Public Library

General Information

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Our Giving Tree celebrates donations to the library!

Mission Statement

The Whitestone Hagerman Memorial Public Library is dedicated to offering a full range of materials, programs and services that advance the personal growth, life-long learning and recreational interests of its community.
 

The Library is open at the following times:

Tuesday: 12:00pm to 8:00pm
Wednesday: 12:00pm to 5:00pm
Thursday: 10:00am to 5:00pm
Friday: 12:00pm to 5:00pm
(from Victoria Day to Labour Day weekend)
Saturday: 10:00am to 2:00pm
 
 

The Library Staff:

Library Administrator: Lori Guillemette
Library Clerks: Michelle Stiles, Gail Hoskins, Kali Gigas
Summer Children's Programme
Co-ordinator and Page:

Lauren Tarkington
 
   


Donations

The Library is happy to accept donations of gently used books, CD's, DVDs, tourist pamphlets, maps and travel brochures. However, we cannot accept books that have been marked with highlighters or pen, soiled books or books with pages or sections missing. Donations may be dropped off at the Library.

Donated materials are added to the Library's collection when appropriate. Some replace missing titles while others provide additional copies of popular materials. Donated materials not added to the collection go on the sale shelves and help generate revenues for the Library.
 

Looking to Volunteer?

Do you have a skill or talent that you'd be willing to share with the community? We are always looking for volunteers to assist with programming, events, and day to day activities within the library. If you would like to become an ongoing volunteer for the Whitestone - Hagerman Memorial Public Library, please complete the Volunteer Application (below) and the Accessible Customer Service Quiz (below). If you are interested in becoming an occasional volunteer at one of our events please fill out our Occasional Volunteer Form.  
 
Completing an application:
Volunteers must be over the age of 13. Parental consent is required for volunteers under the age of 18. 
You can email, fax, or drop off your application in person.