Would you like to increase your skills and comfort with technology? The library offers small group learning
sessions that provide the building blocks to digital learning.
Please register in advance.
As part of Truth and Reconciliation, we invite the community for storytelling and remembering with Priscilla Yellowhead Tobey.
Barry Robinson will be discussing his new book “A Seagull Named Papa” – an inspiring, fascinating and immersive read that will change the way you see yourself and the world.
Explore how to stay safe online as we work through this Linkedin Learning course together. Topics included are: secure your computer, secure internet browsing, stay safe on the internet and protect your privacy online.
Can’t decide what to read? Come hear about some of our current favorite titles and find out how to find the perfect book!
Join us this PA Day for some spooky fun! Make a spooky house and monster faces, listen to stories, sing some songs and pin the legs on the spider! Please register to ensure there are enough materials available! Ages 5+
About this Library
So what is there to discover?
In 1929, Henry E. Bodman and Harlow N. Davock, both of Detroit, chose this site and built a log cabin. They presented the cabin to Tobermory as the public library. The cabin measured 24 x 36 feet and was built from rocks and logs. The ceiling was made from British Columbia Fir, two inches thick, tongued and grooved and supported by old fashioned cross beams. The cabin was furnished and a large fireplace of rugged stone was built at one end. The building became a free public library with Mr. Weir Grieve as its first librarian.
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.Find Out More