Welcome to Addington Highlands Public Library
Library services in Flinton and Denbigh expand to offer fax service. Both branches are now fully accessible thanks to grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation
Thanks to funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation of $13,600 over 12 months, both Flinton and Denbigh Library now offer fax service. The grant has enabled the Township to purchase new print/copy/scan and fax machines for each location, a service not readily available in the area. This funding has also enabled us to complete the update of our computer systems and purchase new 24” monitors for all machines. Updates will also be made to the Large Print, Audio and DVD sections on a regular basis with this funding. The installation of an accessible workstation at the Flinton Library makes both locations fully accessible.
“I am pleased to see the Ontario Trillium Foundation’s contribution to the improvements at these libraries. Providing access to these communications and information tools at these locations is important and will be a great benefit for many rural residents who may not otherwise have access. I congratulate the team at the Addington Highlands Public Library for their continuing efforts on behalf of local residents.”-
Randy Hillier, MPP for Lanark-Frontenac-Lennox&Addington
“This grant will have a positive impact on both communities. The new service and upgrades will enhance access to information and communications technology services for all residents and visitors to our area.
We are grateful for the Ontario Trillium Foundation’s continued commitment and support in building a healthy and vibrant community.”-
June Phillips, CEO, Addington Highlands Public Library.
Contact your local branch for more information:
Flinton Library Phone – 613-336-1091
Denbigh Library Phone – 613-333-1426
Fax - 613-333-9774
A leading grant maker in Canada, the Ontario Trillium Foundation strengthens the capacity of the voluntary sector through investments in community-based initiatives. An agency of the Government of Ontario, OTF builds healthy and vibrant communities.
If you know someone who has trouble reading print because of a disability, a partnership between your library and CNIB offers lots of different ways to read.
- Audio, e-text, braille and other formats.
- Summer Reading Club for Children.
- Accessible books, newspapers and Magazines.
- Accessible online services – read or do research on the web.
- Material for all ages and interests.
- Material in English or French.
Public library users with print disabilities can register here for access to thousands of books, magazines and newspapers in audio and electronic format from the CNIB Library.
Check out our new Core Reference materials
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High-speed internet is available for public use inside the library during library hours.
Financial support from the Province of Ontario provided through Southern Ontario Library Service, is gratefully acknowledged.
Library membership is free for residents of Addington Highlands
There is a $10.00 Charge for non residents.
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