Due to COVID-19, the library must unfortunately cancelled its activities.
The Chelsea Library also offers a multitude of activities, events and exhibitions as a cultural venue for everybody.
Thanks to the employees and its many volunteers, your library offers a wide range of programs all year round!
The Chelsea Library would like to thank the Leacross Foundation for enabling the library to acquire several new books including those by authors and illustrators Kevin Sylvester and Amélie Montplaisir.
Last March, during the 12th edition of Authors' Week, these artists were invited to come and meet the youth of the municipality at the library. Unfortunately, the activity was cancelled due to the exceptional situation surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.
We still invite you to discover these artists by borrowing their books through the contactless loan service.
You can find out more about Kevin Sylvester and Amélie Montplaisir by clicking on the links below:
About the Leacross Foundation
The Leacross Foundation believes that education must be accessible to all. For this reason, the foundation partners with public libraries to increase learning for women and children.
The English book club members have decided to meet every Tuesday of the month outdoors for the moment.
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Eleanor Oliphant by Gail Honeyman
Normal People by Sally Rooney
The Henna Artist by Alka Joshi
Olive Again by Elizabeth Strout
The Glass Hotel by Emily St. John Mandel
This is Happiness by Niall Williams
The Testaments by Margaret Atwood
Picking Berries by Brian Doyle
Waking Lions by Ayelet Gundar-Goshen
Titles for the next year to be decide
The french book club will meet in the basement of the library.
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La chance de leur vie of Agnès Desarthe
Nous, les vivants of Olivier Bleys
Les prénoms épicènes of Amélie Nothomb
Pas même le bruit d’un fleuve of Hélène Dorion
Anouk'chet, une fillette au pays de Khmers rouges of Henriette Levasseur
Kuessipan of Naomi Fontaine
La vie secrète de écrivains of Guillaume Musso
Le boys club of Martine Delvaux
L'usage de mes jours of Francine Noël
Pottery by Martine Campeau
You will be able to attend the pottery exhibition at the library this fall (dates to be announced) during regular library hours.
The library offers exhibition spaces available for artists wishing to exhibit their work.
For more information, please contact the library technician Samuel C. Lambert:
819-827-4019 | firstname.lastname@example.org.