Headquarters (Morell)

Mount Stewart Public Library

Murray Harbour Public Library

Murray River Leona Giddings Memorial Library

O'Leary Public Library

St. Peters Public Library

Souris Public Library

Stratford Public Library

Summerside Rotary Library

Bibliothèque publique J.-Henri-Blanchard (Summerside)

Tignish Public Library

Tyne Valley Public Library

Published date: 
April 16, 2021