Activities summary


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)


2022 Fall-Winter | 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 fall :

September : The Alice Network by Kate Quinn (fr) / Cutting for stone by Abraham Verghese (ang)

October : La mariée de corail by Roxanne Bouchard (fr) / Five little indians by Michelle Good (ang)

November : La tresse by Laetitia Colombani (fr) / Where the forest meets the stars by Glendy Vanderah (ang)

December : Une très légère oscillation by Sylvain Tesson (fr) / What I Remember, What I Know by Larry Audlaluk (ang)


Clientele : Adults

Place : Library

Schedule :

2nd Wednesday of each month | 2 p.m. for the French club
3rd Wednesday of each month | 7 p.m. 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


Youth Knit Club

If you are interested in learning to knit or crochet, join the Knit-Tea Club and learn from our experienced members. Small projects will be suggested and materials will be provided. Free activity (no registration required), sporadic attendance accepted.

Clientele : Children 8 years and older | Bilingual

Location : Library

Schedule : Every Monday | 6:00 to 7:00 pm from September 12 to December 12

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


Holiday ornament making contest

Enter the library's holiday ornament contest for a chance to win a holiday basket full of surprises. A self-serve home craft kit is available for children ages 5 to 14.

For those aged 15 and older, we encourage you to make your own ornament using materials you have at home. Afterwards, come and hang it on the holiday tree. Don't forget to identify your ornament with your coordinates!

Public: All library members

Location: Library

Schedule: November 21 to December 19, 2022

One prize to be won per age category. Drawing on December 19, 2022.


Advent Calendar

When you borrow a book, take a chance to pick the mystery bell in the advent calendar pockets to win a surprise.

Clientele: 4 to 12 years old, library members

Location: Library

Schedule: December 1 to 23, 2022

One pocket per day. One entry per person per day.


Christmas show | Les grelots magiques (in French)

by Les productions Baluchon magique

Santa has a problem: his sleigh is broken and his mechanic has disappeared. Another exciting mission for his elf Pirouline. White Rabbit has seen it all: the evil fairy Racabosse, who hates Christmas, is responsible. The snow fairy, Rose-Blanche, comes to the rescue. Thanks to the magic bells, the witch becomes kind again and frees the mechanic.

A magical show

One character, the very funny Elf Pirouline, 4 puppets, 2 songs. A magical setting. Lively participation of the children. Laughter and happiness included.

Clientele : Children 2-7 years old | French

Location : Centre Harpell

Schedule : Saturday, December 3

Cost : Free for residents | $5 for non-residents

Registration : Mandatory, at the library


Holiday Crafts | Gnomes Candy Box

Making of a candy box in the shape of Christmas Gnomes.

Clientele: Children 8-12 years old

Location : Library

Schedule : Sunday, December 11, 2022| 10:00 am

Cost : Free for library members |$5 for non-members, on waiting list

Registration : Registration required at the library. Limited seating. Priority to our members.


Food exchange for a good cause

This holiday season, let’s set our sights on raising public awareness by helping those who are less fortunate in our community. With this in mind, the City of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue encourages citizens to reimburse their late fees on library book loans in exchange of non-perishable food. The donated food will be used to prepare Christmas baskets for underprivileged families. Users can bring non-perishable food to the library circulation desk equivalent to their late fee charges, and in doing so, the late fees will be cleared from their record. All citizens are invited to generously participate in this food fundraising even if they do not wish to exchange food against late fees.

Clientele: Everyone

Location: Library

Dates: November 21, 2022 to January 3, 2023


Word Tree | New Year's Environmental Resolutions

The new year is all about resolutions. For 2023, have you thought about taking action to reduce your ecological footprint? At the library we have set up a word tree so that everyone can write down the good deeds they want to do for the Earth this year. For example, for some it will be buying local, for others it will be changing their consumption habits, adopting a greener lifestyle or reducing their waste... And what will be your resolution?

Come and write your resolution on our bookmarks (100% recycled) to hang in our tree and share them with the population.

Clientele : All

Location : Library

Dates : January 1 to 31, 2023