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Service has been restored to the first three floors of North York Central Library.

This includes the Circulation/Browsery department, Children’s and Teen Zone on the first floor, the Creation Loft (including a Digital Innovation Hub and Fabrication Studio) on the second floor and the Language, Literature and Arts department on the third floor.

Remaining floors will open as they are completed later this year.

New Features


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The transportation-themed KidsStop is a fully accessible literacy-rich, tactile learning environment for children and their families to learn and play together. Kids are invited to drive the car, ride the bus and explore the interactive cityscape mural.

Discovery Zone

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Children aged 6 to 12 can create designs on the Everbrite Wall, have fun constructing a ball run on the magnetized wall, or build a roller coaster track.

Digital Innovation Hub

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This high tech space sparks inspiration, experimentation and learning. Create and collaborate using new technology and digital media. Edit and record music and video, preserve your family photos, or design and print your prototype on the 3D printer. You’ll also find virtual reality headsets, circulating Arduino kits and professional design software, including Adobe Creative Suite. Many free programs are offered.

Fabrication Studio

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TPL’s first Fabrication Studio is a unique creation and learning space that offers sewing, serger and embroidery machines to create textile projects and a vinyl cutter for artistic projects. Learn new skills at one of the many free programs.

Extended Hours and Sunday Branches

Sunday service resumed at North York Central Library on Sunday, July 8.

Book Ends

Book Ends will remain closed until further notice. During this period, you may donate to Book Ends at Toronto Reference Library.