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Organization: Emo Public Library  
Phone Numbers: 807-482-2575
Fax: Call first 807-482-2575
Email: emolib@bellnet.ca
Website: www.emo.ca/emo-public-library
Address:
PO Box 490
Emo, ON
P0W 1E0
Street
Address
:
Emo Public Library
Jessie St S
Emo
 
Intersection: Jessie St and King St
Location: Across from the Emo Lions Park and Splash Park
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Sep-Jun: Mon, Wed, Fri 1 pm- 5 pm * Tue 10 am-7 pm * Thu 1 pm-7 pm * Sat 10 am-2 pm
Jul-Aug: Mon-Wed 1 pm-5 pm * Tue 10 am-7 pm * Thu 1 pm-7 pm
Executives: Kathleen Leek - Chief Executive Officer and Librarian
krleek@hotmail.com
Katharine Nugent - Assistant Librarian
Service Description: Offers public library services

Located across from the Emo Lions Park and Splash Park on Jessie St near King St

Provides a wide variety of services and loans out various items including the following:
  • Books, magazines, and audio-visual material (DVDs, CDs, audio books), obituary file, genealogy collection, periodicals, e-books, video games
  • Faxing, photocopying, scanning and printing of documents
  • Internet and wireless access
  • Home services and services to institutions
  • Information service
  • Material available through inter-library loan
  • Reference and research help

Offers a variety of age appropriate programs and services. Call for more information on programs and services available at this location. Examples include:
  • Computer Classes
  • Story Time

Community Access Program (CAP) North 1 Network
  • Provides individuals with public access to the Internet and the skills they need to use it effectively
  • Plays a crucial role in bridging the digital divide
  • Contributes to the foundation for electronic access to government services
  • Encourages online learning and literacy
  • Fosters the development of community based infrastructure
  • Promotes Canadian e-commerce
  • Other services available include faxing, photocopying, scanning and printing of documents

Fees: Service - Non resident membership fees apply
Application: Call or visit the library for membership information
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Membership required to borrow items
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
Rainy River District  
See Also: Libraries and Resource Centres

This information was last completely updated on March 20, 2017

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