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Children's Summer program registration begins Monday May 30
Check out the full list of our exciting line up of children's programs at the library. Spaces are limited! More Details

Richmond Hill Garden and Horticultural Society Donation
The Richmond Hill Public Library would like to express its gratitude to the Richmond Hill Garden and Horticultural Society for its generous donation of the Society's archives, dating back to 1914. The collection includes yearbooks, membership lists, meeting minutes, photos and more, and offers a reflection of the Town's history through its many achievements and contributions. It is the Library's goal to protect and preserve the donation and make it available to a larger audience.

Hoopla Now Available
Watch a movie or TV series, listen to music or an audiobook, or read an eBook. Streamed content is available for online or mobile access. Explore Now

3D Printer
Drop by the Central Library any Thursday evening in May from 7-8:30 pm and find out what our 3D Printer can do. More details

Did you know that the Library has book sales at all four locations? New items are added daily!

Buy used items for prices ranging from 25 cents to two dollars. You never need to worry about returning them.

For Preschoolers
Designed for preschoolers and children in kindergarten, Miss Humblebee's Academy teaches children all those essential skills needed for school. Can be used on smartphones and tablets too. Explore Now

Gardening Articles
Looking for information about garden plants? Find current articles from magazines. Explore Now

Recommended Reads Lists
Have some favourite authors and need to find your next great read for the summer? Try NoveList for suggestions. Explore Now

Language Learning
Do you have foreign travel plans over the next few months? Before you go, open doors by learning some basic vocabulary. Explore Now

Richmond Hill Newspapers
What happened the day your grandmother was born. What was going on the year your great-grandparents were married. Just what was Richmond Hill like in 1902? 1958? Find the answers in our collection of digitized newspapers. All of our content up to the end of 1979 is now available through the Digital Archive. Browse the collection

New Oak Ridges Library
Planning for the new Oak Ridges Library is well underway. Check the Oak Ridges Building Project page for updates. Read more
Retiring Without Debt
Join us on Tuesday, May 31 from 7-8:30 pm at Central Library to learn how to make changes to your finances in preparation for retirement free from debt. Learn more

Driving Test Workshop for Seniors
Are you turning 80 and need to retake your driving test? Join us at Oak Ridges Library on Thursday, June 2 from 10:30 am - 12 pm and listen to a speaker from the Ministry of Transportation. Learn more and register

PA Day Fun
Join one of the fun activities on June 3. Read TALK Sing Play at 10:30 am is for kids up to 6, Kids Make the Best Gardeners at 11 am is for kids 6-8 and LEGO Block Party at 2:30 pm is for kids 7-10.

A Poet's Walk: Live in the Moment
Join poet and novelist Barry Dempster as he takes you deep into the immediacy of your senses. Starting at Central Library on Saturday, June 4 from 1-4 pm enjoy the sights and sounds of the walk and come back to the Library for writing exercises. Learn more

Richmond Hill Public Library would like to acknowledge the generous donation of the Richmond Hill Rotary Club to support the Library's Forest of Reading Series. Thank you so much for making this program possible!

ESL Skill Building
Come join either ESL for Seniors at Central Library, the ESL Reading Circle at Oak Ridges Library, or the ESL Conversation Group at Richmond Green Library and improve your English skills.
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