On Monday, March 11 Toronto Public Library welcomed the community back to its much loved Mount Dennis Branch. The library has been redesigned to create an accessible, welcoming environment with improved customer service and more access to technology and collections. It also features improved space for meetings and programs to respond to the neighbourhood’s growing need for community space.
New elements include:
We invite you to visit the new Mount Dennis branch.
KidsStops are exciting innovative tactile learning environments where parents and caregivers can learn and play independently with children birth to five. KidsStops transform the Library into a destination for young families. The Library becomes not only a place to pick up books quickly but also a place to stay for an extended time, sharing books and other literacy-based toys and material. The centres also enable staff to share ideas with parents and caregivers on how to create literacy-rich home environments. KidsStops are available at S. Walter Stewart and Dufferin/St. Clair branches and will soon be available at Thorncliffe and Cedarbrae branches.
KidsStops are supported in part by Sophie’s Studio.