Pilot Butte, SK
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We also have a free mini library located next to the Pilot Butte Post Office!
|Tuesday||Closed||1:00 pm - 4:30 pm||5:00 pm - 8:00 pm|
|Wednesday||9:00 am - 12:00 pm||1:00 pm - 5:00 pm||Closed|
|Thursday||Closed||1:00 pm - 4:30 pm||5:00 pm - 8:00 pm|
|Friday||9:00 am - 12:00 pm||1:00 pm - 5:00 pm||Closed|
|Sunday||Closed||1:00 pm - 4:00 pm||Closed|
Closed statutory holidays.
Librarian: Connie LaRonge-Mohr
Assistant Librarian: Tianna Chorney
Assistant Librarian: Tina Szeles
Dancing, singing and more! Similar to Tick Tock Time just a new name! Parents and pre-school children are invited to attend Get Funky Friday’s at 10:00 am. An interactive program for parents and preschool children with songs and rhymes all free of charge.
Parents, caregivers and preschool children are invited to attend our story time on Wednesday mornings at 10:00. Stories and craft are free of charge.
Join us at the Pilot Butte Library, bring your camera, manual and any pictures you would like to share. We take photos and share ideas on how to improve. Anyone that loves photography is welcome.
The Pilot Butte Book Club meets once a month on a Tuesday night at the Library at 7 pm. The Southeast Regional Library sends ten (10) copies of a book pre-chosen by the club, everyone reads it and comes back together for discussion. The club provides an opportunity for the members to read books to which they might not otherwise have been exposed. There have been some terrific choices – All the Light We Cannot See; Behind the Beautiful Forever’s; the 100 foot Journey; A Thousand Splendid Suns; An Astronaut’s Guide to the Universe – some less terrific choices and books where the members have enjoyed a lively debate with some liking the selection and others finding it not to their taste. There have books that make you yawn, books that irritate you, books that tickle your funny bone, books that make you think, and books that tear your heart out. We have been armchair travelers to China, India, Iran, France, and America. We’ve time-travelled to Saskatchewan in the 1920s, to Europe during the World Wars, and been on the road in America in the 50s and after a nuclear devastation.
In addition to discussions of the selected books, the members enjoy having other members recommend books or authors they have read which are not on the list.
If you love to read like we love to read this club is a great forum for discovering new treasures and sharing old ones. We would be pleased to have you join us. Please contact Librarian Connie LaRonge-Mohr for information on how to open up your world.
Pilot Butte Library not only has books and periodicals, books on CD, DVDs and computers available for web access, research or word processing and printing. Costs is 0.20 grayscale.
Point your browser to www.southeastlibrary.ca to access more than 7,000 full text magazines and newspapers, adult, youth and children’s e-books, audio books and Tumblebook Graphic Novels online. These include health, consumer, student helps, children’s information and more.
The Southeast Regional Library system has entered into a province-wide library system. To obtain a library card, you will need to present 2 pieces of ID, one of which must show your current Saskatchewan address. A child under the age of 14 wishing to obtain a card must be accompanied by a parent/guardian when registering. Parent/guardian must sign for child and also provide their own ID.
100 items total per patron including: books up to the 100 limit, DVD and Videos 20, audio books 30, new release/popular items 5.
Renewals will be permitted twice on any item except if it is on hold. Patrons can renew any material belonging to any location at any location.
Late charges are no longer applied however lost charges still apply.
Replacement costs for lost/damaged items will be based on the value of the item.
Patrons will be notified about overdue items by an automated message system, either e-mail, if submitted, phone or mail. 1st notice after the due date. 2nd notice 17 days after due date. Billing notice 31 days after due date (by mail only).
Borrowing privileges are suspended when a patron has $10.00 or more in charges against his/her card. The charges may result from lost or damaged items and processing fees. Privileges may be restored when charges are paid.
Library cards are free. If you lose your card a replacement will cost $3.00.
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