Swan River, Manitoba

Ingles, Ernie; Jackson, Carrie
June 2010
Feliciter;2010, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p125
The article offers information on Northwest Regional Library, a public library situated in Swan River area in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Apart from other cultural insignia the community of Swan River features the library. The library was opened in 1965. The library was instituted after a library vote was passed approving a library in both communities including Benito and Swan River. Swan River library which got a new building in 1971 became a huge success with diverse range of books.


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