Question of the Week
Our Library in the News!
Pop up library will continue to pop up (read online)
Great programs at Bewdley, Gore's Landing libraries (read online)
Cobourg Library calls for August registrations (read online)
Lots to check out at Cobourg library (read online)
Take a book, leave a book (read online)
The latest edition of our Program Guide (formerly the Library Newsletter) has arrived.
Pick up your copy today,
or read it online!
Read all about what our Library has planned for July to September.
Wondering what types of programs are available at the Library?
Check out our main Events page for more details and to sign-up for our amazing upcoming programs.
Our Summer Hours for July and August:
Cobourg branch - Monday to Wednesday 10am - 8pm ;
Thursday to Saturday 10am - 5pm ; Closed Sundays to Labour Day
Bewdley branch - Wednesday 3pm - 7pm, Saturday 10am - 2pm
Gore's Landing branch - Tuesday 4pm - 7pm, Saturday 12pm - 4pm
This year's Tri-County Reads novel is Deafening by Frances Itani.
The Cobourg Public Library has this title available in Regular Print, Large Print and eBook formats. For Tri-County Reads events please click here. Tri-County Reads is presented by the Public Libraries of Northumberland, Hastings and Prince Edward County.
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Cobourg Public Library Branches
Cobourg Branch -
C. Gordon King Centre
200 Ontario Street, Cobourg, ON K9A 5P4
Alice D. Behan Library-
Bewdley Community Centre
7060 Lake Street, Bewdley
(T) 905-797-2535, ext. 23
Gore's Landing Branch
Gore's Landing Community Hall
5199 Burnham Street North
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