COOKSVILLE LIBRARY ACCESSIBILITY
Connected to the Cooksville Colonnade shopping complex on the second floor with outdoor accessible parking available. Automatic doors at the main entrance. Elevator available. An Accessible washroom outside the Library, but on the same floor. Seating area within library for quiet reading. For specific information regarding Accessibility, Contact the Library Branch directly.
Wireless (WiFi) | USB Capability | Collection of nearly 30,000 items including hardcover books paperbacks | DVDs, music CDs, magazines and newspapers | Multi-purpose room | Word Processing stations | Internet workstations | Catalogue station | Children's multi-media workstation and electronic database workstation | Lounge area | Wheelchair accessible
The Cooksville Library opened in June, 2004. The branch is located on the second floor in the Cooksville Colonnade situated on the northwest corner of Dundas and Hurontario Streets.
Free Science Workshops at Cooksville Library
In partnership with York University Science Explorations Camps
Thursday, August 25
Students will learn how animals adapt to their environments then create their own animal.
10-11:30 am Ages: 6-10
Students will learn about the properties of flight and create their own glider.
12-1 pm Ages: 11-14
Students will investigate principles of electricity and create a game using circuits.
2-3:30 pm Ages: 6-10
Photovoltaic Solar Cells
Students will construct solar powered cars and investigate alternative energy sources.
4-5:30 pm Ages: 11-14
To register, please visit Cooksville Library or phone 905 615-4855.
Older Adult Social Club
Meetings are held the first Wednesday of each month from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. September to June.
Come out and join our older adults for a friendly social. Guest speakers are often invited. Your input is welcome!
Your local library offers class visits and outreach programs during the school year. To arrange a visit, contact your nearest library. View the list of Mississauga schools partnered with Cooksville Branch under Quick Clicks.
English Conversation Circles
For newcomers to Canada wishing to improve their fluency, build their vocabulary and gain confidence in speaking English.
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