Loan Periods & Fines

Collection Description Circulation Policy Fine Rate
Audiobooks The growing audio book collection currently has over 175 items. 3 weeks 25¢ per day.
Max $1.50 per item.If a number of books are returned at one time the maximum fine is $5.00.
Books The library currently has over 10,000 books including children’s picture and easy-read books, Junior fiction and non-fiction, and Young adult fiction and non-fiction books. Adult fiction books include Romance, Mystery, Western, and Science fiction genres. A large selection of non-fiction books include sections on cooking, gardening, home decorating and renovating, landscaping, health, history, religion and spirituality, amongst others. The library has its own extensive collection of Large Print books, which continues to grow. 3 weeks 25¢ per day.
Max $1.50 per item.If a number of books are returned at one time the maximum fine is $5.00.
Computer Programs
PHOTOSHOP program is available to edit your digital photography. Please inquire with Librarian for usage.
Magazines The library subscribes to over 18 magazines including Better Homes and Gardens, Manitoba Gardener, Good Times, Canadian Living, Country Woman, Reminisce, MacLean’s, Canadian Geographic, National Geographic plus many more. 3 weeks 25¢ per day.
Max $1.50 per item.If a number of books are returned at one time the maximum fine is $5.00.
DVD/Video Manitou Regional Library has a growing selection of DVDs along with a selection of videos for both adults and children.

1 week

Five DVD’s or videos can be borrowed at one time for each membership card.

$1.00 per library day, not to exceed $5.00.
Talking Books Rotating blocks of talking books for the visually impaired are received from Public Library Services on a regular basis. 3 weeks
Projector Projector rental is available for a fee of $20.00 for a one week period. A refundable $100.00 deposit is required.

Library items can be renewed by phoning the library, emailing the library or accessing your online account. To access your account, please contact the library to obtain your Patron ID and password.