Carlyle King Branch
Carlyle King was the first branch library to be part of a multi-purpose facility in Saskatoon. The branch was named in honour of Carlyle King who, in addition to a distinguished academic career, was actively involved in the Saskatchewan Library Advisory Council, the Saskatchewan Library Association and the Saskatoon Public Library Board (1955-1972).
How to use this Location
Make a trip to SPL a part of your day.
Stop in when you are at the Cosmo Civic Centre on Laurier Drive in Confederation to pick up something to read, watch or listen to. We have a play area, two dedicated educational computers for small children, comfortable reading areas and group study tables.
Carlyle King Branch is on the main floor of the Cosmo Civic Centre on Laurier Drive in Confederation. Free parking is available beside and behind the Cosmo Civic Centre. You get to the branch using public transit:
Route 2 (Meadowgreen)
Route 5 (McCormack)
Route 7 (Dundonald)
Route 9 (Riversdale)
Route 10 (Pleasant Hill)
Route 22 (City Centre/Montgomery)
Route 23 (Hampton/Blairmore)
Route 50 (Lakeview/University)
Route 60 (Confederation)
and Route 65 (Kensington).
- Public computers
- Children's computer
- Printing (black & white,10 cents per page)
- Photocopying (black & white, 10 cents per page)
We have auditoriums and meeting rooms available for rent. Book up to three months in advance to ensure your spot. Subsidized pricing is available for non-profit organizations
Group Loans and Class Tours
Book a tour with us, or set up a group loan for your classroom. With two weeks' notice, we can plan to present themed storytimes, library orientations and special programs.