About Us


Collection Development

Last Updated 2019/04/11

1. PURPOSE OF THE POLICY The Springfield Public Library is dedicated to providing public access to the resources required in facilitating life-long learning in our community. Public library services will be provided in an environment that encourages and supports all members of the public to develop their full potential. 1.2 Community Profile Materials selected shall


Mission Statement and Vision

Last Updated 2019/04/11

Mission Statement It is the mission of the Springfield Public Library to provide and promote open and equal access to the resources and services of the library in order to vision missionmeet the informational, educational, cultural and Literacy needs of the community. Vision The Springfield Public Library embraces the rich heritage and vibrant future of


Springfield Archives

Last Updated 2019/04/11

Located right in our facility, the archives hold all records since Springfield Municipality was founded. From Land title information to local family history, the achieves have it all. Run by dedicated volunteers and led by Yvonne Mavins. To get in contact with the Archive, please call them at 204-853-7447


Connect With Us

Last Updated 2019/06/25

     


Community Information

Last Updated 2018/11/14

Local History


Contact Form

Last Updated 2019/05/24

See our library hours and contact information. If you are requesting a book, please provide your name, that way we know who to lend the book to!


Book Donations

Last Updated 2020/06/30

During COVID-19, we will not be accepting any book donations.  Other Donations: The Library accepts gift materials with the understanding that such materials may be added to the collection only if they meet the same standards which are applied to the selection of materials. Those items which are unwanted may be offered to other libraries,


Volunteering Information

Last Updated 2020/10/20

Springfield Public Library welcomes members of the community who want to help support the library through services, such as volunteering! The benefits of volunteering at the library: experience on the job training and learn new skills learning more about the library develop future job references meet new people within the community choosing your own hours If


Annual Reports

Last Updated 2020/10/21

2019 Annual Report 2018 Annual Report 2017 Annual Report 2016 Annual Report 2015 Anuual Report 2014 Annual Report 2013 Annual Report 2011 Annual Report 2010 Annual Report 2009 Annual Report


Staff

Last Updated 2021/02/25

Manager: Cherie Denorer: cdenorer@springfieldlibrary.ca Library Assistant:  Tia Grantham: tia@springfieldlibrary.ca Clerk: Heather Barendregt: heather@springfieldlibrary.ca Clerk: Mary Swingler: mary@springfieldlibrary.ca Clerk: Sheri Habing: sheri@springfieldlibrary.ca