Support The Library
Library Board Members
- Cythnia Sloychuk, Board Chair
- Marie Manning, Vice Chair
- Vicky Lefebvre
- Darren Robson
- Daryl Gilroy
- Emily Heyne
- Donald Cassidy
- Jamie Purkiss
- Jeannette Hatta
The Cold Lake Library Board meets the fourth Monday of each month at 4:30 pm in the Program Room at the South Branch. If you are interested in being on the library board see the application for more details. Exception: Next meeting is October 1, 2018
Leslie Price: 780- 594-5101
Friends of the Cold Lake Public Library
Any member of the Cold Lake Public Library may be a member of the Friends. There is no membership fee. All that is required is an interest in the library, the willingness to share creative ideas, and the initiative to undertake projects which will help fund projects in the library.
The Friends meet the third Thursday of the month at 1:30 in the South Branch. Please contact Leslie Price at 780-594-5101 for more information. The public is welcome to attend.
Honey (not pasteurized) is from Parkland Honey Farms in Goodsoil, Saskatchewan. Available at both branches of the library
- 500 g liquid honey: 5.00
- 1 kg liquid honey: 10.00
- 2 kg liquid honey: 17.50
- 3 kg liquid honey: 25.00
- 500 g creamed honey: 5.00
- 1 kg creamed honey: 10.00
- 2 kg creamed honey: 17.50
- 3 kg creamed honey: 25.00
Cotton Candy Machine Rental
For larger parties and fund raising events, call Gayle Harmon at (780) 594-7425 or leave your name and contact information at either branch of the Cold Lake Public Library.
People of all ages love candy floss. Choose from three flavors of delicious candy floss.
Pricing:$75.00 includes rental of the cotton candy machine, a container of floss, and 80 cones.
Please note, a refundable damage deposit of 100.00 (cheque) is required.
Books for Sale
Both branches of the library have assorted books, magazines and movies for sale. The books are not priced. We just ask for a cash donation at the front desk.
Both branches of the Cold Lake Public Library have a variety of Avon products on display for sale. A percent of the sales go toward library programs and materials.