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Stoney Creek

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

History

Stoney Creek Branch and YMCA

The Stoney Creek Branch Library opened its doors on November 30, 2010. The fully-accessible facility offers a suite of cultural, leisure and recreational services, including Spectrum programs offered by the City through the YMCA, the Community Partner sharing the facility, and a full service, 8000 square foot Library Branch.

A reflection of the demographics of the neighbourhood, the centre is designed to engage the community and satisfy residents' needs for all aspects and ages of their lives.

The library has large fiction and subject collections and a range of spaces such as a "Discover Place" showcasing high demand and topical collections, a wonderful children's area, an inviting Teen Annex, a leisure reading area and study rooms.

It has been built to LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold specifications, which means it is exceptionally environmentally friendly in design, construction and operation. Sustainable design features include provision for bicycle storage/ alternative vehicles, green roof/ white roof, water conservation (eg. no irrigation for landscaping), optimized energy performance, energy efficient lighting, designated recycling area, use of local materials, indoor environment quality including low VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) materials, pollutant controls, thermal and lighting controls, 90% daylit spaces. 

The building is designed to be 62% more efficient than that of the Model Nation Energy Code for Buildings (MNECB). It is expected to achieve a gold rating in the LEED green building rating system by

  • optimizing water efficiency
  • energy efficiency
  • materials and resources
  • indoor environment quality
  • and innovative design.
Historical Facts about Stoney Creek Branch

January 15, 2011 London's seventeenth branch, the Stoney Creek Branch, is officially opened.

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

Parking

Stoney Creek Branch has a large parking lot available.

Bus Route

You can get to us by London Transit Commission (LTC) bus Route 38 Stoney Creek.

Address & Phone #         
 Hours

920 Sunningdale Road East
London, Ontario
Canada
N5X 0H5

(519)-930-2065

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

Meeting Space

For information about meeting space at the Stoney Creek Community Centre, YMCA and Library, please contact: 519-667-4400.

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

Stoney Creek Branch and YMCA

Art Exhibits

Currently we do not provide art exhibit space at Stoney Creek Branch.  However please see below for other locations.

Art Exhibit space is available to new and established London artists and artists' groups at various Library locations.  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.

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:

View exhibit space available at other locations:
Byron
Landon
Carson
Masonville
Central
Pond Mills
Cherryhill
Sherwood
Crouch
Westmount
Lambeth
 

At the Library

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:

Stoney Creek Branch Library Collection

Adult / General

Kids

Teens

 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).

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