Dalhousie Centennial Library

The Dalhousie Centennial Library is part of the New Brunswick Public Library system and is a branch of the Chaleur Library Region. In 1939, the Dalhousie Public Library was opened and served the community of Dalhousie and vicinity. Anxious to see the Dalhousie Public Library expanded, the Dalhousie Centennial Library was erected in 1967 in commemoration of Canada’s Confederation. The Town of Dalhousie, in co-operation with Restigouche County, the Province of New Brunswick and the Government of Canada, constructed this new library, which was officially opened on December 28, 1966. The Centennial library house the Restigouche Genealogical Society & its collection.

Hours of operations

Tuesday, : 9h30 am 12h00 pm / 1h00 pm to 5h00 pm

Weddnesday : 1h00 pm to 5h00 pm / 6h00 pm to 8h30 pm

Thursday : 9h30 am to 12h00 lm / 1h00 pm to 5h00 pm

Friday : 9h30 am to 12h00 pm / 1h00 pm to 5h00 pm

Saturday : 9h30 am to 12h00 pm / 1h00 pm to 5h00 pm

403 rue Adelaide St
New Brunswick
Postal Code:
E8C 1B6
(506) 684-7370

Upcoming Events

Monthly Committee meetings

Monday December 10, 2018

Santa - Père Noel

Wednesday December 19, 2018

Peewee AAA hockey tournament

Friday February 8, 2019