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Contact Information
Office Phone 506-869-6000
Fax 506-869-6040
E-Mail mplib@gnb.ca
Website monctonpubliclibrary.ca
Social Media Facebook Facebook: facebook.com/MonctonPublicLibrary
Twitter Twitter: twitter.com/MonctonLibrary
Primary Contact Chantale Bellemare, City Librarian; Phone: 506-869-6000; Fax: 506-869-6040
Alternate Contact Nadine Goguen, Acting Regional Director, Albert-Westmorland-Kent Library Region; Phone: 506-869-6031
Description & Services
Cross Reference Moncton Public Library
Description of service(s) The library offers patrons a wide variety of essential services. From books, magazines, fee Internet use and electronic book collections to iPads and Xbox Kinect and PS4 gaming. Services and programs are offered for children, tweens, teens, adults and seniors in new and innovative ways via book clubs, workshops, author readings, Lunch and Learn Seminars, social media, gaming, art exhibits, inter-library loans, electronic databases, genealogy research and so much more. Contact the library for more information.
Hours Monday: 10 am - 5 pm 
Tuesday: 10 am - 9 pm 
Wednesday: 10 am - 9pm 
Thursday: 10 am - 5 pm 
Friday: 10 am - 5 pm 
Saturday: 10 am - 5 pm 
Sunday: 10 am - 5 pm
Areas Served Moncton - and area ; and all holders of a New Brunswick public library card.
Eligibility No restrictions
Application Library cards are free for New Brunswick residents and landowners. You will need to provide a piece of identification and proof of local address when you register for a card at the library. The signature of a parent or a guardian is necessary for children under 13.
Languages English ; French
Fees None
Location information
Site Location Across from Moncton City Hall in the Blue Cross Building.
Located In Community Moncton
Address & Map
644 Main St, Suite 101
Moncton, NB E1C 1E2
 
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Accessibility Fully Accessible - Also provides shut-in service if unable to get to the library. Call for more details. ; The library has an adaptive computer workstation for patrons with physical or visual disabilities, a range of braille materials, audiobooks, and more. Call for more details.  
 
Currently, all NBPLS libraries provide access to alternative format collections (available at the library and through the NBPLS website) and eleven libraries located throughout the province provide access to adaptive workstations (available in the library). In addition, NBPLS libraries provide access to restricted alternative format library collections held by the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) and Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec (BAnQ) through the Service québécois du livre adapté (SQLA). 
 
***Note that accessibility is self-reported. Please call the organization to confirm before arrival***
Other Details
Service Level (30) Provincial Government
Subjects
Service Categories Public Libraries

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