Employment Opportunity

Assistant Librarian – position available

Position: Assistant Librarian – job share

Hanover Public Library serves a busy town of 7,700 in a rural area of Grey-Bruce, Ontario. The library occupies one level of the downtown Civic Centre, along with municipal offices, Community Hall and Theatre. The Assistant Librarian is responsible for providing the full scope of library services to the public, employing excellent customer service skills. The
Assistant Librarian is responsible for interlibrary loans, adult collection management & development, programming for adults and provides support for the public using computers and the Internet. Responsibilities include planning, development, organization and implementation of adult programmes and events, community outreach initiatives, marketing, and promotion. The Assistant Librarian works in a team assisting the Chief Librarian with planning, organization, management and administration, in assigned areas of responsibility.

This position is a job share with a senior staff member who will mentor and develop the successful candidate. Duties will include the full range of professional tasks, balanced with the other incumbent according to schedule, experience and talent.


  • Post-secondary education such as a Masters in Library Science is an asset or Library and Information Technician Diploma
  • Completion of a certified course in library cataloguing, such as SOLS Advanced Excel or within credits for academic qualification
  • Current Membership of at least one Canadian professional library organization, or professional subscription.


  • Four (4) years’ experience working in public library services
  • Five (5) years’ experience at a management level
  • Thorough knowledge of public library operation and management
  • Some experience creating, marketing and managing events and programming for adults
  • Familiar with automated Integrated Library Management systems
  • Experience creating and managing MARC catalogue records in an automated system

Skills and Abilities

  • Has thorough knowledge of public library operation and management as normally gained through a library degree or diploma
  • Is familiar with the Public Libraries Act and other legislation affecting library services
  • Is competent with Windows, Microsoft Office, Internet, social networks and email
  • Should demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to deliver exceptional customer service
  • Has experience creating and running events/programming for adults
  • Has effective oral and written communication skills in English, with the ability to establish and maintain friendly and effective working relationships with customers, employees, volunteers, community groups and other agencies
  • Has thorough knowledge of popular fiction and non-fiction authors, reading trends, and ability to achieve a balanced library collection to meet the needs of the community
  • Wide range of reading interests and ability to assess and guide people’s reading development.


Monday to Friday and occasional Saturday/Sunday shifts, subject to change. Total hours 35 per week between two job share partners, anticipated 16-19 hours per week each. Prorated paid vacation and sick days apply to this job-share position.
Remuneration as per the current Town of Hanover Salary Grid, Group 8. ($24.48-$28.46 per hour)

Qualified applicants are invited to submit a cover letter and resume by email, mail, or in person by 5:00pm on

Tuesday, September 28, 2021.

To: Agnes Rivers-Moore

CEO / Chief Librarian

Hanover Public Library

451 10th Ave,

Hanover, ON, N4N 2P1

Tel: 519.364.1420 | Fax: 519.364.1747

Email: arm@hanover.ca | Web: hanoverlibrary.ca

The Hanover Public Library is an equal opportunity employer. In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 and the Ontario Human Rights Code, we will provide accommodations throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process to applicants with disabilities.

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Get my Vaccination Receipt Printed

Pharmacy Vaccine Locations

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Frequently Asked Questions

Grey Bruce Public Health Unit is offering pop-up and mobile clinics for the COVID-19 vaccine. Clinics may be offered as Drive-in or Walk-in. Select pharmacies are offering the COVID-19 vaccine, for first and second doses. See below for list of pharmacies in Hanover offering the COVID-19 vaccine.

Who can get the vaccine?

  • Anyone aged 12 and older

Where can I find out when vaccine clinics are happening?

Check the Weekly Clinic Schedule by scrolling to bottom of the page and select weekly vaccine schedule in Grey Bruce in the Vaccine Dashboard box.

How do I book my appointment?

