The La Petite-Patrie library building, featuring art deco architecture, was built in 1931. It was originally intended to house a theatre, a police station and a fire station. Today, the library shares the same address as the Maison de la Culture (arts centre).
Registration for activities
You can register for the various activities offered by the library by consulting the calendar below.
The Maison de la culture de Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie is located on the ground floor of the building.
The youth section of the library is on the first floor and the adult section is on the second floor. You can use the central staircase or the elevator to move between the different sections.
On the wall of the stairwell connecting the youth section to the adult section, you can admire a mural completed in December 2022 by local artist Thaïla Khampo.
- Please note that for now, you cannot get or renew an Accès Montréal card at a library. For more information,click here.
- Adults can reserve computer stations by phone (514-872-1733) or in person.
- A black and white printer and photocopier are available at a cost of $0.10 per page. Scanning to a USB key is free.
- Tables for individual work and relaxation areas are available on a drop-in basis
- Free Wi-Fi is also available.
- Materials in the collection are mainly in French, and include books in small and large print, audio books, movies, CDs, board games and video games.
- A digital piano is available on the adult floor. You can use it any time.
- The Grainothèque (in French) is a seed library. Drop off and take home flower, fruit, herb and vegetable seeds.
- La Petite-Patrie is also the only library to offerloans of canning equipment. Learn how to preserve your own food.
- Air conditioning
- Bike stand
- Drinking fountain
- Free Wi-Fi
- Access ramp
- Reserved parking spaces (permit)
- Credit card (MasterCard, Visa)
- Debit card
Visit the French page to see other events at this location.