The Archives' Reading Room is now open to the public on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., in addition to being open from Tuesday to Friday, at the same hours.
The building, located on Thomas Street in Napanee in Ontario (to the west of Kingston), was—until 1971—a county jail.
Now, you can go to the restored building and research their genealogical holdings, which include reference works, microfilm sources, card indices, and family files.
They also have an historical collection which includes newspapers (microfilmed up to 1977) such as the Napanee Standard, Napanee Express, Napanee Beaver, and The Heritage. As well, they carry municipal papers from the County of Lennox and Addington, the old town of Napanee, the villages of Newburgh and Bath, and the townships within the County.
They also have a photograph collection of over 10,000 original images, with close to 5,000 of them indexed by subject matter or sitter.
The Archives are online at <www.lennox-addington.on.ca/government/Info/arch.html>.