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Welcome to the Springfield Public Library

Reach us at:
204-853-2039  Fax: 204-853-7995 
Cherie Denorer- Library Services Coordinator:  
Donna Walby- Manager of Library Services:

TUESDAY          10AM - 8PM                    
WEDNESDAY     10AM - 8PM                       
THURSDAY        10AM - 5PM                                               
FRIDAY             10AM - 5PM
SATURDAY        10AM- 2PM  ( *switched to our summer hours as of May20th

   MONEY! MONEY! MONEY!  Hopefully, that caught your attention :)  It is critical that we continue to receive Provincial and Municipal funding to keep the library operating. PLEASE- take a few minutes (the short version of the survey took less than 2 minutes for those who completed it online at the library) and answer the simple questions about the importance, use, and suggestions you have regarding your library. Here are more details:

*Minister Rachel Squires is gathering statistics to ascertain the importance of LIBRARIES to the residents of Manitoba. We implore you to take a few minutes to complete the survey in order to continue receiving the level of funding we receive to provide Library Services in the RM of Springfield. There are 3 versions of the survey, in graduating length. The first takes 2 minutes or less, next progresses to 4-5 minutes, etc. Thank you for your support.

How do the arts impact your life? You can help shape the future of Culture Policy in MB. More information in the " Library News" section. You can provide your feedback at http://www.manitoba.ca/imaginecreative

Sign up for ART CLASSES with L.J. Anderson... DATE CHANGE- classes switching to day time, Tuesday or Thursday. Please check back after the May long weekend. ., L.J. offers instruction, as students follow along at their workstaitons. The last hour is for those who would like to stay to practise, ask for additional help, and socialize with classmates. There is a water cooler in the library, but if you prefer, you are welcome to bring a drink of your own. $10 per class. Register at Patron Services Counter. More under "Library News" Still room for a few more students. Call to register. 204-853-2039.

Want to always know what's going on here at the library? Follow us on facebook  ((Click link to go straight to our page for constant updates!))

Our book sale shelves and paper back rack are adjacent to the Archives wall... always great prices, no worry of damage, late fees, or loss.   All funds raised benefit the Library: purchasing new books or movies for our collection, or in the development of new programs.  

Under "Library News" click on the subject, such as "Book Sale," to read about the item.  Many of the main menu items are also visible on the right-hand side of the page under Policies and Resources. To access your account for renewals, holds and so on, hold your mouse over "RESOURCES" then click on "Catalogue Search" and login to your account. Have a look around our website to see all that we have to offer.  

ART GALLERY: and *Rotating collections from local artists
Please note that all the fabulous art displayed in the library is available to purchase. Our "Springfield Signature Artists" are: Ida MacKenzie, Susan Selby, Genevie Henderson and photography by Mariel Gobeil. Prices are very reasonable, as you are purchasing Originals, very often for the same price, or slightly higher, than that of framed prints elsewhere. Come and take a look! We're sure you'll find something you'd love to adorn your home, or as a gift for someone special.

** Each month, we feature the artwork of someone new. From April 25 to May 26th, stop in to view the work of Janice Bettens. From May 26-June 30, John's paintings will be featured. All artwork is available to purchase, with 25% donated to the library. Thanks to all artists for their generous support.


Springfield Library Patrons - please participate in our on-line Customer Satisfaction survey. Your feedback is very important to us. The information you provide will help public library staff and decision makers identify areas where services can be improved and better understand the needs of our community.