With a SILS (Saskatchewan Integrated Library System) Library Card you will have the ability to check out library books from over 300 public libraries throughout the province.
How to Get a Library Card
Getting a library card is simple and free
For those over the age of 14, you will need two pieces of ID, including proof of address. Those under 14 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian when registering and the parent must have ID for the child and themselves.
**Replacement cards are $3.00
Loan Periods & Renewals
Books 21 days
Limit: 100 Renewals: Twice
High Demand Items 14 days
Limit: 5 Renewals: None
Audio Books 21 days Limit:30 Renewals: Twice
CDs 21 days
Limit: 30 Renewals: Twice
DVDs 7 days
Limit: 20 Renewals: Twice
Video Games 7 days
Limit: 20 Renewals: None
Varies, check with the Library
**Most items can be renewed up to two times, unless someone else places a hold on that item. Your items can be renewed at the library, over the phone, or online at www.southeast.lib.sk.ca. Magazines and high demand items cannot be renewed.
Late fees were introduced to the SERL system April 1, 2010. Charges are set province wide and these funds go towards strengthening our electronic information, resources, and services. The fee schedule is as follows:
Adult Materials, Magazines, CD's and Audio books:
$0.30/day to a per item cap of $6.30
Young Adult Materials:
$0.20/day to a per item cap of $4.20
DVDs and Video Games:
$1.00/day to a $7.00 cap per item.
Juvenile materials do not have overdue charges assessed.
**Charges totaling $10.00 or greater left unpaid will lead to a suspension of library usage, including the public computers.