PORT CREDIT LIBRARY ACCESSIBILITY
Outdoor accessible parking available. Ramp outside main entrance. Automatic doors at main entrance of library. Accessible washrooms for male and female within the library. For specific information regarding Accessibility, refer to the Library Branch directly.
Internet access | Word Processing stations | Adult Book Club (Website) | Programs for all ages | Wireless (WiFi) access | USB capability | 24-hour book drop | Approximately 70 ,000 items
There has been library service in the Port Credit area since 1896. The current branch library building was built in 1962 and is located at the eastern edge of the Credit River, on the north side of Lakeshore Rd E. and west of Stavebank Rd.
Borrow. Grow. Return. The Port Credit Seed Lending Library is:
A collection of edible, decorative and herb seed varieties that are both organic and non-GMO.
You may borrow these seeds to grow plants at home.
When the growing season is over, harvest your seeds and return a portion of them back to the Seed Library.
It's as easy as 1, 2, 3...
Choose your seeds.
Fill out the provided checkout form and give it to staff (this helps us keep track of the seeds and see what needs to be replenished.)
Enjoy! It's that easy. Now you just take them home to plant in your yard or container garden.
Port Credit Library Programs
Adult Book Club Meets on the first Thursday of each month,
10: 00 AM to 12:00 PM, from September to June.
Movie Discussion Club
Watch the film and then stay for the discussion. Join us on the third Thursday of each month.
6:00- 8:30pm, from October to May. Admission is free. Registration is not required.
For more information please call Port Credit Library, 905 615-4835.
Are you looking for fellow writers? ... a place to air your work? ... support and feedback?
Join this Writers Group which meets every last Tuesday of each month, 6:45-9pm, from September (except Dec. 10) to June.
Free Computer Assistance Program
A program pairing older adults wishing to learn more about
computers with teen volunteers who provide one-on-one instruction.
Registration is required. Contact the Library for details
Youth Programs: Port Credit TAG (Teen Advisory Group)
For teens 14-18 who want to make new friends and
make a difference at their library.
Contact the library for details
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 Port Credit Branch under Quick Clicks.
Port Credit: Our Communiy, Our Library
In recognition of Port Credit's 175th anniversary in 2010, UTM intern Meaghan Eldridge researched the beginnings of Port Credit Public Library and its place in the community.
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