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Featured Spaces

If you haven't visited your Library in awhile, you may be surprised at the amazing spaces available for you to explore. We're here to inspire you!

You'll find more great spaces at our neighbourhood library locations. 



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Wolf Performance Hall

The Wolf Performance Hall is an ideal venue for hosting or attending a variety of events including: live music, theatre, film screenings, recitals, lectures, conferences and more.

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The Labs

Record your next demo in the free audio recording studio, use a sewing machine, graphic design software or a Cricut machine - all of this is available to you for free at The Labs at Central Library.

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London Room

Researching the history of your house or wanting to learn more about your family? The Ivey Family London Room is a research facility for genealogy and local history located at the Central Library. It contains a wealth of source materials on the City of London and and Middlesex County, such as: books, diaries & manuscripts, minutes, maps, photographs and other memorabilia, and selected municipal documents.

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Central Library

Whether you're meeting friends, taking in a great concert, spending time with your family, browsing for good books, researching local history or looking for a good place to study, Central Library is your destination.


Learn more about the Children's Library, Reading Garden, Labs and more special features of Central Library.

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Sherwood Renovation Project

We’re excited to announce that we’re making much-needed upgrades to Sherwood Branch Library!

This project is tentatively scheduled to start in early fall of this year (2024) and is expected to take about 6 months to complete.

Throughout the project, you will continue to be able to pick up your holds and return your items.  A small Pop Up Library will be available on site for most of the project, with short closures at the beginning and end of the project.