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Between Two Panels with Tory Woollcott

TPL's Comic Artist in Residence Tory Woollcott chats with comic creators in Toronto in the video series Between Two Panels. "There are so many different people with so many different takes and input on what comics are – that makes Toronto super unique."


Make a Holiday Tree

Help transform simple branches into a winter holiday tree to display in the library. Make tiny book ornaments to hang from the tiny branches. Relax. Enjoy hot chocolate. Bring friends.


Teen Review: Fallen

Fallen is the type of fantasy novel that is completely unpredictable, and seems to only make you ask more questions as you go along to keep you turning pages.


"It's Not Just One Thing": Youth Services at Toronto Public Library

This short film highlights TPL's youth services. It was created by James Malekzadeh, a young filmmaker and recent graduate of the Ryerson University Film Studies program, was made possible through a partnership with the Toronto Youth Equity Strategy, the Neighbourhood Arts Network and City of Toronto divisions.

Check it out!

Image: Arden, Youth Advisory Group participant



Youth Hubs: Your New Second Home

Youth Hubs run in the library after school as a safe space for all youth. Spend time doing homework with tutors, hanging out, playing board or video games, and planning and participating in events, programs and workshops. Many of the activities make use of the technology that the Youth Hub owns, including laptops, cameras, green screens, Arduino kits and DJ equipment.


Have Your Say: Youth Survey

Are you between 13 and 24 years old? If so, please take a couple of minutes to take this survey. All information is gathered anonymously. It will help us figure out how to serve you better!