Naming Rights Opportunity
|625 Osborne Street Winnipeg, Manitoba R3L 2B3|
The Osborne Library exists due to the drive and spirit of local residents. In 1937, at the request of local residents, the Osborne Library humbly came to life in a vacant classroom of Lord Roberts School. Today, the library is bustling and full of life as a part of the Fort Rouge Recreation and Leisure Centre. Always welcoming, the library still has close ties with the community.
The branch regularly displays the work of local artists including the work of children and people with Alzheimers. Being part of a recreation center the library also attracts a fitness minded cliental; as such books on yoga, Pilates, and other healthy living resources are high in demand. Osborne Library also offers a variety of programming including Story Time and Baby Rhyme Time. Osborne was also the first library to offer a Cookbook Club, which has since spread to other branches.
- Population demographic: 17,607 people
- Age of Facility: 32 years old (constructed in 1982)
- Total number of hours open: 29.5 hours (summer) / 36.5 hours (winter)
- Number of items circulated in 2013: 110,595 items
- Number of library visits in 2013: 52,979 visits
- Number of programs in 2013: 64 programs
- Number of program attendees in 2013: 1,400 attendees
- Other Amenities:
- Parking (lot)
- Handicap Accessible
- Program Room through the Fort Rouge Leisure Centre
- On Public Transportation route
- Study and leisure ready space
Potential Sponsor should note that GST applies to Naming Right Sponsorships.