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Please be advised the effective October 15, 2021 all patrons ages 12+ years old who wish to participate in our in person programs will be required to show proof of full COVID vaccination due to Ministry of Health and the Wellington Dufferin Health Unit measures regarding meeting and event spaces.

Adult & Senior Programs -- Ages 18+

**New Program*** Coffee/Tea & Connection Fridays 1:00-2:30pm Drop in, no registration required. 

Starting September 10, 2021 Adults of all ages drop in for a coffee/tea and a snack for a different theme/speaker each week. We will have local community partners, guest speakers, information sessions, and a whole lot more! Watch our social media for updates each week.  

Teen Programs

Follow us on Facebook and Instagram @grandvalley_publiclibrary for current events and library information.

Kids Programs

Join us to have a story read aloud to you by a town dignitary or business owner/member and discover the faces and places in our community. Geared towards children ages 0-5, but adults and older siblings might also enjoy sharing in this timeless tradition of reading a good story together. 

Please be advised that masks are mandatory for all in person programming and we will ensure social distancing.  COVID screening will be completed upon entry into each program.

Together We Read 

Together We Read is a Digital Book Club that is featuring participating libraries in Canada.

During each two-week program, there will be no waitlists and no holds for the selected title. Download Libby to borrow the free ebook or audiobook from your library using your phone or tablet.

August 11-25 2021 Book Choice is All I Ask by Eva Crocker

October 18-31 2021 Book Choice is This year’s title will be Frying Plantain by Zalika Reid-Benta

For more information check out the Together We Read Website

Coffee, Conversation & Books

Collaboration with Dufferin County Libraries; Orangeville Public Library, Shelburne Public Library, and Grand Valley Public Library for conversation with local authors.

** NEW ** Wednesday, October 20, 2021 at 7:00pm at the Mill Street Library, Orangeville

Join Deputy Mayor of Shelburne Steve Anderson for an inspiring discussion on his debut memoir "Driven to Succeed". Steve will share how he went from "the mean streets of Jane and Finch to the privileged seats of Town Hall”, and the work he is doing to inspire youth to dream big. 

Stay tuned for the virtual recording!

Did you miss, Conversation & Books on July 21, 2021 at 7pm virtually with Valorie Mathers?   Valorie is a children's book author, entrepreneur and owner of Happy Kiddo Books.  Valorie set out one day to show her children that they could absolutely anything they put their minds to! She was determined to prove a point and to lead by example, she set off on a journey of research and creativity.  Valorie is currently expanding her creative horizons and is writing her first literary fiction novel.

Watch it here!

Interview with Diane Bator.  

Vaccine Information Session

Do you have questions about COVID-19 and the vaccines? Attend this information session facilitated by Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Heath to learn more. 

Did you miss it? Watch it here!

Check out our Events Calendar for all our programs at a glance!

Contact Us

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