The City of Martensville Library is a branch of the Wheatland Regional Library and is located in the Civic Centre at 66 Main Street.

Wheatland Regional Library, along with the other public libraries in Saskatchewan, are part of a single integrated library system.  With the "One Province, One Library Card" system, your Wheatland Regional Library card can be used at any public library in the province.  Become a library patron today! It’s easy to do and it’s free!

LIBRARY HOURS

Mon, Wed & Fri:   9:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Tues & Thurs:      9:30 AM – 7:30 PM
Saturday:              9:30 AM - 2:00 PM
Sunday:                Closed
 

LIBRARY SERVICES

  • Access to extensive catalogue of items, books, talking books, magazines & movies. The online catalogue allows you to search items by title, author, topic or type, check your library account status, and renew and request books from other libraries.
  • SILS Library App to manage your account and request materials.
  • Library2Go/Libby & Hoopla -  Download e-Books and audio books for free using your library card.
  • Free WIFI
  • Public Computers Available
  • Printing & Photocopying available for a fee:  Print:  $0.25/page (black), $0.50/page (color) Photocopier: $0.25/copy

PROGRAMS & EVENTS

Martensville Library program information is included in the City of Martensville Recreation Guides. Due to COVID 19, library programs are currently suspended. Stay in touch with the library and checkout our Facebook and Instagram page for updates

  • Programs Include:
  • Books' N' Babies (Registered program for Babies up to 1 year of age)
  • Wiggles & Giggles Toddler Time (Ages 1-4)
  • Children's Story Time (Ages 3 - 5)
  • School Age Programs
  • TD Summer Reading Club (July & August)
  • Adult Book Clubs
  • Other programs & activities throughout the year.

LIBRARY BOARD

The Martensville Library Board is a group of dedicated volunteers that are appointed by the City of Martensville.  The local library board makes decisions that helps direct the everyday operations and future operations of the local library, and are an important part of the library's structure.   We’re always looking for new members and new ideas!  If you are interested in becoming a board member, please contact us or call (306) 956-7311.

 

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