COVID-19: Samuel-Ouimet library resumes its loans, by reservation
Please note that loans between libraries are not available until further notice, except for loans from Du Couvent library to Samuel-Ouimet library.
- Go to mabiblioamoi.ca to choose the books you want. Click on Catalogue (located in the black band at the top of the page), then click on Tout (in green on the grey band) and select Mont-Tremblant (Samuel-Ouimet) or Mont-Tremblant (Du Couvent).
- Note that loans between libraries are not available until further notice.
- Go to villedemont-tremblant.qc.ca/biblio and make your reservation online.
- The library staff will contact you as soon as possible to let you know that your documents (books and/or periodicals) are ready and to make an appointment with you.
- Appear at the exact time of your appointment at the main entrance of the town hall, close to
- the rear parking area. Please note that a face covering is required.
- When you arrive at the library, join the line of people waiting, respecting distancing measures.
- Persons will be called according to the order of their appointments.
- Return the documents in your possession using the self-service terminal. You may also use the book chute, but the return of those documents will not be registered automatically.
- Take possession of your documents.
- If you need help, the staff can provide assistance during the time reserved for your appointment (10 minutes).
If you are not able to make your request online, you can do so by phone by calling 819-425-8614, ext. 2700. You will be asked for the following information:
- member’s name;
- phone number;
- email address;
- title and author’s name for each document.
- The time limit for borrowed documents has been increased to 10 days (from the normal seven days).
- Late fees have been suspended until October 1.
- You have until August 23 to return books borrowed prior to the library’s closure on March 13.
- Non-residents’ memberships will be extended by six months.
Due to the situation of COVID-19, the Culture and Recreation Department was forced to cancel a large number of activities and events planned in the coming months, until new order.
The favorites of the Culture and Recreation Department
Each week, discover a wide variety of fun and educational activities to do in the comfort of your home. Go to villedemont-tremblant.qc.ca/coupsdecoeur.
1145 Rue de Saint-Jovite
Phone: 819-425-8614, ext. 2700
Located close to services on the main street of the Ville (centre-town sector), Samuel-Ouimet Library is open 47 hours a week and welcomes groups of primary school children.
With the addition of services such as newspapers and magazines, a significant increase in the number of clients has been noted, with readers spending more time in the library.
Boasting stunning views of the river, the periodicals and newspapers reading room has comfortable armchairs with which to welcome its guests.
The activities area for the very young is an important place in the library. Fully carpeted, with stepped furnishings, it can accommodate 30 children. The space, bright with the light from its large windows, invites the young to read alone or as part of a group and is the setting for the story hour.
The computer room offers free Internet access to members. A fee of $2 per hour is charged to non-members. Four computers are installed here, each able to print to a common printer.
Available for a period of two hours out of 24.