Older Adults
Older Adults

Programs for Older Adults
All programs are free, unless otherwise noted.

Computer Buddies

One-on-one computer learning with a teen volunteer. Suitable for beginners. Sessions are 60 minutes.
Available at the following libraries:
CentralBurnhamthorpe, Frank McKechnie, Lorne Park, Malton, Meadowvale, Port Credit, Streetsville, Woodlands.
Call to register.

eLibrary Basics

Get one-on-one help with downloading and streaming eLibrary content, including movies, music, TV shows, eBooks, eAudiobooks, and eMagazines. Available at all locations. Call to book an appointment.

Older Adult Social Club
Enjoy good company, free refreshments, and a variety of activities and guest speakers. Available at the following libraries: Burnhamthorpe, Clarkson, Cooksville. Malton, Mississauga Valley, Sheridan, Streetsville, Woodlands. Call for more information.

Library eNews
Our monthly electronic newsletter, delivered to your email box. Filled with information about upcoming programs and events.
More information / sign up

Try our apps for digital books, audiobooks, movies, magazines, newspapers and language learning.
Visit the apps page.

Adult Fiction DVDs
Adult Non-Fiction DVDs
Books on CD
Large Print Books
Local History/Genealogy
Raves and Faves

Homebound Service
This Library service brings print and audio materials to Mississauga residents who are unable to visit a library. Library staff select and package materials, and volunteers or family members do the delivery. Call 905-615-3500 for more information.
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City of Mississauga
Visit the City of Mississauga’s Older Adults page for information about housing, transportation, seasonal services and government programs.

Contact the Library at support.library@mississauga.ca or call 905-615-3500.

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Volunteer Drivers
Volunteers with own transportation are needed to deliver books.

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