Programming Policy: Programming supports the Library’s mission to stimulate imagination and inquiry. Programming provides information, invites public discussion, encourages curiosity and creativity and promotes literacy and reading. Programming also promotes the library’s services and resources. This policy defines the provision of programming at the Library.
The Stirling-Rawdon Public Library always has plenty of things happening each month. Below are our recurring programs. Please go to our Events Calendar for upcoming events and times.
Ontario Parks Parking Pass
First come, first serve and can be checked out for 7 days with your library card! No holds or renewals at this time and overdue fines are $5 a day.
Quinte Conservation Area Parking Pass
After School Clubs
Drop into the library at 4pm during the school year for our after school clubs! Each week is a different activity. Everyone welcome. No registration required.
- Lego Club: 1st Wednesday of the month. A different Lego challenge each month
- Kids Craft Night: 2nd Wednesday of the month. Make something unique that you can take home.
- Games Club: 3rd Wednesday of the month. Play card games, like Pokemon or Yu-Gi-Oh, or board games. Bring your own or play what is available at the library.
Stirling Library Book club
Meets the first Thursday of the Month at 1pm. New members welcome. Read the book of your choice then come to the library to discuss it with others.
Good Food Box/Good Baby Box
The Stirling-Rawdon Public Library is a depot for the Good Food Box and Good Baby Box programs. This program is run by Community Development Council of Quinte. This is not a food bank, and does not compete with the local food bank. It allows people to stretch their dollar by purchasing various sizes of boxes of produce and order baby formula and other baby items. Click here for delivery dates.
The Good Food Box
Established in 1995, the Good Food Box (GFB) Program provides fresh, healthy and nutritious fruits and vegetable to hundreds of individuals and families each year. For a nominal fee, participants pay for a Good Food Bag. The box is packed through our main office located in Belleville and shipped to depots throughout Hastings & Prince Edward Counties. The GFB helps families stretch their food dollar, reduce their food costs and meet the nutritional needs of themselves and family members.
The Good Baby Box
Established in 1999, the Good Baby Box (GBB) Program is based on the premise that healthy babies become healthy children. This program provides the opportunity for families of infants and toddlers to access healthy, nutritious foods early in life. For a nominal fee, participants can purchase formula, diapers, and baby food on a weekly basis. Depots are located throughout Hastings & Prince Edward County’s so families can access the program in their own community. To register, please complete the appropriate form on our Forms page.