Toronto Public Library celebrates the largest Aboriginal community in Canada this June, with a series of workshops all across the city.
The Bram & Bluma Appel Salon is a place where writers, thinkers, movers and shakers come together for discussions, debates and more.
In celebration of Asian Heritage Month, great programs for kids, teens and adults at branches across town.
Come join some of Canada's best known children's authors and illustrators at Northern District Branch.
Business Inc. is a eight-week business program offered at the library in partnership with the City of Toronto and the Toronto Business Development Centre.
The eh List brings you the authors of Canada's most popular books of the season.
Step into someone else's shoes and borrow a human book for a one-on-one conversation.
Learn about 3D design, 3D printing and 3D scanning with our inaugural Innovator in Residence, Derek Quenneville.
The annual June Callwood Lecture honours the life, work and legacy of journalist, author and social activist June Callwood (1924-2007).
This April, Toronto Public Library celebrates the joy of reading with our annual Keep Toronto Reading Festival.
Learn about issues that impact our city, and how you can do your part to tread lightly on our planet.
The library has what you need to spend the least and make the most of your money. Ask our expert staff for help in finding what you need, or attend a seminar or workshop to ask a financial expert.
Celebrate Seniors Month with engaging speakers, literary and cultural programs, book club discussions and more.
Sign up for this free six-week program for kids 7 to 12. Explore the world of magic and wizards in some of the greatest stories ever told.
Select branches across the city will be offering hands-on creative workshops made possible by Sophie's Studio. Sophie's Studio promotes creativity and writing for children.
Satisfy your curiousity with an eclectic collection of lectures and discussions across the city.
Look to past times and places to inspire your creative writing and learn from our spring Writer in Residence, Marina Endicott.