If you’re interested in learning about Stirling-Rawdon’s history, check out our local history database, Stirling-Rawdon Past & Present, and follow us on our library Facebook page for Throwback Thursday posts every Thursday for fun little tidbits about Stirling’s history, like the following…
After nearly 100 years Train No. 93 made its last run from Belleville to Toronto via Stirling and Peterborough in 1962. At the height of the railway’s popularity in Stirling in the 1930s there were 4 passenger trains arriving each day, operating between Belleville and Lindsay. ~Stirling News Argus, February 6, 1962
Our next Library Board meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, January 19, 2021 at 6pm via Zoom. Contact the library for the Meeting ID and Passcode if you wish to join.
Letter Art Challenge Take & Make Kits now available! Request one for curbside pickup today! While supplies last
This year we’re promoting Family Literacy a little differently! Request a Mystery Letter Bag for curbside pickup. Contest runs January 5th to 30th
While supplies last, request a Take & Make Kit for curbside pickup!
Do you like free books? Every Friday in January and February we’re having a giveaway!
Comment on the Facebook posts to be entered into a random draw to win! We have a selection of books to choose from if you are the lucky winner!
Family Literacy Day takes place every January 27th to raise awareness about the importance of reading and engaging in other literacy-related activities as a family. Since we aren’t able to do an in-person event this year at the library we thought we would share some literacy tips throughout the month of January. Literacy is important at any age so we’ve included tips for Parents, children, toddlers and teens!
This is subject to change and we will update you with more information as we know it. Thank you for your continued patience and co-operation!