We’re Hiring! Summer Reading Club Coordinator

Hey Students! Are you a resident of Nova Scotia returning to school in the Fall? Come work with us this summer!

We’re seeking a dynamic and energetic individual to plan, organize, publicize and execute a Summer Reading program for children ages 3-12 in Cumberland County. The successful candidate would also be responsible for promoting and managing a Teen Summer reading program for students ages 13-18. As well, this position includes some circulation desk duties.

Deadline for applications is April 26, 2024.
Find out more about our Summer student job and how to apply, by clicking the button below. 

Hours to Be Restored at All Library Locations!

Thanks to our amazing local representatives, hours are being restored at all of our locations! Click the button below to read the official press release below.

This would not be possible without the dedication of our Municipal and Town Councilors, Mayors David Kogon, Murray Scott, and Greg Henley, and the countless members of their staff. They have shown that Cumberland County deserves sustainable and affordable core library services in the region.

We are working diligently to restore hours at all of our locations, and will let everyone know when hours are back to normal.

Public Meeting on the State of the Library

Curious about what the library has been doing this past year? Join us at our State of the Library meeting on April 25th! This event will take place at the Springhill Library (85 Main St.) from 7pm to 8pm.

Our State of the Library Meeting will also be livestreamed on our Facebook page.

Read Local Cumberland – Local Authors Wanted

Are you a local author who wants to showcase your work?

This May and June we’ll be hosting READ LOCAL CUMBERLAND around the County.

Authors will get a table to sell their books and a 15 minute reading slot to introduce people to their work.

Click the button below for more information!


Want to Support the Library? Donate Today.

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Your support enriches the public library system in Cumberland County.

For each $25 donation, you will receive a bookplate that will be printed with your name and placed in a new Cumberland Public Libraries book.

Make a donation to honour a friend, colleague, favourite teacher, or to remember a loved one.

Your generosity will help us provide new books and programs for our thousands of library visitors each year.

You will also receive a tax receipt for your donation.

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