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Celebrate Black history and culture with programs for kids, teens and adults.

Illuminating views of our city streets: explore this free exhibit of paintings, drawings and prints of Toronto from the library’s Canadian Documentary Art Collection. February 10 – April 22.

Artists are invited to submit their application for possible exhibition at one of 16 branches between September 2018-August 2019. The deadline to apply is April 3, 2018.

Looking for a book during the holidays? There’s something for everyone on The List.

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The library is closed for renovations and a re-opening date will be announced in early 2018. A pop-up location with limited service is open at North York Centre Mall.

Financial support from the Ontario government is gratefully acknowledged

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