Please register for all events at 519-538-1060 ext. 1123 or by email at

Accessibility Notice: Please be advised there is no elevator access to the Library board room, history room, or the Junior Library.

The Meaford Library hosts many activities - most are free of charge.  

What's happening:
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Read -A-Thon a Meaford Public Library Fundraising Event
Monday, April 1 to Friday, May 31
Decide how many books you want to read.  Commit to this goal and you get to pick the books!  Ask your family and friends to sponsor your reading goals.
Prizes to be won.  Open to readers of all ages.
Download the Book Log and Donation Form to get started.



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 CVITP Tax Help in March and April

An appointment is necessary.  Contact Amy at or 519-538-1060 ext. 1131 
Mondays, Tuesday, and Wednesdays
Location:  Library history room from 10:30 am to 4:30 pm
A qualified volunteer can help you prepare your income tax and benefit return if you have a modest income and simple tax situation.
Please bring all your tax forms with you.


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Tech Tuesday
Tuesday, May 21 at 2 pm
Location:  Tech Centre on the Main Floor
This month's tech:  Ancestry - Library Edition
Learn all about this powerful genealogy eResource
Please register in advance.

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Koffee House Reads presents....
Dr. Randal Graham
Thursday, April 18 at 2 pm
Location:  To the Moon Bakery and Cafe
Tickets:  $10 per person and includes coffee/tea and dessert
Buy your tickets in advance at the Library


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Koffee House Reads presents....
Andria Hill-Lehr
Thursday, May 30 at 2 pm 
Location:  Meaford Hall
Tickets:  $10 per person, each ticket includes coffee and dessert.
Buy your tickets in advance at the Library





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Wild, Weird and Wacky Weather
Wednesday, April 24 at 2 pm
Location:  Library reading room on the first floor
Local photographer David Chapman presents the beauty and power of Ontario's weather.  Learn about Fallstreak Holes, Superior Mirages, and discover how far south the Aurora Borealis can actually be seen.
Space is limited.  Please register in advance.


Logo for Gardhouse financial counsel Personal Finances with Gardhouse Financial Counsel
Thursday, April 25 at 6 pm
Location:  Library board room
In this series, a financial advisor will lead the presentations to guide you towards your personal financial goals.
This month's topic:  A Comparison of Annuity versus RRIF 
Space is limited.  Register in advance 
May's topic:  Train the Investor Brain, Thursday May 23

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Introduction to Essential Oils
Monday, April 29 at 2 pm
Location:  Library board room
Linda Teeter, AromaTouch Therapy Certified and Essential Oil Educator, will discuss how to integrate essential oils into your life.  This class is designed for those new to essential oils and interested in their basic use.
Space is limited.  Please register in advance.
Next month's date:  Monday, May 27 at 2 pm.

On-going programming

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Colouring page drop-in
Location:  Library reading room
Show your creativity and relieve stress
Drop in anytime during library hours.



image of chess piecesChess for adults
Thursdays at 5 pm
Location:  Library reading room
Strategize and conquer in one of the world's oldest games.




image of pages from a bookBook clubs
The Library offers 4 adult book clubs.
Check out the book clubs page for more information.




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Do you need help with your device, computer hardware or software? Do you have any other tech questions? 
Visit us at the Tech Centre located in the Public Access Computer area.
Drop in from Tuesday to Friday between 10 am to noon.

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