Library patrons can use the Libby app to download eBooks and eAudiobooks for free from the library. It offers the same collection as OverDrive but with an alternative look. Click here to learn more about Libby. When searching for your library, type in "Ontario Library Consortium".
Stargazing evenings return to the Lennox & Addington Dark Sky Viewing Area! Witness the ‘The Milky Way’ and a variety of celestial objects on July 21st & 22nd beginning at 9:30pm (weather permitting).
Erin Markuschewsky from the Napanee Branch of the County of Lennox & Addington Libraries recently enjoyed the latest memoir/self-help book from Sheryl Sandberg.
“Option B is a thought provoking and interesting read about a woman who has lost her husband and must learn how to live again,” explains Erin. “Readers of Sheryl’s first book Lean In will see a new side of the Facebook COO.”
The County of Lennox and Addington Public Libraries are proud to support the community’s culture and talent. It is for this reason that we have started the “Art in the Library” program in partnership with the Greater Napanee Area Arts Association (GNAAA). A prominent feature wall was created at the Napanee Branch specifically for this program where artists can display their work.
The latest exhibit, starring Lois Sexsmith and Margaret Ray will run June 30th through August 31st.
Caitlyn from the Napanee Branch recently enjoyed The Impossible Fortress by Jason Rekulak, an acclaimed new novel that will inspire 1980s nostalgia.
The Macpherson House in Napanee is now open and a full slate of programming will soon be underway. Two fun-filled events will be taking place in mid-July that are aimed at music lovers and children of all ages.
Laura from the Amherstview Branch recently enjoyed The Last Neanderthal, a new book by Claire Cameron, the Canadian author of the popular novel The Bear.
Looking for one of the top-rated provincial parks in Ontario? Lennox & Addington County's Bon Echo Provincial Park comes in at No. 4!
Check out this great review of Bon Echo found on Planet Ware's website, written by Lana Law:
(June 21, 2017) Lennox and Addington County Council is pleased to announce the appointment of Brenda Orchard as the County’s new Chief Administrative Officer (CAO).
Ms. Orchard has almost 20 years of senior municipal leadership experience in three provinces including both urban and rural communities. She is currently serving as the CAO for Huron County, a position she has held since 2013. Prior to joining Huron County, she was the CAO for Annapolis County in Nova Scotia.
This summer, the Lennox & Addington County Museum & Archives in Napanee is pleased to be the home of an exciting travelling exhibition, the contents of which are of keen interest to almost a global audience: money.