|3255 Erindale Station Rd. L5C 1Y5 905-615-4825
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WOODLANDS LIBRARY ACCESSIBILITY
Outdoor accessible parking available. Automatic doors at the main entrance of the library. Accessible seating space for quiet reading. For specific information regarding Accessibility, contact the Library Branch directly.
Internet Access | Word Processing Station | Approximately 52,000 items | Program Room | Study carrels | Wireless (WiFi) Access | USB Capability | Programs for all ages
The Woodlands Library is situated at Erindale Station Road and McBride Avenue, halfway between Dundas and Burnhamthorpe Streets. The library, opened April 7, 1975, is adjacent to the Woodlands Secondary School.
|Programs for Adults
Basic computer instruction which pairs up Adults who want to learn more about computers with teen volunteers who can assist with one-on-one mentoring. To book an appointment call (905) 615-4825
ELibrary Basics and EReader Help
Discover how to access the Library’s eBooks, audiobooks and eMagazines. To book an appointment call 905 615-4825.
Older Adults Social Club
The Woodlanders 55+ meet every 3rd Wednesday of the month from 10 – 12 noon. No meetings in July and August.
Just drop-in and enjoy free refreshments!
Stitch & Sew
Self-use of library sewing machine for minor alterations or repairs. For use in library only.
To book a machine, call 905-615-4825.
Saturdays, 10-12 noon and 2-4 pm
Programs for Teens
Teen Advisory Group (TAG)
TAG members offer suggestions for teen programs and help make them happen, provide feedback on the library's teen collections, meet other teens, have input on the Teen website and TAG time counts as Community Service.
Thursdays Bi-Weekly 3:15 – 4:30pm
Submit an application for the next recruitment period.
Programs for Newcomers
Adult English Conversation Club
Thursdays, 6 - 7:30 pm
In Partnership with Newcomer Centre of Peel
Newcomer Youth Club
Wednesdays 3 - 4:30 pm
Ages 13 - 19 yrs. For start and end dates please call 905 615-4825.
In partnership with Newcomer Centre of Peel. Free.
Programs for Children
For a full list of Programs at Woodlands Library go to Programs For Children
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 Woodlands 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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