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Service Update

Library service update

More than one million items are going back into circulation. Plus, the wait for holds is over.


Celebrate Black History Month

Discover diversity, history and culture with programs, activities and games for all ages.

Online Services

Explore OverDrive and Libby

Borrow ebooks, audiobooks and magazines – from new releases to classics and everything in between.

Online Services

Listen and watch on Hoopla

Stream movies, music, TV and even comics on any of your personal devices.

Online Services

Watch concerts, opera and ballet

Experience magical performances from around the world in real time and on demand with


Upskill for a career in tech

Enroll in free, self-paced introductory tech courses through Cisco’s Networking Academy and Skills for All.


Discover the 2024 Salon Series

Hear from local and international authors, artists and thinkers in conversation about their new books.


Get your child ready to read

Find activities, programs and booklists designed to help build pre-reading skills.


Upcoming programs

  • Find a program near you

    Concerts, crafts, book clubs, newcomer programs, storytimes and so much more.

    Search programs, events and workshops by topic, location and age group.

    • Digital Innovation Programs

      Register for hands-on workshops and learn how to use creative software – from 3D design to video editing.

    • Book Clubs

      Meet with fellow bibliophiles in your community. Choose from traditional, genre-focused, author-specific and book lovers clubs.

    • Child and Family Programs

      Stories, songs, puppets, rhymes, crafts and more! Join us for engaging and interactive programs for kids ages 5 and under.

    Visit our programs page

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Digital Archive Ontario

Digital Archive Ontario is currently unavailable. An update will be provided as soon as service is restored.

Financial support from the Ontario government is gratefully acknowledged.
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Donations help ensure everyone in Toronto has free and equitable access to TPL’s vital resources.

Land Acknowledgement Statement

Toronto Public Library is situated on Indigenous land and Dish with One Spoon territory. This is the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, the Wendat, and the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. Toronto Public Library gratefully acknowledges these Indigenous Nations for their guardianship of this land. More information.