Aurora Public Library

Record Details
Alternate Name APL ; Aurora Library
Office Phone 905-727-9494
E-Mail info@aurorapl.ca
Website www.aurorapl.ca
Social Media Facebook Facebook: www.facebook.com/aurorapubliclibrary
Twitter Twitter: www.twitter.com/APLtweets
YouTube YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/AuroraPubLib
Established 1855
Primary Executive Jill Foster, Chief Executive Officer; Phone: ext 221
Funding City / Town
Description (Service) Public library services * library collection and digital services including eBooks, eMagazines * streaming and downloads of movies, TV, audiobooks and music, print books, newspapers and magazines * Large print and talking books * DVDs, Blu-ray and music CDs * video games * community information * local history and genealogy * * free Wi-Fi * public computer workstations * programs for all ages * community events * book clubs * visiting library service * inter-library loans * The Colleen Abbott Gallery (rotating art exhibits) * study rooms * business support * photocopying and printing * 3D printing * an accessible computer station with applicable software;
ESL Conversation group provided by York Catholic District School Board in the library Book Bike cargo bike visits Aurora events and locations using mobile technology
Hours Mon 1 pm-9 pm, Tue-Thu 9:30 am-9 pm, Fri-Sat 9:30 am-5 pm, Sun 1 pm-5 pm (Sep- May) * ESL conversation group Tue and Thu 1 pm-3 pm
Dates ESL Classes Sep to Jun
Areas Served Aurora ; York Region - southern municipalities ; Membership is free to all who live, work, attend school (K to Grade 12) or own property in Aurora, Newmarket, Markham, Richmond Hill and Vaughan (YPLN libraries) * verification of eligibility is required * Additional reciprocal borrowing agreements are in place for some municipalities.
Eligibility Infants, toddlers, children, youth, adults, seniors
Application Please register in-person * identification with current address is required for all registrations * Children 13 and under must have a parent or legal guardian with them to register * ESL conversation group sign up at the Adult Information Desk, 905-727-9494 x275 
2) Take the free language assessment test: ysla@tcet.com, 1-855-330-8655, or Losia Makarians: 647-882-0036
Languages English
Fees Membership - Non-Residents ; Membership is free to all who live, work, attend school or own property in Aurora or any York Region municipality (as per YRPLP Agreement).  
 
Children 13 years of age and under require the permission of a parent/guardian.  
 
There is an annual fee of $60.00 per person for those who do not live, work, attend school or own property in York Region (exclusive of participants in a reciprocal borrowing agreement).  
 
Temporary residents may apply for a three (3) month membership and will be charged a deposit of $20.00 which is refunded upon the return of all materials and the membership card including receipt for the deposit.  
 
Customers in temporary housing (e.g. shelters or hostels) who are unable to provide a permanent address may borrow three (3) print materials at a time, unlimited e-resources and must renew their card every three (3) months. A letter from the shelter on letterhead is required to confirm residency
Site Location Aurora
Located In Community Aurora
Address & Map
15145 Yonge St
Aurora, ON L4G 1M1
Intersection Yonge St and Wellington St E
Physical Access Fully Accessible ; Designated parking at entrance ; Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance ; Easy access to elevator
Service Categories English as a Second Language ; Public Libraries

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