Public Libraries bring incredible value to the communities they serve, and Halton Hills Public Library is no exception. By providing free access to critical resources, your local library makes a significant difference in supporting the literacy, social needs and achievements of children, teens, students, adults, and seniors in our community.

Halton Hills Public Library delivers:

  • Lifelong learning and social connections opportunities, including additional strategies for seniors
  • High-quality children’s and youth programs that support literacy and learning
  • Equitable, reliable access to the internet and public access computers
  • Job training and re-training programs and resources that help workers to learn and build new skills, succeed in accreditation exams and improve language skills
  • Small business supports and community economic development by providing entrepreneurs and small business owners with access to supports and resources, to learn and use innovative technologies, including 3D printing
  • Access to government services, including Service Ontario access points in our communities

The Halton Hills Public Library Advocacy Committee is a subcommittee of the Library Board and would be happy to speak to your organization or group.

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