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There is no better way to get cozy in the winter season than with a good book from the local library. The City of Burlington has seven public library branches dotted around the city. They offer more then just books too, with special events, arts and culture, community programs and many uplifting activities to help people from all walks of life. Visit the Burlington Public Library online and find something just for you at: https://www.bpl.on.ca/

If you've read a great book lately, get involved at the Burlington Public Library and recommend the next community read! One Book One Burlington brings people together through the power of one really great Canadian book. Planning for next year is currently underway and locals are encouraged to get involved. Suggest the title you think all of #BurlON should read in 2018! Eligible books may be fiction or non-fiction, written by a Canadian author, and published in the past three to five years.
Learn to sew, take in a movie, make music and gather around for family story time with the Burlington Public Library this January. View their online events calendar and find specific events catered to adults, youth, seniors, family, children and community. The library has a vast collection of books, music and movies as well as a plenty of digital archives. Burlington can't possibly be boring this winter with all this to offer.
Be sure to stop in at one of the seven branches of the Burlington Public Library this January!
Central Library: 2331 New St.
Aldershot: 550 Plains Rd. East
Alton: 3040 Tim Dobbie Dr.
Brant Hills: 2255 Brant St.
Kilbride: 6611 Panton St.
New Appleby: 676 Appleby Line
Tansley Woods: 1996 Itabashi Way

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