welcome to seguin public libraries
- CHRISTIE - FOLEY - HUMPHREY - ROSSEAU -
The Seguin Public Library Board & CEO are closely monitoring the evolving COVID-19 situation to determine the soonest possible, responsible, reopening date. We will continue to respond to emails sent to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org and social media messages. While the library buildings are closed to visits, we offer Curbside Pickup at all branches.
All outside book drops are now OPEN for returns. All fines for late items during this closure will be waived. Our Wi-Fi networks will still be accessible from the parking lot as well. We are NOT accepting book donations at this time.
curbside pickup at all branches
Seguin Public Libraries’ is excited to offer Curbside Pickup outside at all branches.
Place a hold online with your library card, by phone or by emailing us at email@example.com. We will notify you when your items are ready for pick up.
Open your email account and address the email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Attach the print job to the email and note your name, phone number & the branch location you wish to pick your prints up at during curbside hours.
Printing fees can be paid by donation or with the correct change at the curbside pickup table. Black & White prints are $0.25/page and Colour prints are $1.00/page.
It is recommended that you call us to confirm your email was received, otherwise we will contact you when your prints are complete and ready for pickup.
Click the Online Catalogue button. You will be redirected to a site that hosts our online catalogue for all four branches & digital materials.
At the top of the site, select Log In or My Account and log in with your 14-digit Seguin Public Libraries’ card number and 4 digit PIN. If you have forgotten your PIN or cannot create a new one using the Forgot my PIN feature, please call.
Browse and search the catalogue. Use the Search bar or narrow your browsing on the left side of the screen. When you find an item you are interested in, that is not an eBook or eAudiobook, select the blue Place a Hold button on the right of the item.
Choose the Pickup Library location
You are able to place holds on material that is already checked out, you will be placed in line for the copy and called when it is ready for pickup.
If this is your first time placing an hold online, feel free to email or call us to confirm your hold was placed correctly, otherwise we will contact you when your holds are gathered and ready for pickup.
Branch locations & hours
Christie Branch - curbside pickup
Foley branch - curbside pickup
humphrey branch - curbside pickup
Thursday 2pm to 7pm
Rosseau branch - curbside pickup
LIBRARY & book NEWS
Access Ancestry Library Edition from Home
We invite everyone to use the resources found within our website to support learning at home. Need to keep up with French? Use our Mango Languages resource. Need to research a topic? Try Explora. The resources we provide are safe, current and free. You will require your 14 digit library card number to access most of these resources. Email us if you require assistance. email@example.com
your library at home
virtual programs & activities
While we are closed please check out these fun, free and entertaining activities we have compiled for you and your family. Follow us on social media to engage with us and let us know what activities you are enjoying. You do not require your library card for any of these activities.
storytime with seguin public libraries
We have teamed up with the Seguin Township to support their Virtual Recreational programming. Enjoy these free programs and hear some of your favourite library books read aloud. New titles added weekly. If you have an idea for a story, email Stefanie at firstname.lastname@example.org
coronavirus: a book for children
Coronavirus: A Book for Children is a free downloadable picture book that helps answer the questions kids ages 4-10 are asking during this difficult time. In an NHS-endorsed project, Jenner, Wilson, and Roberts start with what we know right now about this virus, why it matters, how it is spread, what children can do, and how they can help. This book touches everything from being kind to siblings also stuck at home, understanding that parents may not be available if they are working from home, that isolation is necessary, and that it may come with sadness and worry. Then the authors offer advice for what a child can do with this fear.
1000 books before kindergarten
Allows you to search our catalogue, log into your account, place holds & renew and scan store barcodes to see if we have it. Available for iOS or Android mobile devices. BookMyne makes all the resources of the library available at your fingertips.