Our mission at Vermilion Public Library is to provide and promote library and
information resources in a public space, welcoming and accessible to all.
About UsVermilion Public Library is a member of the Northern Lights Library System (NLLS). NLLS is one part of seven regional library systems across Alberta, helping deliver library services to all Albertans, regardless of where they live.
The Vermilion Public Library was established by the Frog Lake Chapter of IODE in 1931 with 113 books. In 1932 they officially founded the Vermilion Public Library and years later turned the library over to the town. From those modest beginnings to now, the IODE continues to support our Library.
The Vermilion Public Library is an integral part of the Town of Vermilion, serving as a primary source of educational, cultural and informational needs. From the public access computers to our collection of books, movies and audio-books, Vermilion Residents can be proud of their library.
The Vermilion Public Library is governed by a Library Board. The Board meets on the last Wednesday of of the month with the exceptions of July, August and December. The Board chairperson is Linden Lundback.
StaffStuart - Library Manager
Sheila - Programs Coordinator
Geraldine - Interlibrary Loans Coordinator
Michele - Technical Services
Rena - Circulation Assistant
Katrina - Library Page
Our PartnersVermilion Public Library is a member of the Vermilion Chamber of Commerce. By keeping in touch with the local business community we can showcase our resources to assist Vermilion and area residents.
The Vermilion Public Library regularly attends the Interagency Meetings held by CLASS. This lunch hour meeting is a great place to hear about local agencies, schools and service groups.
The Friends of the Vermilion Public Library is a dedicated group of individuals who support the library in many ways, including:
- Raising funds to donate to library specific projects
- Assisting the library through advocacy and promotion
- Volunteer work at the library