Prince Township is located in the Algoma District, northwest of the city of Sault Ste. Marie, in the province of Ontario, Canada. It has a population of approximately 1,000 residents. Gros Cap is a community within Prince Township. It is situated on the shores of Lake Superior and renowned for hiking adventures.
For further information on Prince Township: princetownship.ca
The Prince Township Library is located in the Prince Township Community Centre. Opened in 1987, it is housed in the township’s former public elementary school. The library is operated by volunteers and overseen by a Library Board.
In addition to fiction and non-fiction print titles for adults, youths and children, the collection includes: audiobooks, e-books, large print books, movies, DVD’s, magazines, journals, etc. Inter-Library Loan services are available. There are public computer terminals and access to ancestry.com for those interested in genealogical research. Recommended reads and activities are noted on the website. A Book Club meets monthly and new members are welcomed.
The Friends of the Prince Township Library is a registered charity established in 1999 to raise funds for support and improvement purposes.
For further information:
The Prince Township Library
3042 Second Line West
Prince Township, Ontario P6A 6K4