By Phone: Call the Provincial number: 1-888-999-6488

Online:  https://ontario.ca/bookvaccine

Walk-in Appointments

Walk-in without appointment will be available as supply allows. Follow the Grey Bruce Public Health Facebook page or Grey Bruce Public Health Unit Twitter Feed for drop-in clinic announcements and updates (including when drop-in clinics close).

How do I get my vaccine receipt to show I got a COVID-19 vaccine?

If you provided an email address when you booked your vaccine appointment, your receipt will be emailed to you. Library staff can help you to print a copy in the library or help you to use our remote printing service.

If you did not provide an email address you can log in to the provincial portal to download or print an electronic COVID-19 vaccine receipt (PDF) for each dose you have received.

Receipts are available:

  • for first and second doses received in Ontario (once you get them)
  • regardless of where you were vaccinated (for example, at a mass immunization clinic, hospital, pharmacy or primary care setting)

To use the provincial portal to get your receipt, you will need:

  • green photo health (OHIP) card (you will need numbers from both the front and back of the card, expired cards will be accepted)
  • your date of birth
  • your postal code (the one associated with your health card)

Visit: https://covid19.ontariohealth.ca/

If you have a red and white health card, call the Provincial Vaccine Booking Line at 1-833-943-3900. The call centre agent can email you a copy of your receipt.

Pharmacy Vaccine Locations in Hanover


Address: 342 10th Street | Phone: 519-364-2300

Vaccine Type: Moderna (age 18 and older)

Book online: https://www.rexall.ca/covid-19/vaccines

Loblaw Pharmacy (Grant’s Your Independent Grocer)

Address: 832 10th Street | Phone: 519-364-4661

Vaccine Type: Pfizer (age 12 or older)

Book online: https://covid19.yourhealthmattershere.ca/en?navid=flyout-L1-COVID-19

Shoppers Drug Mart

Address: 895 10th Street | Phone: 519-364-3141

Vaccine Type: Pfizer (age 12 or older)

Book online: https://covid-19.shoppersdrugmart.ca/en

Wal-Mart Pharmacy

Address: 1100 10th Street | Phone: 519-364-0645

Vaccine Type: Moderna (age 18 and older)

Book online: https://www.walmart.ca/en/covid19-vaccinations-centre-info


Address: 118 7th Avenue, Unit 101 | Phone: 519-364-4422

Vaccine Type: Moderna (age 18 and older)

Book online: https://hanoverpharmasave.medmeapp.ca/schedule

Frequently Asked Questions

Requirement for Proof of Vaccination in Certain Settings: Frequently Asked Questions


Is transportation available to get to clinics?

  • Call 211 and ask about transportation.
  • GTR Transportation: https://bit.ly/2SvZcZ8 for routes and fares.
  • Do you have a physical disability or mobility issue and no access to safe transportation during COVID-19? The Accessible Drive to Vaccines Program provides door-to-door rides to vaccination sites for people with disabilities, including seniors with mobility issues, who face challenges accessing safe transportation. For more information or to Request a Ride.

Who is eligible for a third dose?

On August 17, 2021, the province announced updates to many vaccine strategies, including Ontario’s Updated COVID-19 Vaccination Eligibility (third dose and more to select qualifying groups) – Public Health will not be administering these vaccines. Your physician or specialist will be in touch to schedule the vaccine. Do not call to try to get one.  Proof of qualification will be required to get this 3rd dose.

Eligible groups are:

  • Transplant recipients (including solid organ transplant and hematopoietic stem cell transplants)
  • Patients with hematological cancers (examples include lymphoma, myeloma, leukemia) on active treatment (chemotherapy, targeted therapies, immunotherapy) for malignant hematologic disorders
  • Recipients of an anti-CD20 agent (e.g. rituximab, ocrelizumab, ofatumumab)
  • Residents of high-risk congregate settings including long-term care homes, higher-risk licensed retirement homes and First Nations elder care lodges

Do I still have to practice public health measures like wearing a mask and physical distancing after I’m vaccinated?

