Our building is currently open for pick-up of materials, 45 minute computer sessions, and browsing of materials.
- Mon 9am to 7pm
- Tue 9am to 7pm
- Wed 9am to 7pm
- Thu 1pm to 7pm
- Fri 9am to 5pm
- Sat 9am to 5pm
- Sun 1pm to 5pm
Providing you with the materials you need and keeping YOU at the forefront of our decision-making has been Schlow’s priority during these challenging times. From doorside pick-up to expanded eReading options to Virtual Storytimes, Schlow continues to be a patron-centered service provider with YOU at our heart.
We are sensitive to the economic challenges facing everyone right now. The reality of reduced funding is a concern for the Library as well. With the possibility of greatly reduced service revenue, Schlow Library is facing challenging times. It is with a sense of urgency that we ask - will you support Schlow Library with a gift?
Every gift makes an impact, no matter the size. Now, the Library needs your support to continue to provide services to the community and prepare for an uncertain future. The future is only possible through your generous support. By investing in Schlow Library, you’re investing in the well-being of our community and providing opportunities for many. Please join the amazing group of supporters who see the value that the Library brings to the community.
Will you make a gift today?
Your generous gifts are always appreciated and allow us to continue to offer the services you love.
Have fun while helping your community! Become a member of the Schlow team by volunteering at your Library.
Generous businesses throughout the Centre Region have shown they value a strong, vibrant Library in their community. Might your business have a role to play in sustaining this valuable resource? Absolutely!
We welcome gently-used materials in excellent condition for addition to our collections, to be sold in a used book sale benefiting the Library, or donation to other non-profit organizations. Media should have no skips or scratches.
All donated items become the property of Schlow Centre Region Library.