Leona Giddings Memorial Library

Rural Municipality of Murray River, PEI

Incorporated 1955 | Population 337 (2021 Cencus)

Leona Giddings Memorial Library

Murray River Leona Giddings Memorial Library. The Village of Murray River and the PEI Public Library Service have partnered together to provide library services for the past 80 years. The first library in Murray River opened on September 13th, 1934 and it continues to provide programs and resources to the community. The library is named after Leona Giddings who served as Librarian in Murray River for over 40 years.

1066 McInnis Road
Murray River, PE C0A 1W0
Telephone: (902) 962-2667
Email: murray_river@gov.pe.ca

Government Page: https://www.princeedwardisland.ca/en/point-interest/murray-river-leona-giddings-memorial-library
Tuesday: 2:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday: 10:00- 2:00 p.m.
Saturday: 1:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.


  • Wireless Internet (Wi-Fi) access
  • 24-hour book drop
  • Public-access computers
  • Assistive technology computers
  • Scanning and printing
  • Public programming
  • Meeting space
  • E-books, E-audiobooks and E-resources
  • Talking Book Service (for Islanders with print disabilities)
  • Early Literacy programming and resources
  • EAL (English as an Additional Language) materials
  • Books, DVDs, CDs, magazines, newspapers and more

Rural Municipality of Murray River
Municipal Office
1066 MacInnis Street

Murray River, PEI

Phone: 902-741-2009


Chief Administrative Officer:

Connie Spencer

Tom Scott

Office Hours: Tuesday & Wednesdays 9AM – 5PM and Thursdays 9AM – 1PM