Kill-a-watt energy monitor loan program
Both Cardinal and Spencerville libraries have an energy monitor available for members of the public to borrow. Kilowatt meters are a useful tool to determine the energy consumption of your appliances and each kit comes with an information package to help user make the best use of the meters. Thanks to Rideau St. Lawrence Utilities, Inc. and the Township of Edwardsburgh Cardinal for supplying the kilowatt meters and getting the program started.
Every first and third Tuesday at Spencerville Branch, 6 – 8 p.m.
Come in for crochet, knitting or needlework help, to finish that one project or just to sit and chat with friends.
eBook Help Sessions – Drop-in Only
Cardinal Branch: Mondays 6 – 8 p.m.
Spencerville Branch: Thursdays 3 – 5 p.m.
Just got a new e-reader or tablet and not sure what to do? Drop by for one-on-one help getting your device up and running and ready to borrow free library e-books.
1st Tuesday of the month, 1:30 pm at the Cardinal branch
“Book Talk” style. Read a book of your choice and share it with the Cardinal book club. Contact the Cardinal branch for more information.
The library is currently looking for people interested in starting a book club in the Spencerville branch. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested in joining a book club here.
Contact North continuing education – Cardinal Branch
Tuesdays, 1:30 – 4 p.m.
Contact North is a continuing education organization based out of Cornwall, ON. Every other Tuesday, they will have a consultant on-hand in our Cardinal Branch to discuss education opportunities- high school, post-secondary, or computer/ technology courses- with anyone interested. Give the Cardinal Branch a call for more information or to book an appointment, 613-657-3822.
CSE Consulting support – Cardinal Branch
Every other Tuesday
1:30 – 4 p.m.
Book an appointment for a free one-on-one session on resume and employment help with CSE Consulting. Call 613-925-0222 for more information.
The Edwardsburgh Cardinal Public Library offers a free book delivery service to members of the community who are physically unable to make it into one of our branches. This includes, but is not limited to, people with permanent disabilities or are temporarily homebound for reasons such as surgery. Please contact Alexine Marier at 613-658-5575 if you wish to be considered for this service.