The North Grenville Public Library acknowledges that it operates on the un-ceded, and unsurrendered territory of the Anishinabek. We honour the historic relationship of the Haudenosaunee and Huron-Wendat peoples to this land. We recognize all First Nations, Métis, and Inuit who now call North Grenville their home. We respect and support the need for cultivating a strong relationship with all Indigenous peoples and we look forward to continuing this conversation and fostering the path towards reconciliation.
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The North Grenville Public Library (NGPL) is a hub and meeting place for the people of North Grenville, offering the resources and quality programming they need. More than that, it provides a safe and friendly space where people can come together, connect with others, and access such essential services as the Internet and printing. Our main Kemptville Branch is in the beautiful Norenberg Building, in the heart of Kemptville, and our Burritts Rapids Branch is in the historic Lockstation (Bridge House) by the Rideau River.
The NGPL is overseen by a volunteer board of qualified community members. It works with provincial agencies, other library systems, and community partners to share resources and enhance its services and programs.