- 04, 2015
Virtual Tour 2 Childrens
The Lorraine Olynyk Childrens Corner contains fiction titles for children (and their parents). It is also the home of our Easy Non-fiction books and the non-fiction for Juvenile readers. We hold our weekly Friday Storytime and our monthly visit with the Playschool here. Small scale furniture, puzzles, toys and puppets make this a welcoming area for our pint-sized patrons. We have sturdy board books, hardcover and soft cover picture books, and a great selection of level readers. Storybook ki...
- 28, 2015
Virtual Tour Reference
We'll start in our Reference area. Here you will find our three public access computers and a selection of reference books. Local, Alberta, and Canadian history books, atlases, telephone books and the Library scrapbooks are located here. Government issue pamphlets and information for seniors, too. Since Reference books do not leave the library, there are two work tables nearby.
- 28, 2015
Virtual Tour Stop 1
Welcome to the Alice Melnyk Public Library! Turn left to start our virtual tour. Please take off your shoes :)
- 16, 2015
Our Regular Hours have Changed
Since our student has been lonely Wednesday nights, we have decided to switch one of our longer days. We will be open til 5:30 p.m. on THURSDAY and FRIDAY and open til 5:00 P.M. on Wednesday.
- 18, 2014
Please be advised that Freading is no longer available from TRAC. We apologize for the inconvenience. For eBooks, please use OverDrive or 3M Cloud Library.
- 24, 2014
Borrow free digital video, music, and audiobooks with your library card. 4 easy steps Get out your library card and sign up at hoopladigital.com Install the free mobile app on your iOS or Android device Log in on your mobile device or PC Browse, borrow and enjoy digital video, music and audiobooks! Borrowed titles will be automatically returned when your lending period is over
- 24, 2014
Borrow More Stuff!!!
If you are over 18, and have a library card - Register Your Library Card at melibraries.ca. This online service allows you to access materials at over 300 libraries across Alberta. For more information, go to https://melibraries.ca/help.php
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