Happy Pride Month, Toronto!

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National Indigenous History Month

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Go abroad with Mango Languages

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Special Collections

Postcards of cottage country

See a stunning set of Muskoka postcards — and learn about the man behind them — in our new blog post.


100 fresh reads for youth

Discover The List, a curated round-up of the top titles for teens in 2024. Start browsing today!


Father's Day stories for kids

Celebrate dad with these recommended picture books.


They shoot, they score!

These sports romances are ready to be added to your starting lineup.


Reading Challenge

A book about community

Get recommended reads from staff for this Reading Challenge category.

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    Concerts, crafts, book clubs, newcomer programs, storytimes and so much more. Search programs, events and workshops by topic, location and age group.

    • The Sounds of Orwell's Animal Farm

      Wed Jun 12, 2024 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
      Location: Online

      Near the beginning of Animal Farm, Major recalls (or, at least, claims to recall) a song that he had heard when he was a piglet. Major's source - his mother and the other sows - "knew only the tune and the first three words."...

    • The Laundryman's Boy Edward Y.C. Lee

      Thu Jun 13, 2024 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
      Location: Northern District

      Please join Edward Y.C. Lee as he discusses and performs a reading from his novel The Laundryman's Boy. The Laundryman's Boy is and enduring and moving tale about early newcomers to Canada and their struggle to succeed a...

    • Pride Month Jazz Concerts: Robert Ball

      Thu Jun 13, 2024 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
      Location: Toronto Reference Library

      Join us for a Jazz concert in celebration of Pride Month! Robert Ball (He / Him) is an artist who brings heart and passion to everything he does with a voice that is ?smooth as silk? (BroadwayWorld.com), and with...

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