Join us and you’ll find your
inner artist and make some new friends at:

Budimir Library on Wednesday, August 17, from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
For information call 519-255-6770, Ext. 3320.

Sandwich Library on Monday, August 22, from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm.

Riverside Library on Thursday, August 25 from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm.
For information call 519-255-6770, Ext. 6600.

Kids, bring your stuffed
animal to the library and we’ll watch a movie together. Then we’ll choose some great books for you to take home.

Tuesday, August 23 & 30, from 10:30 am to Noon, Riverside Library.

Have a look at our newest
App for e-Books & e-Audiobooks
– Axis 360.

► Fiction, Non-fiction, New Releases
► Place holds on titles before they are published
► All titles available for 21-days
► e-Books can be transferred to eReaders

Download the App for iOS or Android, or read books online in your browser.

 

Download current issues of popular magazines straight
to your smartphone, tablet, or computer with Zinio for Libraries.

– App available for iOS & Android
– Unlimited borrowing
– Checkouts never expire
– Library Card required

WINDSOR PUBLIC LIBRARY WINTER HOURS

All locations of Windsor Public Library will change to WINTER HOURS on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2016. Winter hours come into effect on the third Monday in September. Additionally, Sunday hours of operation (1-5 pm) for Central, Budimir and Riverside libraries come into effect SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2016. A comprehensive listing of Winter Hours can be accessed here....
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The 2016 Scotiabank Giller Prize

    A jury of 5, including Kathleen Winter, Jeet Heer, Samantha Harvey, Alan Warner and Lawrence Hill, narrowed down the Giller Prize long list to 6 entries on Monday. Once again, Windsor’s very own Biblioasis published a book that is included in the very prestigious final 6. The 6 Scotiabank Giller Prize finalists are: 13 Ways of Looking at a Fat Girl by Mona Awad Yiddish for Pirates by Gary Barwin The Wonder by Emma Donoghue The Party Wall by Catherine Leroux, translated by Lazer Continue Reading...
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Rave Reviewed – September

On Wednesday, September 7th we had our first Rave Reviews session of the fall after taking a summer break. Jodie and I had loads of books to bring in, many of them lighter than usual since we’d been enjoying some summer reading. We also started meeting on a new date and time meeting on the first Wednesday of the month at 2 pm. It was so nice to be back and chat about some lovely books with some wonderful readers! Kate’s Picks The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Continue Reading...
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Our Tech Hub Robots Have Names!

Congratulations to Dimitar and Breanna! They are the winners of our “Name our Robots” contest that was held in the Tech Hub at the Central Library this summer. The winning names are Psycho and Pinball for our Spheros and D.Devil and McQueen for our two Ollies. Dimitar and Breanna each win a certificate to print a design on the 3D printer at Central for free. Thanks to everyone who came out to visit our robots and suggested names for them. You can come and check out Continue Reading...
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POKEMON – LIBRARY LIVE IS BACK AT CENTRAL LIBRARY- JOIN US TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 5:00-7:00 pm

Artists, Writers, Thinkers, Dreamers – join us each week as we discover and make weird and wonderful things in books, art and activities – STARTING WITH POKEMON 3D CHARACTERS AND BOOKS.  REMEMBER YOUR LIBRARY CARDS.  Great books will be on display for you to check out and continue the fun at home.    Come and see the amazing work done by our Teen and University Volunteers on display now at Central Library....
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Library Led Homeschool Co-Op searching for Volunteers

WPL is now offering a co-operative learning environment for local homeschoolers. Monday afternoons at Riverside Library, we are opening the doors to families who are looking for new ways to educate, socialize and promote literacy to their children. Our first week had a great response. We had 30 children visit us and many parents came through to check out all the group had to offer. Because of the huge age range of school age children, from 4-13, we are still looking for volunteers to join our team and help Continue Reading...
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