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Due to road repair on Dufferin Place, Central Library’s outside book return will be unavailable until November 23, 2017.  All other branches of the Windsor Public Library have outside book returns available to the public.   Also, please note that during this period the City of Windsor public parking lot behind the Central Library will be open but only accessible through Dufferin Place off of Erie St. Dufferin will not...
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Forms Clinic Update

Due to the work stoppage at St. Clair College, the forms clinic being held at the Central Library on Tuesdays and Wednesdays will be suspended until further notice. We apologize for any inconvenience. ...
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Thank you to all our volunteers!

As we wrap up National Volunteer Week, Windsor Public Library would like to acknowledge all the volunteers who strengthen and enrich both our library system and our community. To those of volunteer their time, energy and talents to our Adult Literacy department, Book Buddy program, Accessibility Services, Let’s Talk English program, Library Hubs project and teen volunteer initiatives, we give tremendous thanks!  Your efforts are appreciated by so many and...
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WPL Partners With Artcite Inc.

Windsor Public Library is excited to collaborate with Artcite Inc. by temporarily hosting two works of arts as part of Artcite’s Dar’a/Full Circle exhibition. This group exhibition presents the work of artists who address the circle as a motif in their work.  Curator Jamelie Hassan felt that the circle “would make a compelling group exhibition that reminds us of the pervasiveness of the circle found all around us and the circle that...
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Library Hubs Meeting Community Needs project seeking feedback

Earlier this year, the Windsor Public Library was thrilled to receive a grant from the Ontario Libraries Capacity Fund to develop a community hub of social services for those experiencing homelessness or living in poverty.  The goal of the Library Hubs Meeting Community Needs (LHMCN) project is to create an information service delivery model within library systems that will improve access to social services and work to ensure that all are welcome...
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