The Longueuil LibraryÂ is an amazing local resource for great books, community outreach, family programs, special collections, classes and programs, online resources and more.Â Your local branch, Georges-Dor is less than a 25-minute transit ride from Timbercreekâ€™s 99-101 Place Charles Lemoyne Community.
The public libraries in Longueuil makes a huge collection available to citizens of all ages and backgrounds. Youâ€™ll find nearly 500,000 printed documents, 30,000 audiovisual and multimedia documents, free Internet and computer access, community programs, special events and more. The Longueuil LibrariesÂ offer materials in both French and English wherever possible.
How to get a library card
Any citizen of the City of Longueuil can register for one of the networkâ€™s libraries and receive a free library card. Visit any branch with both a valid source of identification and proof of residency and youâ€™ll easily be able to get your library card.
There are a number of convenient online resources available locally in most libraries and remotely from the comfort of your own home. These resources are used to help identify articles, encyclopedias, educational tutorials and more. Online resources made available by the Longueuil Library include dictionaries and the Encyclopedia of the World State, Online Training, Genealogy records, newspapers, magazines and music.
Upcoming events include:
- Fragile BeautyÂ exhibition by Pascal Picard from Saturday February 28th until Sunday March 29th
- ElementerreÂ exhibition by artist Elisabeth Come from February 26th until March 31st
- Journey to the Rosie Guili-GuiliÂ exhibition for illustrator Sophie Lussier
Timbercreek Communitiesâ€™ 99-101 Place Charley Lemoyne ApartmentsÂ are located in the beautiful Montreal South-Shore neighborhood, only 15 minutes from the downtown core of the city. Enjoy easy access to public transit, schools, shopping, entertainment and more.