City of Burlington now offering expanded library services


Published July 2, 2021 at 3:15 pm

The City of Burlington is now offering expanded library services.

As of June 30, in alignment with the Province of Ontario’s reopening guidelines, six library branches in Burlington will be open for limited walk-in services, browsing and computer use.

This includes the Aldershot, Alton, Brant Hills, Central, New Appleby and Tansley Woods branches.

Additionally, for those who would like to participate in activities from home, virtual library programs will continue being offered. This includes storytimes, book clubs, discussions, workshops, trivia games and more.

Over the summer, a reading club will also be offered online. Those who are interested in participating may do so for free.

Burlington residents are reminded that Public Library branches are open daily with 24/7 access to digital collections and online resources with the exception of holidays.

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