The Library has a large collection of materials in its
Brighton and Codrington branches and in its Digital
Library. This includes:
To search our collection, please visit our
online catalogue. Our ebook
collection and our other digital
resources can be accessed via the Library's public
access computers, as well as from the convenience of your
Do you need a library card? Join the Library today! »
The Brighton Public Library is pleased to partner with the Stirling M.I.L.L to give residents access to over 200 musical instruments!
Click here for the loan policy
Click here for the patron registration form
Click here for the non-resident registration form
Community Meeting Space (available for booking)
Please book the space in person at the library or by printing the request form and emailing it to Heather at firstname.lastname@example.org Bookings are not finalized until the CEO has reviewed and confirmed them.
We are a certifified Supporting Homeschool Friendly Library Learning at Home Our Staff Have Been Trained by an experienced homeschooling coach to better understand:
* The nature of home-based
learning in Canada
* The types of services that
support learning at home
* Common Programs and
curriculums used by
* How our resources can be
best used for learning at
If the library does not have the item you are looking for we can try to borrow it from another library. As a member of the provincial interlibrary loan network our library can request material from other libraries and have it delivered to the Brighton Public Library for your use.
Please note: we cannot request material that is less than 1 year old.
You can order interlibrary loans using our online form found here.
You can also order interlibrary loans yourself provided you have a valid library card. If you want to check the availability of the book you are looking for, you can search through INFOntario https://info.vdxhost.com
For more information on our Interlibrary Loan services, please contact us
Any resident of the Municipality of Brighton is entitled to a free library card!
You must show identification with your name and current address for a library membership.
Children up to and including the age of 15 must have a parent or guardian sign the back of the card, acknowledging that they are responsible for damaged or lost items checked out on the minor's card.
Library memberships may be purchased by Non-Residents:
Annual Non-Resident Family Membership - $25.00
Annual Non-Resident Single Membership - $20.00
Six Month Non-Resident Membership - $10.00
There is not an online registration option at this time,
Visit one of our branches or give us a call at
Patrons are expected to present their cards at the
circulation desk when signing out library materials.
Report a lost or stolen library card immediately.
Replacement cards are available for a $1.00 charge.
Most circulating materials may be borrowed for 3 weeks,
with the exception of DVDs, Video Games or Special
Collections such as local history.
Patrons may renew materials for additional loan period
provided the materials have not been reserved by another
return all library materials on time. Items can be
returned to the Circulation Desk when the library is open
or in the drop box which is located at the front door of
the library. There is also a drop box at the Codrington
Patrons are responsible for materials while on loan to them. A patron who loses or damages library material shall be required to pay replacement costs. Any charges in excess of $5.00 will result in loss of borrowing privileges, once the balance is below $5.00, the privileges will be reinstated.
Any material that is overdue 60+ days will result in replacement cost being added to the record.
The Brighton Public Library Board recognizes that internet
access is an essential part of participation in Canadian
society and culture, and provides public access to the
internet to fulfill its commitment to equitable access to
Internet workstations are situated in public areas shared by Library users of all ages. Users are required to use the Internet in accordance with this environment and with consideration for other Library users. Patrons using the internet are subject to federal and provincial legislation regulating Internet use, including the provisions of the Criminal Code. The use of the Library's Internet services for illegal purposes is prohibited, and may result in prosecution.
Please read the Library's Internet Use Policy
BPL ’s wireless network is not secure; BPL cannot guarantee the safety of traffic across its wireless network. The library does not assume any responsibility for the configuration, security or files on personal laptops resulting from connection to the library’s network.
Printing is available from the following sources: