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Do This For Me by Eliza Kennedy The Plot Against The President by Sam Bourne My Ex-Life by Stephen McCauley How Far She’s Come by Holly Brown The Glitch by Elizabeth Cohen

Notice of Disruption

Unanticipated hydro work at the southwest corner of Major Mackenzie Drive W and Yonge Street has closed the walkway leading to the Library. Pedestrian access to Central Library is impacted.

Foot traffic is being re-directed to surrounding streets (Major Mackenzie Dr. W) to access an alternate entrance to the building. The nearest accessible entrance can be accessed by walking west on Major Mackenzie Drive E. and south on Atkinson Street.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.


Happy or Not Kiosks
Have you seen our new Happy or Not Kiosks? With kiosks located at the exits of all of our locations, we invite our community to rate our service with the click of a button! The feedback will help us with our ongoing commitment to provide exceptional customer service to our community.

Looking for reading recommendations? Loan Stars is the 10 hottest books published monthly, as voted by library staff across Canada. Looking for more? Try our Readers' Corner for more suggestions.

New Oak Ridges Library
Construction of the new Oak Ridges Library is well underway. Check the Oak Ridges Building Project page for updates.
Spring Flower Wreaths
Children under the ages of 11, join us on May 30 for a springtime craft! Learn how to make spring flowers from tissue paper and use them to make your very own colourful wreath. Find out more about this free program at Oak Ridges Library.

Everyday English
Improve your reading, writing, speaking and listening for everyday conversations in English! Join us every Tuesday and Thursday for this free program, led by a facilitator from the York Catholic District School Board. Find out more

Photographer in Residence
Photographers, share your skills and artistic vision with the Richmond Hill community! We invite professional visual artists working in the medium of photography to apply for our Photographer in Residence program. The program will offer an opportunity to participate in various events and workshops, while exploring the Town of Richmond Hill and working toward a group exhibition. Apply by June 7. Find out more.

Program Guide
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