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What’s On At the Library November 2016

Toronto Public Library’s digitization program has reached an important milestone: it now contains over 100,000 Special Collections objects for your use. Looking for a unique holiday gift idea? Order a reproduction of a rare and valuable item from the TPL’s Special Collections!

Find out about that and more online here.

What’s On At the Library October 2016

From city wide photo exhibits to access to academic articles – check out what’s on the library.

 What’s On At the Library September – December 2016

Math through the Arts, Family Movie: Fly Away Home, Excel Basics are just some of what’s on at S. Walter Stewart – click here for more information and other exciting programs.

S. Walter Stewart – Summer Reading Club Stories and Crafts

Over the summer months, children can join the TD Summer Reading Club at  S. Walter Stewart and enjoy stories, crafts, movies and guest performers.

For example:

Wednesday July 6, 13, 20, 27 August 3, 10, 17, 24, 10:30-11:30 (Drop In)

Summer Reading Club Stories and Crafts

Drop in

For more details, please visit this page.

Check out the Latest News from the Toronto Public Library

For more information on local activities  from  book sales to writers groups – check out the latest at the Public Library.

Learn a language, anytime, anywhere – it’s free.

Our Public Library offers free online language learning.  You can learn more than 60 different languages or improve your English. You will need a library card – visit the Toronto Public Library website for details.


S. Walter Stewart

For events at the S. Walter Stewart Library, check their website.  You can also find some highlights of their events on this page.


Toronto Public Library Branches Serving Ward 29

You can find event listings at more for these branches online at:

Pape Danforth Branch

S. Walter Stewart Branch

Todmorden Room

Borrow Music & Videos Online

The Toronto Public Library system keeps getting better. You can borrow digital music and video and stream it in your web browser or enjoy offline
on your smartphone or tablet.

Please visit the Toronto Public Library  website for details & more information on this and ebooks and online magazines.

Create a city-wide ideas network: Jane Pyper’s Big Idea

As part of its big ideas series, the Toronto Star offers up an idea from Toronto’s Chief Librarian – visit their website for more information (possible subscription gate)

Now the City has IdeaSpace, where you can apply your ideas, knowledge & expertise to help shape the future of Toronto. It is also an opportunity to explore and comment on the ideas of others within the community. You can join the conversation today – click here!


Summer 2014 at your Library

From programs for creating your own book to teen summer reading programs, the Toronto Public Library system offers so much. You can download their what’s on guide here.


Little Free Libraries


Launch of the Nesbitt Park Little Free Library

You can read a great article about the Little Free Library at Nesbitt Park online here . You can find our more about little free libraries  here   and here.  Please email Councillor Fragedakis if you would like some help starting up a little free library in your neighbourhood.

Check out the Latest News from the Toronto Public Library

From Asian Heritage Month Celebrations to the Toronto Comic Arts Festival there is so much going on in our libraries.

Read the latest newsletter from the library here.

Training Sessions – Tablet, eReader, or Smart Phone

Need help setting up your new tablet, eReader, or phone for eBooks? Sign up for training sessions:


 Business Seminars

The Toronto Public Library offers business seminars on a variety of topics.  They also offer seminars on home buying, wills, etc.  You can learn more about them on their website.



Danforth/Coxwell Library – (416) 393-7783

Pape/Danforth Branch District Library – (416) 393-7727

S. Walter Stewart Branch District Library – (416) 396-3975


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Toronto, ON M5H 2N2
Phone: 416-392-4032
Fax: 416-392-4123