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Search the Grand Valley Public Library Catalogue.


A great selection of material available in different formats, regular/large print and eBooks.

  • Adult: fiction, classics, non-fiction, biographies and graphic novels 
  • Children: fiction, non-fiction, board books, picture books, easy reads(fiction & non-fiction), graphic novels and classics
  • Teen: fiction and non-fiction
  • eBooks:  available through Overdrive
  • French Books: fiction, non-fiction and picture books

Audio Books 

  • Books on CD:  A great selection of material in fiction and non-fiction (adult, children and teen)
  • eAudio Books:  available through Overdrive
  • Daisy format audiobooks from the CELA Library (Centre for Equitable Library Access)


A selection of DVDs for all ages

  • New Releases
  • Monday Night at the movies
  • Classics
  • Television series
  • Documentary/Educational
  • Exercise and Health

Magazines & Newspaper

A selection of magazines to borrow.

  • Magazines
  • eMagazines - available through Flipster
  • Newspaper - daily Toronto Star (not available during COVID-19)


  • Children's music CDs
  • Christmas Music CDs
  • Online database/resources, Freegal Music, download 5 songs/week & 3 hours of streaming daily


Enjoy and explore the community with entrance passes through these parks and museums.  

Credit Valley Conservation & the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority

Grand River Conservation Authority: Through a generous donation from Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada (Get Outdoors!) to the Grand River Conservation Foundation, local residents and families can connect with the outdoors at select Grand River Parks, free of charge.  The membership card allows day use entry to 10 parks and the Luther Marsh Wildlife Management Area, during their operating seasons, for up to six people in one vehicle or walking/biking group.  Please note the membership card is not valid at Elora Quarry Conservation Area.

Ontario Parks - day pass for one vehicle into the Ontario Provincial Parks.  

Museum of Dufferin - Day pass for one family.

Local History

The Grand Valley Public Library has a collection of local history material available for public use in the Library.

For more information visit the Local History website page. Local History and Genealogy.


  • Launchpads - children's preloaded programmed tablets for learning
  • Hotspots - mobile internet available for check out with a valid library card in good standing.
  • Chromebooks - available for students of the Upper Grand District School Board

Video Games

  • Wii
  • WiiU
  • Nintendo Switch
  • Playstation 3
  • Playstation 4
  • Xbox One
  • Xbox 360

Accessible Collection

  • Large print books
  • Audiobooks
  • DAISY format audiobooks from the CELA Library (Centre for Equitable Library Access)
  • DAISY player
  • eBooks and eAudiobooks, available through Overdrive
  • Closed-caption video

Online Resources

Online databases/resources are available 24/7 to those with a Grand Valley Public Library card.  To access, visit the website page for online resources.

Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Health Unit Educational Tools

 A selection of educational teaching and health tools for promoting healthy living.

Click to view the items available. WDG Health Unit Educational Tools



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