North Gloucester branch to close for improvements

Sep 12 2017

Ottawa – The North Gloucester branch of the Ottawa Public Library will be closed over two periods this fall for improvements. The first closure is from Monday, October 2 to Thursday, October 12, inclusive. The branch will reopen on Friday, October 13.

During the closures, the branch will be converted to Radio-Frequency Identification technology or RFID, and will receive a new point of service.

The book drops will be available during the closures.

The branch will be closed again in early November to complete RFID conversion. Dates of this second closure are to be confirmed.

To access library services during the closure, the nearest branches are St- Laurent (515 Côté) and Blackburn Hamlet (199 Glen Park).

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