Join us for a weekly movie
night. This month we are watching classic winter tales. All ages, under 10 with a caregiver.

For information call 519-255-6770, Ext. 2200

Wednesday, January 22 & 29, from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm, Bridgeview Library.

Drop-by after school
to play with and create Lego masterpieces.

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

Wednesday, January 22 & 29, from 3:30 pm to 7:30 pm, Seminole Library.

Get cozy by the fireplace
and enjoy a coffee while colouring or solving a crossword. Light refreshments and all supplies provided.

For information call 519-255-6770, Ext. 5500.

Friday, January 24 & 31, from 10:00 am to noon, Chisholm Library.

Drop in after school and
choose from a variety of different STEAM resources to create and have fun at the library. Ages 4 to 12.

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

Friday, January 24 & 31, from 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm, Seminole Library.

Drop by our new Local
History Branch and we will
show you how to use City Directories and other great resources to learn the age and history of your house.

Saturday, January 25, from 10 am to 1 pm and Monday, February 10, from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm.

Local History Branch, 3312 Sandwich Street.

Learn what 3D printing is
and how you can use it. Participants will learn the basics of 3D printing and will make a simple personalized keychain. Participants are encourage to make a Tinkercad account prior to the program at Tinkercad.com.

Limit 8. Ages 8 to 12. To register call 519-255-6770, Ext. 3300.

Saturday, January 25, from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm, Budimir Library.

Join us for a reading by Windsor’s Youth Poet
Laureate Samantha Badaoa.

For information call 519-255-6770 x7700.

Monday, January 27, from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm, John Muir Library (Stable Room)

Pop in for afternoon tea,
with talks on a variety of subjects from Anime, to decluttering techniques, to holistic health,  and so much more.

Bring your library card, there will we wonderful books and DVDs to check out, take home and enjoy.  All are welcome.

For information contact Ms. Janet Brown 519-255-6770, ext. 7700.

Friday, January 31, from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm, John Muir Library.

WPL CELEBRATES 125 YEARS

To celebrate 125 years of library service to the community, WPL is featuring photographs from the local history collection and community archive. On a daily basis for the balance of December, we will present an interesting and unique image of our city, which we hope will fascinate and entertain The Seminole Branch was built and opened in 1953.  In this image from the 70s, a young scholar receives assistance searching the card catalogue, in those long-ago pre-computer days when finding information took a little more work Continue Reading...
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WPL CELEBRATES 125 YEARS

To celebrate 125 years of library service to the community, WPL is featuring photographs from the local history collection and community archive. On a daily basis for the balance of December, we will present an interesting and unique image of our city, which we hope will fascinate and entertain. Young readers examine new treasures on display during Young Canada Book Week in this 1962 photo taken at the Prince Edward Library.  A small children’s library was opened at Prince Edward School in 1933, to partially offset Continue Reading...
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THROWBACK THURSDAY

This week’s Throwback Thursday Pic shows the block of Pitt Street West, looking northeast at the corner of Pitt and Ferry Streets. This photograph was taken around 1963 and shows the Murray Building, Underwood Typewriters, Allards Barber Shop, Windsor Paints Enamels and Varnishes and Texaco Canada Co. The block fell to the wrecker’s ball to make way for the new Chrysler Building in the late 1990s. If you are interested in viewing more historic photographs of Windsor, please visit the library’s digital exhibit “Windsor’s History and Continue Reading...
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WPL CELEBRATES 125 YEARS

To celebrate 125 years of library service to the community, WPL is featuring photographs from the local history collection and community archive. On a daily basis for the balance of December, we will present an interesting and unique image of our city, which we hope will fascinate and entertain. The former John Richardson Library is named in honour of Major John Richardson (1796-1847), the local author of the early 19th century novel Wacousta. Richardson served in the War of 1812 and lived in the Sandwich West Continue Reading...
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WPL CELEBRATES 125 YEARS

To celebrate 125 years of library service to the community, WPL is featuring photographs from the local history collection and community archive. On a daily basis for the balance of December, we will present an interesting and unique image of our city, which we hope will fascinate and entertain. Canada’s Book Week, Nov. 1 – 8, 1947, is the occasion for this display of new and noteworthy Canadian publications, carefully arranged by Windsor Public Library employees in the sumptuous surroundings of Willistead Manor....
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