Providing Library Services to Killarney-Turtle Mountain and Cartwright-Roblin
With branches in both Killarney and Cartwright Manitoba, Lakeland Regional Library is proud to offer a variety of library services to the tax payers of the Municipality of Killarney Turtle Mountain and the Cartwright Roblin Municipality.
Property owners and residents, including those paying rent, of the Municipality of Killarney-Turtle Mountain, the Cartwright Roblin Municipality; fees are paid through property taxes. (Must provide street address, section/township/range).
Adult patron status given to 16 years of age and older. Junior patron status given to patrons 15 years old and younger.
School aged children (up to grade 12) enrolled at a Killarney or Cartwright school may also be granted a membership at no charge regardless of residency. If the child does not reside in one of the funding RMs, this membership will expire upon graduation from grade 12.
There is a reciprocal borrowing agreement with the Municipality of Boissevain – Morton allowing patrons from each library borrowing privileges at the other’s library.
Monthly membership is $10.00/month/household
Twelve (12) month membership is $80.00/household
Regular loan period is 3 weeks
Magazine loan period is 3 weeks
Video and DVD loan period is 1 week
Storysack loan period is 1 week
Patron is responsible for cost of any lost or damaged items
Killarney branch offers ramp access at the backdoor where there is a buzzer should you need assistance. Our halls are clutter free and the bathroom is accessible. Cartwright offers ground level access through the rear door. Seating is available at both branches.
Please ask us about our audio and large print collections.
318 Williams Ave, Killarney Manitoba, R0K1G0
483 Veteran Drive, Cartwright Manitoba, R0K0L0
email@example.com 204-523-4949 - Killarney branch
firstname.lastname@example.org 204-529-2261 - Cartwright branch
Killarney: Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 9am-5pm; Wednesday 9am-9pm; Saturday 9am-4pm
Cartwright: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 11:30am-5pm
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Adult collection includes: fiction, non-fiction, romance, science fiction, large print, western, biography, Christian, fantasy, audio books, and eBooks. There is also a collection of 40 magazines, reference books and the Killarney Guide newspaper. The children's collection includes, easy picture books, story books, storysacks, juvenile and young adult fiction and non-fiction. Additionally there is a selection of DVD and VHS available.
Book Services for Seniors
We are pleased to offer a monthly visit to Bayside, Lakeview Garden and Royal Manor. Staff pick a selection based on residents' taste, requests, and reading history. These items can be kept until the next visit and can be renewed if not done. If you or someone you know may benefit from this service you can contact the library.
Our catalogue is available online by clicking here. If you don't find what you're looking for in our catalogue we are happy to request it from another library through the inter-library loan system of Manitoba Libraries or you can search the database yourself by clicking here. Finally, patrons of Lakeland Regional Library have access to Ebscohost. Contact the library staff for login information, and enter the website by clicking here.
Used Book Sale
We have an ongoing book sale in the basement of the library. Prices are as follows:
Hard covers or trade paperbacks are $.50 each or 3 for $1.00
Paperbacks are $.25 each or 6 for $1.00
Magazines are $.10 each
Videos or DVDs are $.50 each
Public Internet & Computer Access
The library has four computers available to the public. Library membership is not required. Effective now until December 31, 2019 there will not be a charge for usage in Killarney. Thanks to a designated donation from a generous donor.
Black and white printing and photocopying is .25 cents/page and colour is .75 cents/page.
Also if you want to scan something to a usb drive we also offer that service now at no cost.
Other Available services
A Service Canada representative comes to the library every second Wednesday 10:00am-3:00pm. Appointments available by phoning the library. Upcoming dates: April 17, May 1, 15, 29, June 12 & 26.
WCG TV Channel 12
Local history books for sale.