Library

The library is located on the 3rd floor of the Municipal Center. 

A group of dedicated volunteers keeps our small library humming for residents and visitors alike. We have a nice variety of fiction and non-fiction books available to members and our collection is updated regularly.

Ample parking is always available.
Hours: Mon, Tues (Jan-Mar only), Thu, 1-4 PM.; Sat 10 AM-1 PM.
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   Membership Fee is only $5 per year!

New Arrivals


Our library volunteers strive to make your library experience fresh and inviting. New books are arriving regularly for your enjoyment. Stop by and check out one of our latest arrivals:
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UPCOMING LIBRARY EVENTS

Book Sale at the Indian Shores Sunday Morning Market, Jan 21

Cart full of books

We're always looking for book club recommendations! Or show us your culinary skills by contributing a dish inspired by the month's selection.

Winner of the Pulitzer Prize & the U. S. National Book Award.

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January 23

Join the library in a Read & Feed of The Shipping News by Annie Proulx. We are planning a delicious dinner inspired by the Newfoundland cuisine. See flier for more details.

From the Amazon Review: This darkly comic, wonderfully inventive work, winner of the 1993 National Book Award, transforms the lore of Newfoundland--including shipwrecks, nautical knot-tying, horrid weather and family legend--into brilliant literary art. It is the story of the rebirth of Quoyle, a hulking, inarticulate, misery-ridden widower who flees upstate New York to take up residence in Newfoundland. Quoyle, a "third-rate newspaperman," makes a hit with his "Shipping News" column, while his anguish at the loss of his faithless wife is slowly transformed by the strengthening ties that bind him to the place and to his fellow Newfoundlanders.

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