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Sidewalk construction has begun around Central Library. Curbside pickup is still available at: use the north side stairs and come down the ramp or access from the south-side alley. No parking in front of Central but available on 12th Ave.

Service Update: May 27, 2021

Welcome Back!

LIBRARY BRANCHES RE-OPENING MAY 31

We’re happy to be part of the provincial government’s Re-opening Roadmap Step One, and plan to re-open our branch doors starting on May 31.

  • Monday, May 31: Central Library, Albert, George Bothwell, Prince of Wales, Regent Place, Sherwood Village, and Sunrise Branches will open.
  • Tuesday, June 1: Glen Elm and Connaught Branches will open.
     

BRANCH HOURS

Branches will be open Mondays to Saturdays, 10:00am to 6:00pm, and Sundays 1:00pm to 5:00pm. We expect to extend these hours in the weeks ahead. Keep current by visiting our Locations and Hours page.
 

BRANCH CAPACITY

Capacity in branches will be capped relative to branch size to a maximum of 30 customers at the largest branches. Real-time capacity information will be available on the Locations and Hours page when we open.
 

SAFETY IN BRANCHES

Branches will maintain safety protocols including hand sanitizing stations, plexiglass barriers, revised floor plans, and one-way traffic paths.

Customers and staff, including those who are vaccinated, are required to wear masks at all times. If you don’t have a mask, we can provide you with one before you enter.
 

CONTACTLESS CURBSIDE SERVICE

Contactless curbside Pickup Service is still available at all branches. Click here for more information on how it works and the services offered through it, including our Check It Out bags! You can also pick up your print jobs and any supplies you need for online programs.

BORROWING AND HOLDS

  • All holds will be kept for 10 days.
  • Musical instruments can be picked up and returned to loaning branches (Central or Sherwood Village). Please contact our Hotline if you require a holds extension.
  • Art Rentals can be picked up and returned at Central Library.

NEW DUNLOP EXHIBITIONS!

If you’re visiting Central Library or Sherwood Village Branch, check out our new Dunlop Art Gallery exhibitions: My Grandfather's Pictures by local artist John Peet at the Sherwood Village gallery, and Logan MacDonald’s kawingjemeesh/shake hands at the Central Library gallery.
 

RPL FILM THEATRE

RPL Film Theatre will be re-opening for limited in-person screening. Online screenings and artist talks will continue. For more information, visit our RPL Film Theatre page. 
 

LIVE ONLINE PROGRAMS

Participate in live online programming led by library staff and guest speakers from all over Canada, from the safety of your home. Browse and register on our website. Conducted via Zoom and livestream.

If you don’t have a library card and would like to access online programs, complete our online registration form to receive a temporary barcode by email. 
 

DIGITAL SERVICES AND COLLECTIONS

Digital collections and services are available 24/7! Visit our Digital Services page to learn more. 

MY EVENTS GUIDE

My Events Guide is a digital service that allows you to customize listings of library programs and events based on YOUR interests! It’s always up to date, and you can subscribe to have it delivered right to your inbox every month.

Learn more here!

PRINTING

3D Printing: Use our 3D Printing Services website to upload your print jobs; you’ll be notified when your piece is ready to pick up.
 

LIBRARY CARDS

If you don’t have a library card and want to register for online programs, place holds on materials, or access digital services, fill out our online registration form to get a temporary barcode by email. 

You can then visit any RPL location to complete your registration and receive a permanent library card.

Ask a Librarian

Email Us

306.777.6000

Hotline Service Hours

Monday 10:00am – 6:00pm

Tuesday 10:00am – 6:00pm

Wednesday 10:00am – 8:00pm

Thursday 10:00am – 8:00pm

Friday 10:00am – 6:00pm

Saturday 10:00am – 6:00pm

Sunday 1:00 – 5:00pm

 

COVID-19 Resources

Government of Saskatchewan

The Public Health Agency of Canada

Healthline 811

 

If you experience symptoms:

If you start having symptoms of COVID-19, isolate yourself from others as quickly as possible.

Immediately call a health care professional or the Saskatchewan public health authority by dialing 811. Describe your symptoms and travel history. They will provide advice on what you should do.

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