Guelph Public Library welcomes the entire community – ensuring all Guelphites have access to the lifelong learning tools they need to connect with one another, important community services, and opportunities to enrich, improve, and transform their lives.
Over 3,000 people enter our doors each day seeking inclusive access to programs, technologies, resources, training, and outreach services. For people of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds, GPL bridges socio-economic, physical, and technological divides, affording the opportunity to explore, connect, and thrive for everyone.
Our library benefits the entire community providing endless opportunities to enhance wellbeing and sense of belonging, including:
Oak Tree funds would enable a ‘Story Teller in Residence’ program at Guelph Public Library, which would focus on Indigenous culture and the Canadian experience as we embark on Canada’s 150th anniversary of Confederation. Through which, Guelphites would have the opportunity to connect with this important part of our heritage, and promote inclusion and understanding of the various cultural groups and identities that make our community and country vibrant.
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