Location: Oakville, Ontario, Canada

Little Libraries

There are 14 "Little Libraries" within 25 miles.

Local venues

Oakville Town Centre, 310 North Service Road West, Oakville, Ontario L6M 2R7 Canada
Good Books (0.7 miles)
588 Kerr Street, Oakville, ON L6K 3C7 Canada
240 Leighland Avenue, Unit 244, Oakville, Ontario L6H 3H6 Canada
1070 McCraney Street East, Oakville, Ontario Canada
Fly by Night Books (1.2 miles)
344 Kerr Street, Oakville, Ontario L6K 3B8 Canada
1430 Trafalgar Road, Oakville, ON L6H 2L1 Canada
250 Kerr Street, Oakville, Ontario L6K 3B2 Canada
120 Navy Street, Oakville, Ontario Canada
1415 Third Line, Oakville, Ontario Canada
1274 Rebecca Street, Oakville, Ontario Canada
1051 Glenashton Drive, Oakville, Ontario Canada
R & R Books (4.0 miles)
2406 Lakeshore Rd., Bronte, ON Canada
Whirlybird Books (4.0 miles)
327 Dundas St. E., Waterdown, ON L9H 7H7 Canada
1148 Winston Churchill Blvd., Oakville, Ontario Canada
Erin Mills Power Centre, 3050 Vega Blvd, Mississauga, Ontario L5L 5X8 Canada
2475 Truscott Dr., Mississauga, Ontario Canada
2251 Speakman Drive, Mississauga, ON L5K 1B2 Canada
2225 Erin Mills Parkway, Mississauga, Ontario L5K 1T9 Canada
2225 Erin Mills Parkway, Mississauga, Ontario Canada
3058 Fifth Line W, Mississauga, ON L5L 5W3 Canada
2233 South Millway Dr., Mississauga, Ontario Canada
676 Appleby Line, Burlington, Ontario Canada
1474 Truscott Dr, Mississauga, Ontario Canada
3359 Mississauga Rd., Mississauga, Ontario L5M 7L2 Canada
1996 Itabashi Way, Burlington, Ontario Canada

Local events

Toronto Writers' Co-operative
The Toronto Writers' Co-op offers weekly workshops, guest authors, member readings, open mic and publications--your opportunity to polish, publish and perform your work.
English Conversation Circle
Practise your conversation skills and learn about the library.

Presented by WoodGreen Immigrant Services.

To register please phone Teresa Tao (416)645-6000 ext.2344 or email ttao@woodgreen.org (thebookpile)
Junction Family Resource Centre @ Annette Street Library
Parents and caregivers can bring their children to the Junction Family Resource Centre program here at Annette Street Library for:

*Fun and educational activities for the children
*A chance to get to know other parents and caregivers
*Information on parenting/child development
*Healthy and nutritional snacks

This is a FREE DROP-IN program which takes place 3 days a week:
-Mondays, 10am-1pm
-Tuesdyas, 12:30-4pm
-Thursdays, 12:30pm-4pm

For more info, please call 416-783-7298 ext 227 or call the branch at 416-393-7692. (thebookpile)
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Let's Get Started
A free program for parents / caregivers and their children (1-6 years of age) who need additional developmental support. Get support and information from a variety of professionals. Learn ways to support your child's development, and more. Register @ 416-394-2424 x 225. (thebookpile)
Toddler/Preschool Storytime (19 months to 5 years)
Toronto Public Library - Yorkville, Monday, March 2 at 10:30am
Stories, songs, and rhymes for children 19 months to 5 years with their parents or caregivers.
Registration begins on Monday, January 19th at 10 a.m. in person or by phone at 416-393-7660. (thebookpile)
Toddler Time
Join us for stories, songs and rhymes for children 19 months to 3 years of age and their caregivers. (thebookpile)
Computer Classes
Learn basic mouse, keyboard and internet skills in this hands-on class. These sessions introduces you to skills required for all computer training at the library. All Mondays except Holidays - Feb 16th and March 16th. Registration is required. Please register in person or call 416-395-5980. (thebookpile)
1893/1933: Chicago?s Columbian Exposition & Century of Progress
Toronto Public Library - Deer Park, Monday, March 2 at 2pm
1893/1933: Chicago?s Columbian Exposition & Century of Progress.
By Arthur E. Weis.
The first came at the height of the ?Gilded Age?, the second during the depth of depression. Chicago?s great fairs left their impacts on the world and the town that hosted them. Arising on the south shore of Lake Michigan, the earlier fair was inspiration to the ?City Beautiful? movement, an architectural fashion celebrating the past, and culminating in the Mall in Washington, D.C.
Eight miles up the shore and forty years later, the vision turned squarely toward the future. The second fair aspired to streamlined designs executed in novel materials, pointing hopefully towards prosperity. Faith in progress?in a better material life to come?was the fair?s overarching message, a message that permeated public discourse and supper-table conversation in Chicago for another forty years. On the other hand, Little Egypt and Sally Rand made their marks too.
Arthur E. Weis is professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology studying evolutionary response to climate change at U of T?s Koffler Scientific Reserve.

