Events

  • Mar31

    Story Time

    Join us for this fun preschool program where we will help you build early literacy skills with your child by reading, talking, singing and playing together. Adults must stay for the program.

  • Apr03

    Drop-In LEGO: Imagination Station

    Drop-in to the Tiverton Branch on Mondays for open time to play with LEGO and other building toys. 

  • Apr17

    Drop-In LEGO: Imagination Station

    Drop-in to the Tiverton Branch on Mondays for open time to play with LEGO and other building toys. 

  • Apr24

    Drop-In LEGO: Imagination Station

    Drop-in to the Tiverton Branch on Mondays for open time to play with LEGO and other building toys. 

  • May01

    Drop-In LEGO: Imagination Station

    Drop-in to the Tiverton Branch on Mondays for open time to play with LEGO and other building toys. 

  • May08

    Drop-In LEGO: Imagination Station

    Drop-in to the Tiverton Branch on Mondays for open time to play with LEGO and other building toys. 

  • May15

    Drop-In LEGO: Imagination Station

    Drop-in to the Tiverton Branch on Mondays for open time to play with LEGO and other building toys. 

  • May22

    Drop-In LEGO: Imagination Station

    Drop-in to the Tiverton Branch on Mondays for open time to play with LEGO and other building toys. 

  • May29

    Drop-In LEGO: Imagination Station

    Drop-in to the Tiverton Branch on Mondays for open time to play with LEGO and other building toys. 

  • Jun05

    Drop-In LEGO: Imagination Station

    Drop-in to the Tiverton Branch on Mondays for open time to play with LEGO and other building toys. 

About this Library

So what is there to discover?

The first library, or “Mechanics Institute” in Tiverton was a rented room in the Masonic Hall in 1891. Mr. Miller, principal of Tiverton Public School, was hired as librarian for $8 per quarter. From 1921 to 1979, the Tiverton Branch Library shared a location with the Tiverton Women’s Institute. The branch became part of the Bruce County Co-operative Library Association in 1945. The present building at 56 King Street opened in 1983.

  • The Stacks
  • Children's Books

Amenities

Library Features

  • Bike Rack
  • Black & White Printing
  • Book Return
  • Exam Proctoring
  • Faxing
  • Free Parking
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Geocaching Kits
  • LCD Projector
  • Photocopying
  • Public Use Computers

Accessibility

  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Accessible Parking
  • Accessible Ramp
Children's Area

Become a Member

If you are a Bruce County Resident, you can become a member free of charge by completing a library card application at any of our 17 Branch Library locations.

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