Getting a library card is easy! Just head down to any one of Windsor Public Library’s 10 branches.
For adults 18 and older, come in with identification that shows your address and birth date. Young adults 13 to 17 years old can sign up with a parent or guardian, or on their own with identification. Children under 13 years old must have parents present to sign. Identification for both parent and child will be required. If you do not have I.D. that shows your address, please bring a letter from your temporary housing location showing your address.
Ontario Public Library Week is celebrated annually during the fourth week of October. Communities, schools, and librarians are invited to celebrate the many resources and experiences that your local public library provides.
October is designated as Canadian Library Month. Throughout Canada, the month raises public awareness of the valuable role that libraries play in the everyday lives of Canadians.
Windsor Public Library is an important part of Windsor. WPL provides materials that support learning, entertainment and literacy; provides free connection to technology vital to today’s world, including the internet; and offers meeting and study spaces where people may gather.
Windsor Public Library strives at all times to provide its resources and services in a way that respects the dignity and independence of all people. For branch locations and hours, please call: 519-255-6770.
Visit Windsor Public Library at www.windsorpubliclibrary.com and at the following sites: www.facebook.com/windsorpl; twitter.com/windsorpublib; pinterest.com/windsorlibrary; and www.goodreads.com/group/show/104611-windsor-public-library.