Yes. Until a vaccine is widely available and a large percentage of the population becomes immune to COVID-19, we all have to continue to follow public health measures and rules for our region and continue to take everyday actions to help stop the spread of the virus. Why?

  • While the vaccine(s) offers protection against COVID-19, there is not sufficient data yet on prevention of transmission.
  • It takes time for a vaccine to develop its protective effects (i.e. a month or longer).
  • We are still experiencing high COVID-19 infection rates, which has placed intense strain on our hospitals and health systems, as well as the health care workers who have been on the front lines of this crisis for many months.
  • Not everyone will get the vaccine, meaning there will still be a risk of transmission.
  • For more information: About COVID-19 Vaccines (publichealthgreybruce.on.ca)

For these reasons it is important that everyone, including those who have been vaccinated, continue to physical distance, wear a mask when we can, and wash/sanitize our hands frequently.

For more vaccine information:

Visit Grey Bruce Public Health website:


Call the Grey Bruce Health Unit Vaccine Information Line:


Contact the library if you need assistance booking your appointment!

Borrow the internet

Hanover Public Library is launching a new technology service with the help of local Hanover business, Electrical Contacts Limited.

You can now “borrow the internet” with your library card! The library has purchased 6 Kajeet SmartSpots to lend to library members who may not have internet at home or lack reliable broadband internet.

The Kajeet SmartSpot is a portable wireless hotspot that you can borrow from the Library. It can provide free internet access using the Bell or Rogers cellular network to Wi-Fi enabled smartphones, tablets, and PCs. They are perfect for you to use at home, away, or on-the-go anywhere in Ontario!

Library customers just need a Wi-Fi-ready device, such as a smartphone, tablet, or laptop to use this electronic device.

What is a SmartSpot?

A SmartSpot is a small portable device that connects your laptops, smartphones, tablets or other wireless-capable devices to the internet through a mobile phone network. Just as you can use the wireless network in the library, you can now carry that connection with you to access the internet on the go. The Kajeet SmartSpot comes in a kit. The kit includes a SmartSpot, a charging cable and power adaptor along with instructions for connecting and troubleshooting.

What Can I do with a SmartSpot?

Connect multiple devices to the internet, wherever you are! Work, learn or communicate online.

Where will it work? Anywhere in Ontario that is covered by the Bell or Rogers cellular network. So you can use it in the park, at the cottage, while you travel or at home.

Borrowing and returning

Loan Period: 14 Days

Holds: Allowed

Renewals: Not allowed

Eligibility: Full library membership in good standing. An adult must sign the User Agreement.

Borrowing & returning: In person – You must sign the Kajeet SmartSpot User Agreement at checkout. Please do not place SmartSpots in the book drop. We ask that you return the SmartSpot kit in good condition, fully charged, and give it directly to staff to prevent damage.

Overdue and replacement fees

Overdue fees: $1.00 per day to a maximum of $200.00; Data is turned off the day after the SmartSpot is due.

Replacement charges for lost or damaged items:

  • SmartSpot: $200.00 (Other parts: up to $50.00)

Borrower Responsibilities

Please remember that data usage is shared – be considerate in your choice of activities. Each of these activities uses approximately 1 GB of data.

  • Browse the web for about 12 hours or 600 webpages
  • Read about 2000 email messages
  • Meet in Zoom at 720p with a group for 1 hour
  • Listen to or watch about:
    • 30 minutes to 2 hours of video depending on its quality OR
    • 35 eBooks / 3 audiobooks from Libby OR
    • 1 hour of YouTube at 720p OR
    • 15 hours of online radio or podcasts

As you can see, using the devices for audio/visual entertainment will use the Library’s shared data pool and your portion of it very quickly.

In borrowing the SmartSpot, you are acknowledging that you have read, understood and agreed to all of the terms in the Kajeet SmartSpot User Agreement.

