“Building Communities”

Co-Chaired by Richard W. Pound and W. David Angus, the second phase of the Capital Campaign aims to complete the renovation of our heritage building. Learn more

Latest News

Office for Lease — Ideal for one or two people

Available for lease immediately is a 270-square-foot room on the ground floor of our centrally-located building.
Please click here for more information on this attractive and versatile space, or contact Liona Davies at
514-935-7344 or ldavies@atwaterlibrary.ca.

Volunteers Wanted

We have several volunteer openings and encourage people interested to click here for more information.

Calling Gardeners!

Gardening in a small place this year? Why not check out Square Foot Gardening: A New Way to Garden in Less Space with Less Work by Mel Bartholomew. And while you’re in our building, you can get packets of seeds for free. See our Seed Library display in the main lobby.

Library’s Windows are being Conserved

We are partway through the process of conserving the windows in our 1919 heritage building. In late 2016 and 2017 the exterior of our main-floor arched windows and upstairs windows on three facades were done. The $400,000 cost was covered half by generous private donors and half by Parks Canada’s National cost-sharing program for heritage places.

Once the exterior windows are completed, we hope to tackle repairs to the masonry. The necessary funding has yet to be raised.

Living History Collection

Wanda Potrykus, a participant in our seniors-led Living History Collection project, has written a series of articles for WestmountMag.ca online: “Birth of a local living history collection” — part 1part 2, part 3, part 4 and part 5.

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