Tag Archives: Holidays

WPL Continues With Holiday Hours – We Are Open!

Happy Holidays! Windsor Public Library has resumed with our holiday hours. Our week is as follows: Monday, December 28: regular hours; – Tuesday, December 29: regular hours; – Wednesday, December 30: regular hours; – Thursday, December 31: all locations 9 am-5 pm; – Friday, January 1: all locations closed. There is an error if you call us over the phone at 519-255-6770 as it says that all branches are closed. We are...
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Season’s Readings!

It’s obvious this year, I’m really excited for the holidays! I love the decorations, the music, the food, the extra time to spend with loved ones. I always love the decorations we put up at WPL and this year I was excited to make my own contribution…I get to combine a few of my favourite things making a holiday display out of books! It’s something I’ve wanted to do ever...
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May 1-14: Connect with WPL on Facebook for a Chance to Win!

Love your local library?  Spend a lot of time on Facebook? Fond of taking and posting selfies?  Here’s your chance to combine all three of the above for a chance to win a great prize!  Just snap a photo of yourself using something you’ve checked out from the Windsor Public Library and post it to our Facebook page with the hashtag #usingWPL any time from May 1-14 for a chance...
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What I’ll be watching today…

…at some point or other, in no particular order: A Charlie Brown Christmas–1965 (honoured with both an Emmy and Peabody Award), The Little Drummer Boy–1968 (stop motion animated film produced by Rankin/Bass), Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas!–1966 (in which Boris Karloff, in one of his final roles, narrates and also provides the speaking voice of The Grinch), Frosty the Snowman–1969 (produced for television by Rankin/Bass and featuring the...
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Online Access to Holiday Classics

It’s celebration season at the Windsor Public Library. Crafts are sparkly, programs are jolly, and Holiday materials for the young and old are flying off the shelves faster than Buddy the Elf can throw back a jug of maple syrup. Want to enjoy some festive entertainment, but can’t make it to the library? Fret not my friends – we’ll bring it to you. All you need is a library card...
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