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  1. Programs
  2. History
  3. Bus and Parking
  4. Meeting Space
  5. Art Exhibits
  6. At the Library


Puzzle program Cherryhill Branch

Puzzle program at Cherryhill Branch.  Anyone can join in to help put the puzzle together.

All Programs  

Drop In  

Book Clubs

Just for Fun

Computer and Technology

Workshops and Classes

Shows and Concerts

ESL and Languages

Health and Wellness



Teens or Tweens







Note: The programs listed are only the ones offered at this Branch (which is open to all).  We have a variety of programs offered at each of our 16 branches which are also open to everyone.

Cherryhill Branch provides a multitude of programs: reading programs for children from birth to school age;  March Break event; Summer Reading Club: summer literacy programs for children; adult art & handicraft programs; art exhibits and displays; film series, and  topical presentations as interest and events come to our attention.


Cherryhill branch

London Public Library has had a presence in the Cherryhill Village Mall (formerly the Westown Plaza Mall) since 1963. On October 16, 2001 we moved to the East end of the mall, expanded to 10,000 sq. ft., and changed our name to Cherryhill Branch Library.

We have a separate children's area, a second program room, a study area with plenty of power outlets, gallery space to feature local artists, several computers with internet access, a scanner, comfy reading chairs and computers with literacy based children's games. The Branch features lots of space in the aisles to allow mobility of strollers, walkers, wheelchairs & scooters. To meet diverse ethnic needs, we have a large collection of non-English language materials and ESL programs to aid in acquiring new language skills.

Our Library is truly a community hub. We partner with many other groups and organizations in order to provide a broad spectrum of resources for our diverse community. Our partners include Ontario Early Years - London North Centre, Middlesex London Health Unit, Third Age Outreach St Josephs’ Health Centre, Hutton House, Thames Valley Board of Education, Cross Cultural Learner CentreCherryhill Healthy Aging, London Children's Connection, London InterCommunity Health Centre, London Health Sciences Centre and Minto Cherryhill.

Historical Facts about Cherryhill Branch

June 1963 The seventh branch library, Westown (presently Cherryhill) Branch, opens in the Westown Plaza Mall.

1990 Westown Branch Library becomes the first full service branch with six full-time staff.

October 16, 2001 The former Westown Branch is expanded and relocates within the Cherryhill Village Mall. It reopens as the Cherryhill Branch

Click HERE for a complete chronological history of London Public Library.


You may park in the Cherryhill mall parking lot to visit the Library.

Bus Route

You can get to us by London Transit Commission (LTC) bus Route 9 Downtown–Whitehills, Route 17 Argyle Mall–Byron/RiverbendRoute 20 Fanshawe College–Beaverbrook and Route 33 Alumni Hall–Proudfoot which stop within 250 metres of the branch. Community Bus Routes 51, 53 and 55 drop off at Cherryhill Mall upon request.


Address & Phone #         

Cherryhill Branch Library

301 Oxford Street West (Cherryhill Mall)
London, Ontario
N6H 1S6

Phone: (519)-439-6456

Sun: Closed
Mon: Closed
Tue: 9am - 9pm
Wed: 9am - 9pm
Thu: 9am - 9pm
Fri: 9am - 6pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm

Meeting Space

Click HERE for printer-friendly pdf of table.

Meeting Space rates are per use up to 4 hours, plus HST.
Special Purpose Rooms may be booked for up to a 2 hour maximum per use.

View all Library Spaces at London Public Library:  Meeting Rooms, Music Practice Rooms, Reading Gardens, Study Rooms, and Wolf Performance Hall.

For more information and to rent or reserve a meeting room, contact Meeting Space rental staff at (519)-661-5120 or

(# of ppl)
Rate ($)
Non-profit, London onlyProfit, London onlyOutside London
(Sam) Katz Room50 (lecture)
Cherryhill Meeting Room35 (lecture)$45$90$120

Art Exhibits

Exhibit space is available to new and established London artists and artists' groups at the Cherryhill Branch Library.

Exhibit fees will be charged and are non-refundable.  Fees are for a calendar month or any part thereof. 

Requests from out-of-town artists and artists' groups will be considered on a case-by-case basis.   Special rates apply.

  • (Sam) Katz Room, 58 linear feet. Exhibit charge: $50 plus HST; out-of-town rate: $140 plus HST
  • Cherryhill Meeting Room, 38 linear feet. Exhibit charge: $15 plus HST; out-of-town rate: $22 plus HST
  • Display Case, 24" wide x 24" deep x 72" high with 4 shelves. Exhibit charge: $15 plus HST; out-of-town rate: $22 plus HST

To book exhibit space, call us at (519)-661-5120. You will be required to sign a Space Use Agreement and Exhibit Waiver of Claim and pay the Exhibit fee at time of booking.

Please read:

Art Exhibits at other Library locations:
Pond Mills

At the Library

Cherryhill Branch Library Collection

Adult / General



Note: The materials linked in this section are those materials currently located at this Branch.  We are happy to deliver materials from any London Public Library location to your requested library location.  This service is free and quite efficient.

Please also see the following sections for our collections from across the library system: New Items, Life, Research, Staff Picks, Kids, and Teens.

Each location has a materials return chute that is open when the library is closed except Cherryhill and Sherwood (chutes available during mall hours).

Library Services

In addition to lending, reference, reader's advisory and community referral services, we offer computer workstations with access to the Internet as well as software and electronic resources.

Find out more about:

Each location has a materials return chute that is open when the library is closed except Cherryhill and Sherwood (chutes available during mall hours).

London Public Library Digital Collection

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