Brockville Public Library

Service: Public Library

Alternate Name Community Resource Database
Location & Accessibility
Site Location Downtown Brockville opposite Post Office
Located In Community Brockville
Address & Map
23 Buell St
Brockville, ON K6V 5T7
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Intersection Buell St and George St
Bus Route Notes Brockville Transit Transit map * Stop times and locations
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Parking Free parking
Description and Services
Description (Service) Public library * free wireless Internet access * local history and genealogy * delivery for people home-bound 
Children programs: 
* needlework club 
* storytelling clubs 
* arts and crafts 
* family movies 
* drop in club for homeschooling families 
Teen programs: 
* LGBTQ+ Drop-In club 
* book clubs 
* needlework clubs 
* volunteer opportunities 
Adult programs:  
* Community Living: for individuals 20 years and older with physical and developmental disabilities 
* bridge 
* computer training 
* literacy and basic skills (call for transportation options) 
* book clubs 
* various craft and needlework clubs 
Community Resource Database: free online directory of health, human services, education agencies, and programs in Brockville and the surrounding areas
Hours Mon 9 am-1 pm * Tue-Thu 9 am-8 pm * Fri, Sat 9 am-5 pm * Sun 1 pm-5 pm * closed on Sundays of long weekends
Areas Served Brockville
Eligibility Free membership for residents only * home delivery service: residents within the City of Brockville limits
Application To apply for a library card, drop-in during business hours and complete an application form * proof of address required * for information such as contacts or dates and times of each club/group, visit the website

For home delivery service, call Margie at 613-342-3936 ext 6428 or send an email to

Community Resource Database: available at
Languages English
Fees Membership - for non-residents ; Service - for some services (photocopies, etc.) ; Method(s) of Payment Accepted - cash, debit card
Service Categories Adult Literacy Programs ; Arts and Crafts Instruction ; Children's Library Services ; Computer and Related Technology Classes ; Genealogical Collections ; Home Library Services ; Homeschooling Support Groups ; Humanities Clubs/Societies ; Internet Information Resources ~ Directory/Resource List Publication ; LGBTQ Support Groups ~ LGBTQ Youth ; Needlecraft Instruction ; Public Libraries ; Social Clubs/Events ~ People With Disabilities ; Volunteer Opportunities ~ Adolescents
Contact Information
Office Phone 613-342-3936
Fax 613-342-6096
Social Media Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube
Other Details
Funding Grants - Municipal and Provincial
Resources Website, e-resources, language learning database

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