Haskell Free Library & Opera House
Founded in 1901, the Haskell Free Library & Opera House supports the cultural needs of the community on both sides of the Canada-U.S. border, in both English and French, through access to information, reading material, a broad range of library services, and programming, as well as the visual and performing arts. As a heritage building and cultural centre, the Haskell Free Library & Opera House plays a critical role in enriching the lives of its members and the community.
Canadians and Americans can use the library again! Canadian members are allowed to cross the border by using the sidewalk and the entrance on the American side. However, visitors must be aware of three things:
- You are encouraged to bring your documentation with you (as if you were crossing the border).
- Family reunions or any cross-border visits are not allowed inside the library.
- Every non-member must register when entering the library.