Drop-by after school to play
with and create Lego

For information call 519-255-6770, Ext. 8800.

Wednesday, June 20, from 3:30 pm to 7:30 pm, Seminole Library.

Join St. John Ambulance
therapy dog volunteers for a special meet and greet at the library. Children will learn about the role of therapy dogs, how to safely approach and interact with dogs and a story. Most importantly you’ll get to meet a therapy dog in person.

For information call 519-255-6770, Ext. 8800.

Saturday, June 23, from 2:00 pm to 2:45 pm, Seminole Library.

Celebrate Canada’s Birthday
by creating your very own
confetti popper. Ages 10 and up.

For information call 519-255-6770, Ext. 5000.

Tuesday, June 26, from 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm, Fontainebleau Library.

Visit us at the library for an afternoon of board games and chess. All are welcome.

For information call 519-255-6770, Ext. 5400.

Saturday, June 30, from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm, Forest Glade Library.

Have you always wanted to make and film your own movie? Join our club! In this program you will learn the basics of movie making, get behind the camera to film scenes and create your own short film. Ages 12 to 17.

To register call 519-255-6770, Ext. 3300.

Tuesday, July 3, from 11:00 am to Noon, Budimir Library.

Join us at the official
opening of our Summer
Programs at Central library.

Learn about our programs, get ready for our reading contests and explore some “big” activities to get you ready for a summer of fun. All ages.

Saturday, July 7, from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm, Central Library.

Famous Windsorites Portal Features All Windsor Mayors

Can you name which Windsor mayoral race was decided with a deck of cards? Do you know which Windsor mayor lasted just 8 days in office?  Or which Windsor mayor proposed the Windsor-Detroit tunnel be built? In celebration of the May 26 opening of the new City Hall and the recent announcement that portraits of Windsor mayors will be on display at the new municipal office, Windsor Public Library staff have posted biographies and images of all 34 Windsor mayors on the Famous Windsorites portal, which Continue Reading...
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Switch To Summer Hours

All locations of Windsor Public Library will change to SUMMER HOURS on TUESDAY, MAY 22, 2018. Additionally, the last Sunday this season for open hours at Central, Budimir and Riverside libraries was May 6, 2018.  Sunday hours will resume in September. Click here for the 2018 Summer calendar.  ...
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Christopher Paul Curtis Educates, Motivates and Entertains…

Internationally renowned children’s author – and friend of Windsor Public Library – Christopher Paul Curtis dropped by Sandwich Branch recently to meet school children, read from his works and motivate students to read and become more involved in the creative writing process. Close to 400 students from General Brock, Marlborough and West Gate public schools were in attendance. Many of the children in attendance have ties with the Library Live Children’s Writing Club and for those between the ages of 8 and 16 wanting to get involved, Continue Reading...
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City of Windsor Mayoral Trivia

Do you know your Windsor Mayors? Which Mayor lasted just eight days in office? Who was the only female Mayor?   Biographies on all Windsor Mayors can be found on our Famous Windsorites page.  Check out our trivia questions and test your knowledge! The Famous Windsorites portal is a unique database we started in November 2015 to help WPL better serve our customers. As library staff answer customer questions about famous Windsor residents we have posted our research on-line to share with the entire community. This is an ongoing project, we Continue Reading...
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Throwback Thursday

This photograph was taken in 1925 the year that the YMCA building was open on Pelissier Street. This facility was used by the Y until 1989 when the building was closed. In 1975 the Y moved there Health, Fitness and Recreation  Centre from Pelissier to their new facility on Victoria Avenue. The YMCA Residence was moved from Pelissier Street to a new building on McDougall Avenue in 1989. A private developer buys the Pelissier Street property in 2002 and today the building has been converted to Continue Reading...
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