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The library in the Village of Markstay was located in the Hagar Township municipal building until restructuring took place in 1999. From 1999 to 2002, the Markstay Library was located in the former Markstay Community Hall and Arena on 21 Millichamp Street, in the ever-vigilant shadow of the watertower. In 2002, the Library was moved to its current location in the Markstay Public School.

The Warren Library began when the Warren Community Library Club was formed in the 1960's. Initially, the Sudbury Regional Library Board's travelling library visited the Village of Warren once a month. During the 1970's, books would be sent to patrons by mail or courier. In 1979, the Public Library Board was formed and through an agreement with the Sudbury Board of Education, the first Public Library in Warren was housed at the Warren Public School. In 2011, the Warren Library moved to its current location in the Markstay-Warren Multi-Use Facility at 39 Lafontaine Street.

Visit the webpage for the Markstay-Warren Public Library for current library hours and contact information.