150, rue Tyler, Ayer’s Cliff, QC, J0B 1C0
Located in the heart of the village, the Ayer’s Cliff Library is conveniently located for its members and visitors who will find additional information in the “Tourist Information Center”. The municipal parking lot at the rear gives access to a green space with tables and benches and the beautiful “Tomifobia Nature Trail”.
Currently, the library is run by a non-profit association comprised of volunteers, who will be pleased to present their collection of approximately 17,000 books, including romance novels, biographies, children’s books, series for teens, cartoons, DVDs and several reference books on history, art, psychology, food, crafts and more… The volunteers will be happy to welcome you and answer your questions. (Refer to schedule)
Citizens of Ayer’s Cliff are invited to become members for only $ 15 per year (per civic address). Citizens of surrounding municipalities are also welcome ($ 25). Membership is free for people 70 years and over.
An official receipt can be issued for a donation of books to the library, which are fairly recent and in good condition.
During the summer, a student is added to the volunteers in order to extend opening hours and availability for the many visitors and summer residents. (Refer to schedule)
library hours - Mid August to Mid June
library hours -Mid June to Mid August
Ayer's Cliff Library Board of Directors
Activity available on request.
Home library service for elderly and disabled persons at the rate of once per week depending on availability of volunteers. For more information 819-838-5020
Reading Program (summer only)
A reading program for elementary and secondary students. The program starts at the end of the school year in June and ends the second week of August. Students must be members of the library to register. Many prizes and surprises await those who meet the challenge. For information 819-838-5020
Each year "World Book Day" is April 23, therefore an important date for libraries. On this occasion, a special activity is organized at the library.
English and French school teachers, as well as day center educators, are invited to contact us to arrange group tours to enable all young people to discover the many treasures the Ayer's Cliff Library can offer them. Information 819-838-5020
Expositions / Conferences
Local artists, painters, photographers and others are invited to display their work at the Library. Information 819-838-5020
Library other services
High speed internet and Wi-Fi
(free for members) Laptops can be connected to high speed internet (hook up available)
Photocopies Letter (8 1/2 x 11) and Legal (8 1/2 x 14)
Black and white or colour
Scan documents and post via internet
Local, long distance and international