General Information

For information and registration (if required) : 514 457-1940

Cost : Free with membership card, $5 without membership card (priority to residents and members)


Activities summary


Spring 2023 | Book Club

Members meet after reading a common book and discuss their impressions. Interested parties should sign up at the library.

Literary program for the spring:

March: L'île aux arbres disparus by Elif Shafak (fr) / What I remember what I know by Larry Audlaluk (ang)

April: Là où je me terre by Caroline Dawson (fr) / The vanishing half by Brit Bennett (ang)

May: Mille soleils splendides de Khaled Hosseini (fr) / Women talking by Miriam Toews (ang)

June: Le cantique des innocents de Donna Leon (fr) / The dictionary of lost words by Pip Williams (ang)

Clientele: Adults
Location: Library

  • 2nd Wednesday of each month | 2:00 pm for the French club
  • 3rd Wednesday of each month | 7:00 pm for the English club

Knit-Tea Club

To knit in good company, crochet or make any type of craft, and exchange your knowledge in the field or simply to have a good time, bring your needles, your wool and join us for tea! No materials provided.

Clientele : Adults | Bilingual

Location : Library

Schedule : Every Monday | from 6 to 8 p.m. starting September 12

Cost : Free for members, $5 for non-members


Insect hotel in collaboration with the Ecomuseum Zoo

The insect hotel, also known as an insect nesting box, is a device that aims to facilitate the survival of insects and arachnids, particularly in ecosystems where pollination and biodiversity are sought after. The Ecomuseum team has installed a nesting box in front of our library and offers a filling activity as well as an introduction to the subject. Registration required, space is limited. Outdoor activity.

Clientele: Children 6-12 years old | Bilingual

Location: Library

Schedule: Sunday, May 28 | 1 p.m.


Surprise jar "How many are there?"

Find the mystery number of Easter Eggs in the jar in the library. Whoever gets closest to the correct answer will win the jar! To enter, visit the library. The draw will be held on April 6 at 6 p.m.

Patron: All library members.

Location: Library

Schedule: March 20 to April 6, according to opening hours


Drawing contest | Easter egg

When you borrow a book from the library, you can win an Easter chocolate! We will give you a drawing sheet to complete at home and to be eligible for the draw, simply bring your drawing to the library before April 6. The draw will be held on April 6 at 6 p.m.

Clientele: Children aged 3 to 16, library members

Location: Library

Schedule: March 20 to April 6, according to opening hours


Easter | DIY craft home kit

Come and get a kit to reproduce the funny chicks craft with your family from the comfort of your home.
Kits available while supplies last.

Clientele: Children 4-12 years old |Bilingual

Location: Library

Schedule: during our opening hours


Celebrate World Book & Copyright Day

Borrow a book, receive a flower. Limited quantity, be quick! One flower per family.

Location: Library

Time: Sunday, April 23, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.