Tiny Township residents can borrow from Midland, Penetanguishene and Springwater Public Libraries

Other library services may also be available

provided by Township of Tiny

The Township of Tiny is pleased to announce that a shared Library Agreement for residents of Tiny has been established. The agreement will permit Tiny residents to utilize services at the following libraries; Midland Public Library, Penetanguishene Public Library, and Springwater Public Library.

A Tiny resident will register with one library at a time. The first library they go to will be their home library. Residents will be advised that they may go to the second or third library at no extra cost so long as the resident’s membership is in good standing with their home library.

In order to obtain a free membership at a library the resident must attend the library with a valid government-issued photo identification that clearly states their home address. The home address of the resident must be in the Township of Tiny. Residents must have a valid library membership at their home library before obtaining a membership at the second or third library.

Other library services may be available in addition to borrowing privileges and some fees may apply. Residents should inquire at each individual library regarding services available to visiting library users.

The lending library’s regulations related to loan periods, renewal and recall procedures and fines will apply to all loans. Lost or damaged materials should be reported to the library from which the item was borrowed. Residents are responsible for paying any fines, lost book charges or processing charges incurred.

Visit the Township of Tiny website for more information www.tiny.ca/services/library-services.