City building | June 18, 2014
Looking for a great new place to study or read? Head over to the new Woodlands Library and join us for the official opening on Saturday, June 21.
Woodlands Library, 3255 Erindale Station Rd. (located at the corner of Erindale Station Rd. and McBride Ave.) Enter from Erindale Station Rd.
Saturday, June 21, 2014
Meet and Greet at 10:15 a.m.
Official Ceremony begins at 10:30 a.m.
The entrance to the parking lot is shared with The Woodlands School.
“The Woodlands Library is an important part of the community and a crucial building block in creating a welcoming and vibrant neighbourhood,” said Rose Vespa, Director, Library. “We are pleased to show our commitment to lifelong learning with the opening of this new library.”
• Fully accessible new library
• Quiet study rooms
• Bookable community room
• Green building elements including energy efficient equipment
• Self-serve check-out
• Children’s computer
• Large floor-to-ceiling windows
• An outdoor reading space sponsored by The Friends of the Mississauga Library System (in the future TBC).
In addition to the new library opening, the library’s multi-purpose room will be dedicated to Jim Wilde, an active community volunteer in Mississauga. Wilde was a founding member of the Friends of the Mississauga Library System. He was also a member and chairman of the Mississauga Public Library Board. A plaque will be dedicated in Wilde’s honour following the official opening ceremony.
For more information on the Woodlands Library please see this fact sheet.