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Ontario Public Library Week (October 15 to 21)
This provincially-recognized week showcases the important contributions Ontario public libraries make to education, literacy and lifelong learning. We’re hosting a variety of free family-friendly programs, activities and events at all 18 libraries for the entire week. This year's theme is A Visit will get you Thinking.

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SAVE THE DATE: In Conversation with Steve Paikin

The host of TVO’s The Agenda. Paikin discusses themes shaping Mississauga’s future while highlighting excerpts from his book Bill Davis, Nation Builder and Not So Bland After All, a biography about Ontario Premier Bill Davis, known for his influential work on the community college system, TVOntario and the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE).

Saturday, October 14, 2-3 pm
Central Library, Noel Ryan Auditorium

A booking signing in the Library Atrium follows the event.
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This event is made possible thanks to funding by the Friends of the Mississauga Library.

Tickets available September 14 through EventBrite.

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One Book, One Mississauga

Meet Frances Itani, author of the book
Central Library, Readers’ Den Department, Ground Floor, East Side
Monday, September 25, 7 pm

One Book, One Mississauga is a part of a series of city-wide Canada 150 programs and events. It is the City's biggest book club, join us to celebrate reading and to create a shared community experience during this very special year.

This event is made possible thanks to funding by the Friends of the Mississauga Library.
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Requiem was originally published in 2011 and was chosen as the top fiction title by The Washington Post in 2012. Requiem follows the story of Ben Okri, a recent widower who is sent on a journey through his past and across Canada to visit his father. As a child, Ben and his family were held in a Japanese internment camp during World War II in the interior of British Columbia. As does Canada, Ben has to come to grips with his own painful history and move forward to build a new life for himself.

Over 300 copies of the book are available in print at all 18 libraries. Audiobooks and accessible DAISY books are available. In addition, an unlimited number of e-book copies are available through Overdrive

Central Library has a selection of board and card games available to play anywhere in the building
Dominoes, Checkers, Chess, Scrabble®, Playing cards and more!
Games are located at the 3rd floor Information Desk and may be signed out with a library card.
Games are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Visit Maker Mississauga
For interests in Knitting, Sewing, Robotics, 3D Printing, LEGOTM and more...