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Writer in Residence

Are you an aspiring writer? Join award-winning author Cherie Dimaline for discussions, workshops and one-on-one appointments at North York Central Library.

Business Inc.

Business Inc. is a nine-week business program offered at the library in partnership with the City of Toronto and the Toronto Business Development Centre.

Calling All Artists

Artists are invited to submit their application for possible exhibition at one of 12 branches between September 2015-August 2016. The deadline to apply is April 10, 2015.

Makers Program

Learn from experts and try out the latest technology by participating in classes, workshops, and meetups. Registration may be required.

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Branch
Agincourt
Albert Campbell
Albion
Alderwood
Amesbury Park
Annette Street
Barbara Frum
Beaches
Bendale
Black Creek
Bloor/Gladstone
Brentwood
Bridlewood
Brookbanks
Burrows Hall
Cedarbrae
Centennial
City Hall
Cliffcrest
College/Shaw
Danforth/Coxwell
Davenport
Dawes Road
Deer Park
Don Mills
Downsview
Dufferin/St.Clair
Eatonville
Eglinton Square
Elmbrook Park
Evelyn Gregory
Fairview
Flemingdon Park
Forest Hill
Fort York
Gerrard/Ashdale
Goldhawk Park
High Park
Highland Creek
Hillcrest
Humber Summit
Humberwood
Jane/Dundas
Jane/Sheppard
Jones
Kennedy/Eglinton
Leaside
Lillian H. Smith
Locke
Long Branch
Main Street
Malvern
Maria A. Shchuka
Maryvale
McGregor Park
Mimico Centennial
Morningside
Mount Dennis
Mount Pleasant
New Toronto
North York Central Library
Northern District
Northern Elms
Oakwood Village Library and Arts Centre
Palmerston
Pape/Danforth
Parkdale
Parliament Street
Perth/Dupont
Pleasant View
Port Union
Queen/Saulter
Rexdale
Richview
Riverdale
Runnymede
S. Walter Stewart
Sanderson
Spadina Road
St. Clair/Silverthorn
St. James Town
St. Lawrence
Steeles
Taylor Memorial
Thorncliffe
Toronto Reference Library
Victoria Village
Weston
Woodside Square
Wychwood
York Woods
Yorkville
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