The Belgrave Library was built in 1997, and with its cedar exterior blends with the local setting.The high ceiling creates a light and spacious feel. The internal stained glass windows were originally housed in the Shire of Sherbrooke offices. Belgrave is very much a focal point for the community. The library is the only branch within ERLC that holds music scores. Adult activities and Storytimes are held regularly.
Reynolds Lane Belgrave, 3160
Free, restricted parking immediately at the front of the library. Unlimited parking in the carpark. Two accessible parking spaces to the left of the library entrance.
Approach to main entrance: Easy access from car park and street. Wheelchair and pram access from the carpark (automatic doors). Internal access: The library is on one level. Accessibility for wheelchairs and prams is good. There is clear navigation with signs. Catalogues are on high tables. Wheelchair access to Self Check Kiosks.
- Public toilets: Male/Female/Accessible, baby change
- Photocopier: Black&White, Colour
- Internet: Seven public access Internet PCs (includes one 10-minute PC)
- Special Collections – Music Scores
- Community Room available for hire
Share your love of reading with others in this informal discussion group. Library staff will join in and show you some new books too.
When: 3rd Wednesday of the Month 10:30am
Where: Belgrave Library, Reynolds Lane, Belgrave
Evening Writers Group.
When: Meets 1st, 3rd & 5th Thursdays of the month 7-9pm
Where: Belgrave Library, Reynolds Lane, Belgrave.
Adult themes may be discussed
Ph: Alex 9758 0038