Electrical Contacts Ltd logo on borrow the internet post.

Thank You Electrical Contacts Limited

This new service has been made possible by a very generous donation from Electrical Contacts Limited. ECL, a long standing Hanover business is truly invested in supporting our library and our community. ECL has previously donated to our library at our 2018 Art Gala as a Gold level sponsor, and in 2020 when we were unable to run our regular book sale fundraiser. We would not be able to provide this new service without their support. Thank you so much ECL for your donation!  

ECL Donation being presented by Tammy Louther.
Tammy Louther of ECL presenting the donation.

Contactless Holds Pick-Up

Contactless holds pick up is fast and easy! 

Bag image for contactless holds pickup
  • Fast grab and go contactless service
  • Holds are already checked out to you
  • Bags are placed alphabetically on the lobby shelves
  • Limit of 3 people at a time in the lobby and 14 people in the library
  • Masks & physical distancing (2 m. apart) will be required 
  • Appointments are recommended
  • Outdoor curbside service is available by request

How do I make requests?

  • Place requests using the library’s online Koha catalogue or by email or by phone 519-364-1420
  • Learn how to place holds on Koha
  • Not sure what you want to read? Let us choose for you!
  • You will be notified by phone or email when your holds are ready
  • Appointments are recommended, please call ahead or follow the link provided in your email

Returning borrowed items

  • Please use the exterior library drop box beside the West (10th Avenue) entrance 
  • Returns can also be placed in the drop box at the front service counter
  • Please do not hand returns to staff
  • All library materials will be sanitized and quarantined for a minimum of 24 hours. Staff will observe all necessary safety precautions in handling materials

Library Browsing is Back!

COME INSIDE! In Library browsing is back!!! 

See the library shelves again! We are open for: browsing the shelves, borrowing books, using computers & more!

See and choose items to borrow

  • Browse the library shelves again
  • Be mindful to keep your distance from others
  • No appointment needed

Computer and Wi-Fi internet access

  • Free Wi-Fi available inside the library; drop in, short stay please
  • Use the library computers!
  • To use our computers you must book an appointment
  • Computer use will be limited to 45 minutes
  • Computer workstations will be sanitized between appointments
  • Computer help with William – appointment required

Printing, copying and other courtesy services

  • Use Pinch to remotely print in advance then pick up by appointment
  • Learn how remote printing works
  • Photocopying, faxing and scan to email services
  • Purchase bag tags, pick up maps, tourist information, obituary research
  • Pickup of council packages – by prior arrangement to prepare a copy
  • Please call ahead of your visit

But there’s still some restrictions to keep everyone safe:

  • Capacity limit of 14 people in the library
  • Masks will be required
  • Physical distancing (2m.) will be required 
  • One person at the service counter at a time
  • Library staff will sanitize between customers

Additional services still available :

  • Staff will prepare selections for you (by request)
  • Contactless indoor Express holds pick up (without appointment)
  • Curbside holds pick up (by request, appointment needed)
  • Place holds online or by phone or email
  • See instructions on How to place holds on Koha

The following services will not be available yet:

  • Local history room (ask staff for assistance to see materials)
  • Magazines and newspapers
  • Exam proctoring
  • Indoor programming 

Library Update on COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Hanover Public Library is monitoring the outbreak of COVID-19. Daily reports on the status of cases are available from Grey Bruce Public Health Homepage. See that here https://www.publichealthgreybruce.on.ca/

Our organization will follow recommendations and guidance from The Grey Bruce Public Health Unit, The Town of Hanover, The Province of Ontario, and the Government of Canada during this ongoing situation.

Currently Available Library Services

Indoor pick up of library materials and limited other services have resumed. Appointments are required for most services, please call before you come.

Effective July 5, 2021, the Hanover Civic Centre (including Hanover Public Library) will reopen to the public, with restrictions. All public entering the building will be required to wear a mask at all times unless exempt under O. Reg. 364/20.

