Opening Hours
Crowsnest Community Library Hours

Sunday Closed

Monday 12:00PM - 4:00PM

Tuesday 9:00AM - 7:00PM

Wednesday 9:00AM - 7:00PM

Thursday 9:00AM - 7:00PM

Friday 9:00AM - 7:00PM

Saturday 12:00PM - 4:00PM

Location

Crowsnest Community Library

2114 127 Street PO Box 1177 Blairmore AB T0K 0E0

Location and Hours

map showing where the library is located
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May 02, 2024
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Alberta-wide Borrowing

Interlibrary Loan

Can’t find what you want in our catalogue? Search the collections of public libraries across Alberta using the Alberta Public Libraries Resource Sharing System.

Find and request items from other libraries, and they will be delivered to your library for checkout.

Getting Started with the Resource Sharing System

Still can’t find what you’re looking for? Contact Public Library Services Branch

If the item you’re looking for is newly published, suggest that your library buy it by using Suggest for Purchase.

ME Libraries

The ME Libraries service allows you to borrow materials in person at any public library in Alberta using your local library card. Sign up at melibraries.ca.

ME Account Terms and Conditions

Patrons using ME Libraries accounts to borrow items* from Chinook Arch member libraries agree to the following terms:

  • Loan periods, renewals, and borrowing limits vary depending on the individual Chinook Arch library’s local policies. 
  • In general, books have a loan period of 3 weeks, A/V materials have a loan period of 1 week. Some materials have extended loan periods including Book Club Kits which have a 6 week loan period.
  • Most Chinook Arch libraries do not limit the number of items that can be checked out at a time. Some exceptions do exist for special collections and at some Chinook Arch libraries. 
  • Holds placed by ME Libraries card users must be picked up by the user at a Chinook Arch library.
  • CNIB materials may only be checked out by borrowers with print disabilities.

*ebooks and other electronic content are not available to ME Libraries card users due to licensing restrictions.

The Alberta Library Card – access to academic and special libraries

Request a TAL card at your home library to borrow materials in person from any participating TAL library, including academic and government libraries. You can return borrowed materials at any participating TAL library.

Note that certain special collections may not be available through the TAL program. Loan periods and overdue fines may vary by library – ask the borrowing library for more information about their policies.