312 7th Avenue
The 4,250 square foot building is wheelchair accessible with power-assisted doors at the main entry.
PO Box 970
Tue: 10am – 5:30pm
Wed: 10am – 5:30pm
Thu: 10am – 8pm
Fri: 10am – 5:30pm
Sat: 10am – 5:30pm
Fiction and non-fiction, bestsellers and classics, the Virden branch has a wide array of reading material for all age levels. As well as printed books in regular and large print, the library stocks audiobooks on CDs, videos in DVD/BluRay format, magazines, and encyclopedias. The Virden branch is also a Public Registry for Government of Manitoba documents.
Also of interest is a special collection of local history books and documents, detailing the history of settlement in Virden and the surrounding area. Although the library is not an official archives, the staff can assist you with genealogical research within the scope of this local collection.
Public Access Internet
Border Regional Library offers 5 computers for public use at Virden branch at no cost.
Our staff offer a limited amount of help concerning computer use. Courses in basic computer literacy are offered periodically by APPLE (Association of Parents and Professionals for Literacy Education). Check out their facebook page or inquire at the circulation desk.
Printing is available at a charge of 25 cents per page for black, and 75 cents per page for colour.
A scanner is available for use free of charge.
The library first opened its doors to the public in this location in September of 1965.