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Toronto - Author and former Hollywood Actor Meg Tilly will visit four Toronto Public Library branches next week as part of the Canada Council Heritage Series, Degrees of Nowhere: A Geography of Canadian Writing.
Toronto - Toronto Public Library will hold a free volunteer Fair for city youth at the North York Central Library on Thursday, November 8, 2007 from 3:30 pm to 6:00 pm.
Toronto - Toronto Reference Library will host a public open house to celebrate its 30th anniversary this Friday, November 2, 2007.  Mayor David Miller to Cut Birthday Cake at 10:30 a.m.
Toronto - Every Friday this November, Toronto Reference Library celebrates four people who have made a difference. These "agents of change" – experts in the fields of humanitarian aid, education, the environment and broadcasting -- will speak about what they’ve accomplished, and what still needs doing.
Toronto - Members of the public are invited to view the plans for the upcoming expansion and relocation of Cliffcrest Branch by participating in a community open house on Tuesday, December 4, 2007.
Toronto - Toronto Public Library is pleased to announce its inaugural First & Best booklist: a selection of the best of 2007 Canadian children's books for children from birth to five. 
Toronto - Toronto Public Library is expanding wireless internet service to 19 new library locations starting this week.  Toronto Public Library is grateful for funding provided by Citizenship and Immigration Canada for the expansion of wireless internet service.
Toronto - As part of its Keep Toronto Reading festival of books and culture, Toronto Public Library is proud to announce Consolation, by Michael Redhill, as the selection for Toronto's first annual Keep Toronto Reading One Book program.
Toronto - Toronto Reference Library, a cultural centre at the heart of the city, today began a revitalization project that will transform the library over the next five years. This is the first significant renovation to the library since it opened in 1977. The library will remain open during construction.
Toronto - Opening Saturday January 19, Toronto Public Library will present Art Under Cover, an exhibition of artists' books that challenge the traditional perception of books as strictly narrative.

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