Residential well water samples for testing by the HKPR District Health Unit will be accepted at the Minden Hills branch on Tuesdays 10am–5pm and Thursdays 12pm–7pm. Empty sample bottles will be available to pick up anytime during our operating hours.
Friday 10:00am–5:00pm July 1: Closed for Canada Day
A used-book shopper's paradise! Drop-in and browse a huge selection of lightly read books.
Drop in and join us for stories, songs, and rhymes for young children to enjoy with their parents or caregivers. No registration required. Space is limited. Ages 0–6.
Drop in to the library to learn cool stuff, work on creative challenges, and meet new friends! No registration required. Space is limited. Ages 6–12.
Adele Espina from the Haliburton Highlands Genealogy Group will be running these drop-in sessions. Adele is amazing at using the databases that are available at the library (Ancestry.com and Family Search) to help patrons find answers to their family tree and genealogy questions.
Join the Minden Book Club for reading and lively conversation. This book club meets the last Wednesday of each month at 2pm.
The rising costs and availability of vegetable seeds has been a growing challenge for gardeners in recent years. In this presentation, Maureen Moore of the Haliburton County Master Gardeners will explore seed saving. The presentation will include the benefits of saving your own seeds, the most suitable seeds to save, how to collect and preserve seeds, and information on the Haliburton County Library seed bank.