Please read how does indoor pick up work and what to expect when you come.

Other ways we can help:

Library Response to COVID-19:

Our online services are always available. You can explore our ebooks, audiobooks, movies, music and more through https://hanoverlibrary.ca/e-resources/ All you need is your library card number.

This page will be updated throughout this developing situation. 

Remember, do your part to help prevent the spread of COVID-19:

  • Get 2 doses of an approved COVID-19 Vaccine
  • Wash your hands often and well.
  • Avoid touching your face, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Wear a mask in public places.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Clean and disinfect high-touch surfaces and equipment.
  • Stay at home and away from others if you are feeling unwell.
  • You must self-isolate for 14 days when you return from travelling.


The following are trusted resources to keep yourself informed and find supports for yourself, family and friends during COVID-19.

Local Businesses and Services

Businesses adapting to serve Hanover bit.ly/InThisTogetherHanover

Grey County businesses & services map

Ontario – essential workplaces and business restrictions https://www.ontario.ca/page/list-essential-workplaces

Community Supports

Help for seniors and vulnerable people to get meals or essentials delivered https://www.ontariocommunitysupport.ca/

The Do connects people who need assistance with people wanting to volunteer http://www.thedo.ca/

Mental Health Resources

Wellness Together Canada: Mental Health and Substance Use Support https://ca.portal.gs/

Mental health and the COVID-19 pandemic http://www.camh.ca/covid19

Grey Bruce Public Health Unit

COVID-19 health line 1-800-263-3456 ext. 3000

Grey Bruce Public Health Unit Web page https://www.publichealthgreybruce.on.ca/

Grey Bruce Public Health Unit COVID-19 Information Page https://www.publichealthgreybruce.on.ca/COVID-19

Face masks required in indoor locations https://www.publichealthgreybruce.on.ca/About-Us/MOH-Class-Orders

How to safely use a non-medical mask or face covering

Outbreaks in hospitals and seniors homes https://www.publichealthgreybruce.on.ca/Your-Health/Infectious-Diseases/Outbreaks

Talking to Kids about COVID-19

Province of Ontario

Ontario Telehealth Phone number 1-866-797-0000

Status of cases in Ontario, affected areas, symptoms, testing and advice https://covid-19.ontario.ca/

Detailed case data for Ontario. Graphs and tables of COVID-19 data by status, location, infection source, age, gender, hospitalizations and number of tests. https://covid-19.ontario.ca/data

Coronavirus information in other languages

Government of Canada

Current national outbreak updates, risk information and other resources

World Health Organization


Hand Hygiene tips

The best way to protect yourself and others, with video

Further research & reading

Know the risks of COVID and how to avoid them https://www.erinbromage.com/post/the-risks-know-them-avoid-them

Shoes for lost Indigenous children

Shoes on library steps in memorial for Indigenous children.

Across Canada, people are expressing their horror and outrage at the discovery of 215 unidentified Indigenous children buried at a residential school in Kamloops. This heartbreaking news comes just before the start of June, which is Indigenous History Month.

Hanover Public Library and The Town of Hanover wish to support the nationwide movement to mourn these children through placing shoes on the steps of our Civic Centre as a memorial. Anyone wishing to contribute to this expression of grief may place shoes to honour these 215 and all Indigenous children who lost their lives when they should have been safe and cared for. And also to acknowledge the continuing pain of their families and all survivors of residential school.

Family visiting memorial on library steps.

This visible image honouring the young victims lost is intended to raise awareness of these atrocities, act as a focal point for mourning all the vanished children, and as a promise to do better in our future dealings with First Nations and all Indigenous people.

