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Summer Student Job Posting

We are hiring for Summer 2023! Seeking a Summer Program Coordinator who will be in charge of facilitating summer programming, maintaining the local history department, and assisting with library duties!

Applications must be 15-30 years of age and will be returning to full-time studies in the fall.

Deadline June 1st, 2023


TD Summer Reading Club

Check This Out! Join Canada’s biggest, bilingual summer reading program this summer for kids of all ages, all interests, and all abilities. This free program is co-created and delivered by more than 2,000 public libraries across Canada.  It celebrates Canadian authors, illustrators and stories. It’s designed to inspire kids to explore the fun of reading their way – the key to building a lifelong love of reading.

Registration Opens June 12th

Pride Parade

Pride Month

This month is dedicated to everyone embracing who they are and being proud of all the wonderful qualities that make each of us special and unique in this world!  

Celebrate all month long!

Quick Links


Online Catalogue

Search Online

Search for titles in our online catalogue. We are adding exciting new titles everyday, so keep a look out! Download items, manage your account, and find suggested reading instantly!

Library Books

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Sign up for a library card, gain quick and easy to access your local library’s catalogue, materials and technology. One visit will get you thinking....


CBC Corner Portal

For everyone of all ages

Your library and CBC/Radio-Canada have partnered to offer you this one-of-a-kind portal to discover unique Canadian and local content including news, TV and radio shows, podcasts, kids content, a language learning app and much more!

Weekly Programs
For All Ages!

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Alphabet StoryTime

Tuesday Mornings @ 10:30am

Babies, toddlers & parents, join us as we read through the alphabet with storytime, snacks and activities! Volunteer readers are always welcome, if you are interested, contact us today!

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Zines with Anne-Marie

Thursdays 4:00pm - 6:00pm

Join Anne-Marie every Thursday for an introduction to zines! We will be learning what zines are, how to make them, and make our own! 


Dungeons & Dragons

Saturday Mornings @ 10:30am

Guide your heroes through quests for treasure, battles with deadly foes, daring rescues, courtly intrigue, and much more. Join us every Saturday morning for D&D, space is limited!

Call to sign up!

Community Partners

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Friends of the Library Group

We are a voluntary, non-profit organization established to promote, enhance and extend the programs, services and facilities of our Library.


Armour, Ryerson & Burk's Falls Agricultural Society

The Society held its first fall fair in a log schoolhouse which also doubled as a church and meeting hall, located on High Street, Burk's Falls, October 1881. Since then, they have been continuing to host annual fall fairs at the Burk's Falls Fair Grounds, with fun activities and contests!


Burk's Falls & District Historical Society

The Village of Burk's Falls and the Townships of Armour and Ryerson are recognized as communities with a deep heritage connection and are proud of the historical attractions that draws visitors from the region and beyond.


The Burk's Falls Art and Crafts Club Arts Centre

The Arts Centre is a gallery showcasing the art of members of the Burk's Falls Art and Crafts Club. We have worked with the Arts Centre through our junior program, The Artists Library resulting in beautiful works of art from our young patrons!

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Do you enjoy reading and discussing great books with like-minded friends? The Burk's Falls Public Library Book Club was formed just for you! Meetings are held monthly. Books are fairly nominated amongst all members. Join and enrich your literature experience!

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