SNPL has an astounding history which begins even before we opened our doors in the Spring of 1968. We are happy to be providing better collections and service every year.
Friends of SNPL
As a Registered Charity, the Foundation exists to support the efforts of the Six Nations Public Library, the SNPL Board, and the initiatives, programs and services of the staff of SNPL.
PL subscribes to several E-Resources thanks to both the Six Nations Community Development Trust and an Ontario Ministry of Tourism and Culture’s provincial investment in public libraries of $15 Million.
Find a Book
Have you ever tried to find a book to read and been overwhelmed? We are here to help. Our catalogue will allow you to search by author, title, subject and even key words.
Our kids programming is available to assist with homework help and introduce youth to the joys of reading. We also have access to numerous resources for kids including Tumble Books and Pebble Go. Read more
We offer monthly programming for our Teens and Tweens including our advisory council which allows our youth to make recommendations on SNPL programming. Read more
Our Seniors’ page is designed as a one stop shop for many issues our elder population may be interested in. We encourage you to look at the Find a Book and Library Resources pages as they also have more general interest materials and links. Read more
- Movie Series
- Game Nights
- History Circle
- TD Summer Reading Club
- Adult Reading Series
- Youth Reading Club
The Tween Advisory Group is a community service project where tweens (age 13-15) can come together and make recommendations for the future of SNPL. Special workshops and activities will be planned by you for the benefit of our community and people your age. Counts for Volunteer Hours. Meets the 1st Friday of the month October through May. Register Now at firstname.lastname@example.org We only have 10 PC spaces, but can take more when laptops are available.
The Teen Advisory Group is a community service project where teens (age 16-19) can come together and make recommendations for the future of SNPL. Special workshops and activities will be planned by you for the benefit of our community and people your age. Counts for Volunteer Hours. Meets the 1st Monday of the month October through May. Register Now at email@example.com We only have 10 PC spaces, but can take more when laptops are available.
Our Matinee series is a licensed showing of classic and new releases that are family friendly. Movies are shown on the 3rd and 4th Saturdays of the month at 1:00pm throughout the year and are publicized on our Facebook page and in-house. Bring Your Own Popcorn! Requests for specific movies are welcome.
“Adult Movie Series”
The Adult Series includes documentaries, Native Film nominations, classic movies and other movies which are of interest to our community. Requests are always welcome. Check with the Circulation Desk for dates, times and schedules.
Classic Movie Series
This series includes classic films, often black and white, and are some of our favourites. Bring your popcorn and join us for an oldie by goodie on the 2nd Thursday of the month. Evening showings are publicized on our Facebook and in-house. Requests are always welcome. The May 2014 movie is Rabbit-Proof Fence
Are you looking for an evening of fun or challenges. Our game nights are an all age event. We will be offering Chess, Checkers, Scrabble, and our favourite Board Games. You may also want to start a Bridge or other friendly card game group. You may bring your own supplies or use ours. Game nights are held throughout the year.
Our newest addition to the SNPL regular program schedule is the History Circle. We meet at 2pm on the 3rd Tuesday of the month in our second floor Boardroom. This Circle is open to anyone who has an interest in talking about or learning about our local history. Participants are encouraged to bring pictures or documents to share with the group or with the Library for digitization.
TD Summer Reading Club
SNPL is a TD SRC participating library. These groups meet at scheduled time throughout the summer and receive incentives for participating and for reading and presenting books at their own reading level. In 2014 we are changing our program based on requests of the participants. SNPL will offer three clubs:
Pre-school (Age 3-5); Girls (Age 6-13); Boys (Age 6-13)
Each year a different theme is provincially selected.
2014 Eureka! …Lots is happening all summer at SNPL
2013 GO! …Where will you go when you join SNPL?
2012 Imagine @ SNPL
2011 Splash! Celebrate Summer @ SNPL
2010 Destination Jungle @ SNPL
2009 Agent 009: Detective and Investigation @ SNPL
2008 LOL: Laugh Out Loud @ SNPL
Adult Reading Circle
Our adult circle runs two times per year and is based on specific books. On occasion this club has followed other programs such as the Oprah Circle on-line or has been run in house. Suggestions for titles and times are always welcome.
Youth Reading Club
The Youth Reading Club functions like the TD SRC but is run during the school year. May 2013 includes a Saturday Super Hero Club from 10-12. Wednesday’s after school club will be meeting in Veteran’s park for a story hour. Check with the Library staff for other planned story programs.