1980 The eleventh branch library, White Oaks (presently Jalna) Branch opens.
April 1990 The Jalna Branch Library opens at 1119 Jalna Boulevard to replace the White Oaks Branch Library.
July 1, 2005 The renovated Jalna Branch opens, sharing a common entrance with the South London Community Centre.
January 2009 The Library Settlement Project is started at four locations: Beacock, Central, Jalna and Sherwood. The project is funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada in partnerships with the Centre for Lifelong Learning, the London Cross Cultural Centre, LUSO Community Services and the South London Neighbourhood Resource Centre.
July 7, 2012 Employment Resource Centres close at Central, Crouch and Jalna branches.
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