Service Alerts

We're OPEN! Note: changes to Monday hours at some locations. Proof of vaccine not required to use Library at this time.
September 30 marks the first National Day of Truth and Reconciliation. The Library will be closed, with programs and reading lists available.
Print from Home now available!
Your Library is now FINE FREE!


Park Passes

Ontario Park Passes:

  • Can be found in the catalogue by searching 'Park Pass'
  • Holds can be placed on Park Passes and they can be picked up and returned at any location
  • Park Passes can be borrowed for 7 days and they can be renewed up to 3 times (for 1 week) as long as there are no other holds on them
  • There are no overdue charges but items will be billed if they are overdue.

BCIAB Testing

Book Club in a Bag Collection

Click on a title below to see when it is available and to fill out the request form.
Use the drop down menu to select the week you would like to pick up the bag. Click on the title to fill out the request form.
Please allow a minimum of five business days between requesting a title and its arrival at a branch location.

    We Pick

    Do you miss browsing the Library for your next great read? Not sure what to place on hold?

    Forest of Reading

    What is Forest of Reading?

    The Forest of Reading is Canada’s largest recreational reading program with over 270,000 participants every year. It's goal: to develop a lifelong love of reading. It has programs for children and youth from Kindergarten to Gr. 12, and it connects them with stellar Canadian literature. It also gives them the opportunity to vote for their favourite book.

    Spring Break 2021

    march break 2021 at london public library
    Registration starting Saturday, March 27th
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    I Read Canadian Day

    I READ CANADIAN DAY is a national day of celebration of Canadian books for young people.

    Wednesday, February 17 is the second annual I Read Canadian Day, a nationwide celebration of Canadian books for young people. Kids and teens - adults too - are encouraged to read a Canadian book for 15 minutes on the day.

    Resources from Home

    Looking for ways to keep your family inspired and learning while at home?

    We've got lots of great resources for students of every age and grade level.
    Here are some recommendations:

    Family Literacy Day 2021

    Family Literacy Day takes place every January 27th to raise awareness about the importance of reading and engaging in other literacy-related activities as a family.

    This year we are celebrating all week from Monday January 25 to Saturday January 30. The theme for 2021 is: Travel the World Together!

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    One eRead Canada

    One eRead | Un Livrel Canada

    One eRead Canada is a national, bilingual digital book club connecting readers to one another and to their libraries. This year’s pick is Kim Thúy’s celebrated novel, Vi. Join us January 1-31, 2021!