Library membership is free to all residents of the Municipality of Temagami. For identification purposes, proof of current address is required before a library card can be issued. Parents or guardians of children under 16 years of age are required to sign a child’s card. By doing so you are agreeing to be responsible for your child’s loans and agree to abide library policies. One free membership card will be issued. There will be a $2.00 charge for replacement cards.
The annual membership fee for non-residents is $25.00.
The Library has created a large archive of historical photos from the Temagami Area.
To view the images, click here. We would like to thank the Temagami Community Foundation for making this project possible.
Once on the photo arhive site, click on the "Picasa Web Albums" link on the right hand side, above the map image.
If you can provide information regarding any of our photos please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please identify the folder and let us know (in numerical order) which picture you are referring to along with any details regarding the picture. Thank you for your help and support!
Temagami Public Library participates in the ServiceOntario at Libraries program and Services to Businesses Initiative. The ServiceOntario website allows you to access government information, resources and services.
Currently we have 5 public access computers with internet and 1 child’s computer (with no internet access). Parents are required to sign a consent form for any child under 16 years of age prior to the child’s use of an internet access computer.
Computers are available for half hour sessions on a first come, first serve basis, unless a reservation has been made. Reservations will be cancelled 10 minutes after the allotted time.
The library also offers wireless internet service.
Temagami Public Library partnered with The Business Centre Nipissing Parry Sound and Temagami Economic Development office to provide an on site satellite kiosk which will connect you to the Centre's small business experts in North Bay using Skype. If you need advice, have a question or just need simple reassurance come to the library and Skype the Business Centre. No question is too big or small.
Tracy Gauvreau Scholarship Fund
Temagami Public Library is accepting applications for the Tracy Gauvreau Scholarship Fund. To be eligible you must be in, or entering the field of, Early Childhood Education, Educational Assistant or Teaching. Applicants must have exceeded the required number of volunteer hours and be a resident of the Municipality of Temagami. The deadline is July 30th. Applications can be mailed (Canada Post or email) or delivered to the library.
Tracy Gauvreau was the CEO at Temagami Public Library until her untimely death in December 2002. She was also an Early Childhood Educator and worked at Temagami Public School as an Educational Assistant.
The Library offers the following services and programs:
We will offer programs for children throughout the year. Please watch for details.
Book Club – Adults and Children
Stories & Sign (for children 6 - 18 mths) : This program introduces the parent and child to simple sign language through songs, rhymes and simple stories. To register for this program please call the library (569-2945).
TD Summer Reading Program
Computer Courses for Seniors – Basic computer training
ServiceOntario – government online information and services
Knowledge Ontario (Provided by the support of the Government of Ontario through the Heritage and Libraries Branch of the Ministry of Culture)
Thompson Gale Databases
Ancestry (In Library)
Teen Health & Wellness
Tumble Book Library
For more information contact the library (705-569-2945).