The Alice-Quintal Library is a world of discoveries for children, teens, adults and seniors.
Every family member will find something of interest in our collection of more than 50,000 documents, in French and in English.
You will find a large collection of books, audio and large print books, new mangas, magazines, newspapers, in French and English… Come see us to discover all of these hidden gems!
You can borrow digital books or reserve books any time with your file via our online catalog!
Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday: 10 am to 5 pm
Thursday and Friday: Noon till 8 pm
3643, Queen Street
Rawdon (Quebec) J0K 1S0
450 834-2596, ext. 7162
From the comfort of your own home, you can follow the news, borrow digital books, discover new passions and much more with our digital resources.
As part of the international ‘’Fine Free Library’’ movement, that aims to democratize access to library services and resources, late fees have been abolished!
You must return your books before you can borrow any new ones.
Membership to the Alice-Quintal Library is free of charge to Rawdon’s residents and tax payers (proof of identity and residency are required).
Non-resident membership: $40 per year;
Children under the age of 14 : the membership card must be signed by a parent or guardian. Must provide child’s medicare card and parent/guardian’s proof of residency;
Replacement of lost or damaged membership card: $5.00.
By registering, the member agrees to respect library rules.
Loans can be renewed twice at the library, by bringing the documents, by Internet with your PIN via the online catalog or by telephone.
Documents that are reserved or overdue cannot be renewed.
The member is responsible for all borrowed documents. No home repairs are allowed. The books are repaired by trained people with specialized equipment.
Any lost or damaged document must be reimbursed, including adminstration fees and applicable taxes.
Computers available on site
Access to high speed Internet and free WiFi
Black and white photocopying service
Mobile library for members 65 yrs and over, living in the seniors’ residences
Collection of pop can tabs, plastic ties (bread bags, milk bags), cell phones and laser and inkjet printer cartridges to fund MIRA dog training.