Link to Accessible Catalogue
 

  • Spring 2020 Access online, print edition available starting March 2
  • March Break 2020 - Break out the fun at your library, March 14-21
  • Arlene Dickinson At the Library, March 31 at 7pm, Wolf Performance Hall
  • February is Black History Month

News at your Library...

Wi-Fi Hotspot Lending Pilot Project

BACKGROUNDER: Wi-Fi Hotspot Lending Pilot Project at London Public Library

Public libraries exist to champion universal access to information. This commitment to social equality drives every program presented, every book purchased, and every space offered by public libraries. And this objective is no less important in the age of the Internet. In keeping with their historical mandate of providing equal access to information for all people, public libraries everywhere are looking for ways to bridge the digital divide.

London Public Library (LPL) has been designing programs and services to address social and economic barriers to digital information for many years. Such initiatives include free public internet access and wifi in all branch locations, providing a wide range of instructional classes, and one-on-one assistance with technology and internet use. All of these efforts reflect LPL’s core values of access and inclusion.

2020-2023 Multi-Year Budget Update

On January 30, City Council's Strategic Priorities and Policy Committee (SPPC) voted to adopt the 2020-2023 Multi-Year Operating Budget for the London Public Library as well as the Library's 2020-2023 Multi-Year Capital Budget and the 2024-2029 Multi-Year Capital Forecast. You can find these budget documents here.

Writer-in-Residence Jane Urquhart

This year's Writer-in-Residence, Jane Urquhart, is booking consultations for January through March.  Appointments are available on Monday afternoons at Central Library.  Find more information here. Jane will also be hosting conversations about books that have been meaningful to her. Find the schedule and book titles for this program at Central Library here.