Face masks are mandatory and social distancing is required at all NLPL public libraries. Click here to view the list of libraries and the services being offered.

Due to the emerging COVID-19 cluster in the Marystown area, effective today, the Marystown Public Library is closed until further notice. Garnish, Burin, St. Lawrence, Grand Bank and Fortune Public Libraries will move to curbside service effective today.


Vaccine Passport printing is free of charge at your local library and is available for in-person service only. Click on the following links for more information on receiving or printing your vaccine passport: Still need help? Please call 1-833-951-3859 to request a paper copy of your COVID-19 vaccination record.

Overdrive Update

After September 30, 2021, the web certificate provider for Overdrive will no longer support certain older operating systems and browsers (learn more). This will result in a security warning which can be resolved by updating your operating system or browser version (if an update is available). Users on iOS 9 are most likely to be affected.


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Newfoundland & Labrador Public Libraries have been serving the communities of Newfoundland & Labrador since 1935. By supporting your local library today, you are ensuring that future generations will continue to enjoy community based library services.

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When you become a library user, you can borrow books, magazines, audio books and DVDS, and use other services such as computers with Internet Access, wireless Access, and our eLibrary. Get your Free Library Card Today!

You can also enjoy various programs and take part in exclusive events throughout the year for yourself and your family.


Every library has a volunteer local board. As a member, you can help to contribute to the well being of your community. It's fun and rewarding! Ask your local library if there are any openings on your local board.

Donation of Library Materials

The Provincial Information and Library Resources Board is grateful for gifts of library materials because these help enrich our collections and make the best use of our limited resources. However, the public should be aware of stipulations regarding library donations.

Please review our Donations Policy for more information.

If you have any questions regarding whether or not items will be accepted, please contact your public library before bringing the items in for evaluation.

Donations of Money

The Provincial Information and Library Resources Board gladly accepts cash donations in support of library programs and services, for a special project or in memory of a loved one. We will ensure any donations received are spent in accordance with the wishes of the donor. If you would like more information, please contact your local library or Provincial Headquarters at (709) 643-0900.

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