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Play & Learn
In cooperation with Macaulay Child Development, this interactive 8-week program offers children and their caregivers a chance to play with toys, games, puzzles, art, songs and stories. It is a great way to gain valuable information on child development and how playing helps develop important early learning skills. (thebookpile)
Memoir Writing Group
Join our memoir writing group, share your experiences and develop your writing style. Meetings are Monday afternoons year round excepting holidays. (thebookpile)
After School Club
Hang out at the S. Walter Stewart Library after school. Bring your friends or make some new ones. We have video games, board games, Lego, Bean Bag Toss, and lots of awesome contests every week. For children ages 6-12. No registration is required. Drop in to our auditorium and check it out! (thebookpile)
Leading To Reading
Children Grades 1 to 6 requiring help with reading, homework, and study skills receive individualized help for one hour per week - Mondays. Free program. Registration required. (thebookpile)
Homework Help for Teens
Free one-to-one tutoring to students from Grades 7 to 12. Whether it is an Algebra equation, a Chemistry assignment or an essay about Shakespeare, volunteer tutors are ready to help.

Students can drop-in as often as they want to get help from tutors. They can also use the program room as a quiet study space.

No Registration Required (thebookpile)
Crafts for Kids
Toronto Public Library - Albion, Monday, March 2 at 5pm
Get in touch with your creative side! Make something to take home using paper, scissors, colours and your imagination! All ages welcome. Parents must be present for children 6 years and younger. Drop-in only. (thebookpile)
English Conversation Circle / Income Tax Information for Newcomers
Toronto Public Library - Richview, Monday, March 2 at 5:30pm
Ongoing classes to practice your English with other newcomers. Gain confidence in practicing your English speaking skills, expand your networking list and learn about Canadian way of life, culture and multiculturalism.

For more information, please call Faiza at 416 268 3981.

In partnership with Citizenship and Immigration Canada, Rexdale Women's Centre and Toronto Public Library. (thebookpile)… (more)
Toronto Wordsmiths
Toronto Public Library - Parkdale, Monday, March 2 at 5:30pm
Toronto WordSmiths is a writing group for youth ages 16-29 to come together to share and learn from one another.

Poets, Artists, Dreamers, Writers, All are welcome.

No writing experience necessary

To register contact Anna, Jess or Ashley at: TOwordsmiths@gmail.com with a short description of yourself and why you want to join.
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Tamil Networking and Support Group
Join us on Monday evenings and meet members of the community. Share your thoughts and experiences and get information from the Library Settlement Partnerships worker Dilani Kronemberg. To register contact Dilani at 647-296-7358.

In partnership with Citizenship & Immigration Canada, North York Community House and Torornto Public Library. (thebookpile)
International Women's Day
Lorraine Greaves, one editor of "Play it forward: 50 years of women and sport in Canada," will share this inspiring collection of stories from women on the front lines of sport. These are intimate and honest accounts from athletes, coaches, educators and activists for women's sport who have done so much to foster change. (thebookpile)
Kid's Lit is Alright: A Children's Book Club for Adults
Toronto Public Library - Locke, Monday, March 2 at 7pm
Join other children's book lovers for a lively discussion of new and old favourites. (thebookpile)
Spanish Literature Reading Circle: Circulo de Lectura en Espanol
Toronto Public Library - Palmerston, Monday, March 2 at 7pm
Discuss selected books in Spanish. Meetings are once a month on a Monday night at Palmerston Branch.

Circulo de Lectura en Espanol.

All are welcome. Drop-in. No registration required.

For more information - call the branch at 416-393-7680. (thebookpile)
Family Time-Winter Session 2015
Join us for an interactive early literacy course. Sessions include stories, rhymes, activities and much more. For parent/caregiver and children 19 months to 5 years.

Registration begins Monday Jan 12 at 9 a.m. (thebookpile)
Ready for Reading: Toddler Time
Toronto Public Library - Albion, Tuesday, March 3 at 10:30am
Enjoy songs, rhymes, stories and bounces with your toddler! Tuesdays from 10:30-11am. Drop-in only. Ages 18-36 months. (thebookpile)
Make the Connection
Toronto Public Library - New Toronto, Tuesday, March 3 at 10:30am
A free 9-week program for parents and babies from birth to 12 months old. For more information, contact Public Health Nurse Cindy at 416-338-7054. Tuesday mornings from Feb 3rd- March 31st,10:30-12:30. (thebookpile)
Family Time
Toronto Public Library - Rexdale, Tuesday, March 3 at 10:30am
The Fluffy and Patches Rabbit Story Time. (thebookpile)
Baby Time
Toronto Public Library - Locke, Tuesday, March 3 at 11am
A Ready for Reading program. Bouncing and tickling rhymes, songs and stories for babies from birth to 17 months with their parents or caregivers. Register by ballot Jan.5 - Jan. 17. Child's library card required. Draw on Jan. 19. (thebookpile)
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