See more information here:



Library books about Indigenous Matters including Residential School:  https://koha.hanoverlibrary.ca/cgi-bin/koha/opac-shelves.pl?op=view&shelfnumber=345

Resources Available

  • Indian Residential Schools Resolution Health Support Program 24/7 support to anyone who was directly or indirectly affected by residential schools, 60’s scoop, or the day schools 1-866-925-4419
  • Talk 4 Healing – culturally grounded, fully confidential helpline for Indigenous women available in 14 languages all across Ontario 1-855-554-HEAL
  • Hope for Wellness – immediate help to all Indigenous peoples across Canada 24/7 1-855-242-3310 or online chat at hopeforwellness.ca
  • CMHA Crisis Response Line (Grey-Bruce): 1-877-470-5200

How to place holds on Koha

How to place holds using the online catalogue

It’s easy to request or “place holds” online! Here are the 4 basic steps:

First of all, if you don’t have a username and password for your library account, or you’ve forgotten it, get in touch! You can call us at (519)364-1420 or e-mail hanpub@hanover.ca.

Once you’re set up with a username and password, visit the library’s website: hanoverlibrary.ca

Step 1: Find Koha

On the left side of the page, you will see a light blue square with the word “koha” on it. Click on that.

screen shot how to place holds first step

Step 2: Log in to your account

On the right hand side of the screen is a place for you to sign into your account. Enter your username and password and click log in.

Log in to your account screen shot how to place holds log in screen

Step 3: Find items to place on hold

Now you can see what is available and place holds on items you would like to borrow. You can search by title, author, or subject.

Browse the quick links

If you want to see what is new in the library collection, click on Home then scroll down to the listing of links to new titles and popular quick links.

screen shot how to place holds quick links screen

Or use the search bar

Or use the search bar to search for a specific item. We will search for Summer Island by Kirstin Hannah.

screen shot how to place holds. simple search bar

Click on the title to read more about the item or simply click on “Place hold”.

how to place holds screen shot results summer island

Step 4: Place the hold

Click on “Place hold” to put the desired title on hold.

how to place holds page screen shot  detail page summer island

Click on “Confirm hold”

how to place holds. screen shot confirm hold screen.

You will now see the confirmation page.

how to place holds. screen shot summary screen.

You will receive an phone call or e-mail when the item is ready for you to pick up.

Changing your password

If you are signing into your account for the first time you should change your password. You should change your password to something only you know. Scroll down your account page until you see the link “Change my password”, and click on that.

how to place holds.screen shot change your password screen.

Ready to place your holds? Choose a selection below!

Order Curbside Pickup

Curbside Pickup is available

Bag image for contactless pickupThe Library is here for you! To help keep you learning and entertained Hanover Public Library is pleased to announce that contactless curbside pickup of library material is available.  We can also arrange pickup of tourism brochures, bag tags, community surveys, municipal council meeting packages, and pages you print remotely through Princh.  See the pickup process below, and call us for details!

To borrow library materials using curbside pickup you must have a Hanover Library membership. If you need to join the library or renew your library membership please call or email the library.

How it Works

Requesting items

Not sure what to request? Ask us for a GRAB BAG. Let us know by phone or email what you want, for example 3 Western novels, books on Lawn Care and Growing Annuals, 7 movies on DVD, or 5 Picture Books and we’ll pick a selection for you. 

Arranging Pickup

Pickup is by appointment only.

Pickup times will be arranged in advance by library staff (call us) or through the online booking system Appointlet.

How to make a pick up appointment with the online booking system Appointlet

  • When you receive your e-mail notification that an item you had placed on hold is ready for pick-up, there will be a link to the library’s Appointlet system. Click on the link.
  • Enter your name and e-mail address. Select a time you wish to pick up.
  • Appointlet confirms time with you, and offer options to add to several online calendars (this is not required).
  • You will receive a confirmation email with your chosen time slot. If you need to reschedule or cancel, the confirmation e-mail has a link so you can do that easily.
  • Your confirmation email will also give you instructions for curbside pickup.

People who are staying safe at home can send a friend to collect their items.

