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Use your personal computer or mobile device to print to the library’s printer from anywhere.
Submit your documents for printing using the instructions below and come to the Honey Harbour or MacTier Library to pick up your print job.
This service is funded by the Minister of Tourism, Culture & Sport.

Donations to the library are appreciated.  Please follow the guidelines below.

We accept:

  • Children and adult fiction and non-fiction in both French and English, print and audio format. Must be in good condition and within 5 years of print.
  • DVD’s and Blu-Rays, both fiction and non-fiction.
  • Video Games

We cannot accept:

  • Encyclopedias
  • Text books
  • Newspapers
  • Non-fiction material older than 5 years
  • Reader’s Digest condensed books
  • VHS tapes
  • Periodicals (Magazines) by the box

Please be advised that not all donations will be put in the collection. If it does not meet our criteria for the regular stacks, your donation will be put in the ongoing library book sale. Thank You!

 

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