News and Announcements

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Take a look at the King Weekly Sentinel and the Library's contribution.  Read it here

Filed In: News
Take a look at the King Weekly Sentinel and the Library's contribution.  Read it here

Filed In: News
Take a look at the King Weekly Sentinel and the Library's contribution.  Read it here

Filed In: News
Take a look at the King Weekly Sentinel and the Library's contribution.  Read it here

Filed In: News
Take a look at the King Weekly Sentinel and the Library's contribution.  Read it here

Filed In: News
Take a look at the King Weekly Sentinel and the Library's contribution.  Read it here

Filed In: News
Take a look at the King Weekly Sentinel and the Library's contribution.  Read it here

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How King Township has made it through the pandemic. Read Here

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Curbside service is a way for the Library to lend books and materials to the public in a safe way during a public health emergency like the COVID–19 Pandemic. Patrons will be able to place holds on almost all library materials. After you place holds on…

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More COVID-19 restrictions in place for King The Province of Ontario today announced further measures in York Region—which includes King Township—to slow the spread of COVID-19. The new measures are effective as of Monday, December 14 at 12:01 a.m. when…

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Enhanced Bin and Tag Pickup via Curbside ​​ Residents now have the option to pick-up via CURBSIDE blue and green bins, and waste tags, at all King Township Public Library Branches during Curbside Hours ONLY. Curbside Pickup Hours: King City Library (…

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The King Township Public Library (KTPL) now offers the ability to apply for an online eLibrary card. This service will allow users to access KTPL’s electronic materials, or eContent from the comfort of their own home even if they don’t have a physical…

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As per the provincial order and for the safety of the public and staff, only staff are permitted in the Library. You can browse books online through the Library’s catalogue. To be clear, this also means public computer stations are also unavailable at…