Curbside Pickup Process

At the appointed pick-up time, physical distancing measures must be complied with. Staff will be wearing gloves, masks and other protective gear for everyone’s safety.

Please arrive at the agreed time. Pick up will take place outdoors on the east (Clock Tower) side of the building.

If driving, remain in your vehicle, and open trunk or a rear window away from the people inside. Staff will bring your materials, marked with your name. Nod to confirm that is your parcel. Staff will place it in your vehicle.

If you are walking, cycling, or using other means to travel to the library, please wait by curbside pickup sign. Your items will be placed on a table with your name showing, then staff will return to the building. Once staff are inside the building, you may pick up your package from the table.

Maintain at least 6′ (2m) distance from others, and we request that you wear a face covering.

Returning borrowed items

Returning items must be returned through the library drop box beside the West (10th Avenue) entrance only. This is to keep the items separate, to be quarantined until they are safe to handle. 

No returns will be accepted at the pick up appointment.

COVID-19 Precautions and Disclaimer

  • The COVID-19 virus can survive up to 24 hours on cardboard and up to 2-3 days on plastic and stainless steel. As books cannot be effectively cleaned and disinfected at home, it may be wise to store books for a minimum of 24 hours before handling them.
  • Patrons who are immune compromised or otherwise susceptible to COVID-19 infection should not take out items from the library.
  • Patrons should wash hands before and after handling books and other items, avoid touching their faces while reading and avoid sneezing or coughing onto the page while reading.
  • Items returned to the library are disinfected (covers only) and quarantined for 24 hours on return.
  • Staff handling items to go out to members will wear masks and gloves.

Please note:  These services are subject to Provincial reopening guidelines, local health advice and municipal guidelines.  If the situation changes the service may be suspended or changed. We will keep people informed through local newspaper, radio, Wightman TV, emails and social media.

Remote Printing now available!

Remote Printing is now available!

Princh banner. Decorative graphic of remote printing.

You can now use your personal computer or mobile device to print remotely to the printer at the Hanover Public Library from anywhere, using Princh.

How does it work?

Send documents or images for printing to the Princh website or using the Princh app. Your document prints out at the library! Then contact the library to schedule pick up of your print job. Regular print costs apply. Please note we only have letter size available using Princh.

How to print using a computer browser (PC, Mac or Chromebook)

  1. Open a browser and go to print.princh.com
  2. Enter our printer ID: 103544
  3. Click to select and upload your document(s) for printing.
  4. Choose settings: black and white or colour, number of copies, double-sided or not, paper size (letter size only).
  5. Accept Terms and Conditions.
  6. Select method of payment; credit card, Paypal or cash. If paying with cash select Pay at the Desk.
  7. Enter your full name when prompted.
  8. Call the Hanover Library within 24 hours to ask for your document and schedule a pick up appointment.

Prints can be picked up at a curbside pick up appointment. See Curbside pick up information for more details.

Watch the Youtube video: Princh – How to print from a laptop

How to print using a mobile device or tablet

  1. Install the Princh App for iOS (App Store) or Android (Google Play). For help downloading apps to iOS device see help for iPhone or iPad. For help with Android devices see help for Google Play Store
  2. Open the document to print and Share it with the Princh App.
  3. Select printer by scanning the QR code or entering 103544.
  4. Choose Print job settings: black and white or colour, number of copies, double-sided or not, paper size (letter size only).
  5. Accept the Terms and Conditions and Order Print.
  6. Enter your full name and tap OK.
  7. Select method of payment; credit card, Paypal or cash. If paying with cash select Pay at the Desk.
  8. Enter your full name when prompted.
  9. Call the Hanover Library within 24 hours to ask for your document and schedule a pick up appointment.

Prints can be picked up at a curbside pick up appointment. See Curbside pick up information for more details.

Watch the Youtube video: Princh – How to print from an iPhone or iPad

Watch the Youtube video: Princh – How to print from an Android device