The Boyne Library is located at 15 – 1st Avenue SW in the centre of Carman. The beautiful historic building is the cornerstone of the business district and has been the reason more than one Hollywood movie has been shot in Carman.
Sunday – Closed
Monday – Closed
Tuesday – 9:30am to 8pm
Wednesday – 8:30am to 5pm
Thursday – 8:30am to 8 pm
Friday – 8:30am to 5pm
Saturday – 9:00am to 5pm
“A library for the Community” was one of the first concerns of the “young Citizen’s Group” who began the library many years ago.
The library was moved from the basement of the Memorial Hall to the newly renovated old Post Office building in November of 1972. Thirteen years later in summer of 1985, an additional 500 sq. ft. was added on, this area accommodates the Junior readers.
Year 2000 saw another 1405 sq. ft. addition. This included a sun room and an area for the adult readers. The renovation also included a public bathroom and a new office.
Every resident of Carman & R.M. of Dufferin may join the library free of charge. Simply fill out an application form at the circulation desk. A membership fee charged to non-residents Children age 6 years & older must have a parent’s signature on the application card before a borrower’s card is issued.
Children 12 years or older must have a video card signed by parent to be able to borrow videos.
All print and audio materials may be borrowed free of charge. There is a $1.00 charge per full-featured movie with a 2 day loan period. One week movie series are $2.00. The loan period for books is 3 weeks, magazines 1 week and audio books are 3 weeks.2 Books may be renewed providing there are no requests or holds on the book. No renewals on movies.
Book renewals can be done over the phone, in person or through our website or by email.
The Library has Public Internet Access computers available at no charge to the public. Printing, scanning and photocopying is available as a nominal charge.
Wi-Fi is available free of charge.
Download Audio and eBooks books onto your Apple devices, tablets, smart phones etc. or download directly to your home PC. This free service is available through our website for all our patrons. Ask your Librarian to show you how!
Access magazines, repair manuals, do-it-yourself guides all from the comfort of your home. Website provides a current encyclopedia, reference database, student homework help and Novelist that provides great recommended reading ideas. Ask your Librarian to show you how!