Publication : 26 mai 2016 2 commentaires pour cette actualité

Venez nous rencontrer au Festival BD de Montréal!

Ce week-end, célébrez le début de la saison des festivals en participant aux activités gratuites du 5e Festival BD de Montréal (FBDM). Les 27, 28 et 29 mai à l’Espace La Fontaine, en plein cœur du parc du même nom, prenez part aux dessins en direct, aux rencontres d’auteurs (vous aurez peut-être la chance d’obtenir des dédicaces!), aux expositions, et bien plus encore. Venez [re]découvrir la magie de la bande dessinée et clore le Mois de la BD en beauté ! Un coin lecture et jeu spécialement aménagé Sous le grand chapiteau, plus de 40 exposants et 130 d’auteurs québécois et internationaux accueilleront les visiteurs en présence du porte-parole Martin Larocque (comédien et conférencier). Des animateurs des BibCoin lectureliothèques de Montréal seront aussi sur place les 28 (de 10 h à 18 h) et 29 mai (10 h à 17 h) pour vous donner des suggestions de lectures, échanger sur des coups de cœur BD et vous encourager à participer à des activités ludiques. Vous cherchez une aire de détente? Un coin lecture et jeu comprenant entre autres des dizaines de titres fortement suggérés sera à votre disposition. Pour découvrir l’ensemble de la programmation. Envie de lire une BD dès maintenant? Découvrez nos suggestions de lecture BD!




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  1. Shazma  – 

    I went to the biodiversite event today with my toddler who was in his stroller. I was extremely disappointed and frustrated. First off, after investing such a big amount into a beautiful library that I frequently visit, I feel it’s not very well adapted for strollers/wheelchairs. There are stairs that went up to the animals for the event but no accessibility for strollers and wheelchairs. Such a shame that our city does not keep everyone in mind. And a sand lane is not acceptable for a stroller and wheelchair. When I went into the library a staff member said to use the elevator up to the second floor and there was an access door to go out on the « terrace ». I went all around and realised it was an emergency door. I found another staff member who said « I don’t know. We’ll I think they had opened it during the day but they just closed it ». It was only 3pm and the event was to finish at 5pm. I asked her if there is any other way and again she didn’t know and continued to just look at me. Was she not trained to take initiative? She had me follow her around in circles so she cold ask every staff member she bumped into who showed no interest and some even completely ignored her! I just took my upset toddler home but since then i’ve been thinking of special needs children and adults who could not participate today and felt such shame on Villa Saint Laurent. I hope you don’t invest any more into the city without keeping ALL individuals in mind.



  2. Stéphanie De Grandpré  – 

    Thank you for having taken the time to inform us of this situation. We are truly sorry to hear that your experience that day was not a very enjoyable one. We strive to provide accessible premises for our library users. Through our concern for improving our customer service, we have therefore sent your comments to the manager of the Borough of Saint-Laurent’s culture and library division. However, we do wish to point out to you that an access ramp to the terrace is located on the west side of the steps leading to the terrace on the street side. This ramp was specially designed for people with limited mobility and for parents with baby strollers. Based on your comments, we note that the directional signs to this access ramp are not altogether adequate and that not all employees are aware of this ramp. We will consequently redouble our efforts to quickly remedy this situation.

    Yours truly,

    Les Bibliothèques de Montréal





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