Library Programs

 We are happy to welcome guest speaker, Nick Cox, on Thursday August 19th at 7pm. Nick will chat with us and answer questions about his rock and minteral collection on display in the library entrance.


We are very excited to be taking part in #CultureConnect this June and all through the summer!
How can you take part? BOOK BINGO! Stop by the library to pick up your Bingo Card and read a line, three, or the whole card. All ages welcome to take part!


Calling all artists! You're invited to the June Arts Open Mic Night & Coffeehouse.

Thursday, July 21st | 7pm
Thursday August 25th | 7pm

In the library program room (downstairs)
Coffee, tea, snacks and light refreshments available.
Come on out to perform your art and explore the art of those in our community!
Open to poets, comedians, storytellers, writers, spoken word artists, visual artists, dancers, vocalists, musicians, and anyone who wants to perform their art for others to enjoy.
All genres & mediums are welcome. June is National Indigenous Heritage Month and PRIDE month -- if you have an art to share in these realms, we welcome you!
Sign in when you arrive and our Open Mic Night host will call you up when it is your time to perform.

Next meeting August 9th at 6:30!

This book club is designed for those who love the idea of being in a book club in theory, but life gets in the way.

The Facebook group page is dedicated to a forum-style book club, which means that each month the library will provide a copy of the selected book (in the format that suits you best), and a list of discussion prompts. You can respond to discussions at your leisure.

Books will be circulated around the 1st of each month, and available for a month-long loan period. Registration is required each month so we can order the appropriate amount of titles.

To request your copy of this's months book, please do so here or email or call us at 613-584-4244. If you would prefer a large print or talking book copy, please let us know when you register. Registration closed on the 15th of each month.




For instructions on placing holds with our online catalogue, check out our step-by-step guide HOW TO place a hold or renew online.pdf.

Staff will contact you to make arrangements for pick-up.

 The DRPL Craftbox 

The goal of The Deep River Library Craftbox is to connect all of you, creative and inspiring members of the community, to share and learn from one another.
The Craftbox will challenge you to try something new with regular projects, beginner’s tutorials and a Weekly 'show and tell Tuesday' post to show off and cheer each other on.

 Free Streaming Services

Looking for options to stream great Canadian films for free? Check out:

  • Watch Hot Docs at Home on CBC, a multiplatform festival-at-home experience providing Canadians with front-row access to titles from the 2020 Hot Docs Festival premiering Thursday nights starting today, April 16.
  • The Banff Centre for the Arts is bringing the epic adventure of the Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival to your home! Check out their website for a curated program of free short films that are available online, and updated often. 
  • The National Film Board hosts a smorgasbord of great Canadian films, documentaries and animations. Many are available for free!





Online Catalog

InterLibrary Loans