What better way to celebrate Canadian Library Month than by joining in on the festivities at the Clarkson Library 50th Anniversary celebration on Saturday, October 3, 2015. Following the official ceremony, the Library is hosting a number of fun, family-friendly activities and programs for all ages.
Clarkson Library Official 50th Anniversary Celebration
Mayor Bonnie Crombie
Ward 2 Councillor Karen Ras
Paul Mitcham, Commissioner, Community Services, City of Mississauga
Rose Vespa, Director, Library Services
Brad Hutchinson, Chair, Mississauga Public Library Board
Saturday, October 3, 2015
Official Ceremony begins at 11 a.m.
Activities noon to 2 p.m.
2475 Truscott Dr.
Mississauga, ON L5J 2B3
For more information about Clarkson Library, please visit mississauga.ca/library or call 905-615-4840.
• This anniversary focuses on the library’s move into the Park Royal Community (within Clarkson) in 1965.
• There has been a library in Clarkson in some form since 1919.
• Started on the second floor of a shop on Clarkson Road North.
• Moved to Clarkson United Church on Clarkson Road North in 1925, which became
• St Christopher’s Roman Catholic Church in 1956.
• Clarkson is one of the smallest libraries in the Mississauga Library System but consistently ranks in the top five for Reading Club registrations, promoting literacy and engaging kids to read for fun all summer long.
• It’s a small library with plenty of programming for families, youth, adults, older adults and newcomers.