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Contact Information
Office Phone 905-873-2681
Fax 905-873-6118
E-Mail askus@haltonhills.ca
Website www.hhpl.on.ca
Social Media Facebook Facebook: www.facebook.com/HaltonHillsPublicLibrary/
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Twitter Twitter: twitter.com/HaltonHillsPL
Agency Information
Description (Agency) The public library system serving Halton Hills.
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Primary Executive Melanie Southern, Chief Librarian
Alternate Executive Tamara Smith, HHPL Board Chair
Funding City / Town
Description and Service Details
Description (Service) Services:  
* books, CDs, audio books, CD-ROMs, DVDs, console video games, iPads and wireless hotspots available to borrow with a library card  
* loaner laptops and Chromebooks for in-library use 
* downloadable eBooks, audiobooks and magazines 
* online access to free, legal music downloads, movies and television series  
* online courses in business, technology and creative skills via Lynda.com 
* Creativity Centre for scanning, editing, and converting photos and videos, and makerspace with hardware and software for creative photo, audio and video projects 
* 3D Printer 
* light therapy lamp available 
* delivery of library material to qualified residents through Home Library Service  
* winter and summer reading clubs  
* children's programs for ages 6 months and up  
* PA Day movies  
* access to the library catalogue from the library web site  
* free use of Internet workstations with word processing  
* free wireless 
* study rooms 
* business, employment and newcomer services in partnership with other community groups
Hours Mon 1 pm-8:30 pm * Tue-Thu 9:30 am-8:30 pm * Fri, Sat 9:30 am-5 pm * Sun 1 pm-5 pm (closed Sun Jul and Aug)
Areas Served Halton Hills
Eligibility A library card is required for borrowing of materials, access to Internet workstations and some databases, study room bookings and registration for some programs * library cards are available free of charge to anyone who lives, attends school or works within Halton Hills
Application For a library card, apply in-person at a library service desk with a valid piece of photo ID listing current address, or with a student card for high school students * a child will need to have a parent present in order to obtain a library card
Languages English
Fees late fees apply for adults
Site Information
Located In Community Georgetown
Address & Map
9 Church St
Georgetown, ON L7G 2A3
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Intersection Main St S and Mill St
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Categories and Classification
HCSD Main Heading Arts / Culture ; Child / Family Services ; Community Programs
HCSD Sub Heading Computer Access ; Humanities Clubs/Events ; Libraries ; Parent / Child Programs ; Public Libraries ; Recreation for Children / Families
Service Categories 3D Printing ; Humanities Clubs/Societies ; Library Audiovisual Services ; Light Therapy ; Makerspaces ; Mobile Hotspot Devices ; Parent/Child Activity Groups ; Public Access Computers/Tools ; Public Internet Access Sites ; Public Libraries ; Public Wi-Fi Sites

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