Newmarket Public Library
General Phone: 905-953-5110
Automated Telemessaging: 905-953-5111
Children's Department: 905-953-5105
Administration Fax: 905-953-5104
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday to Thursday : 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m
Friday to Saturday: 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday: 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. (September to May)
Library members enjoy free access to over 175,000 items, including paperback, hardcover, and large print books, audio books (including Playaways®), as well as magazines, language kits, CD-ROMs, DVDs, CDs, video games, online databases and e-books.
Online Catalogue: Access the library's online catalogue and search for books and other material through the library's website.
Download Audiobooks & E-books: Download audiobooks and e-books to your computer and then to a mobile device.
Information Services: Consult our qualified staff, access online research databases, or use our extensive collection of reference materials and government documents. Much of it available from home -- online, anytime.
York Info Community Information & Volunteer Centre: York Info provides one-stop access to community information on a wide variety of local organizations, groups and services, while the Volunteer Centre offers assistance in developing a stronger volunteer presence within our community by connecting volunteers and non-profit agencies. Individuals can book time to talk to our Volunteer Services Coordinator about opportunities in the community that align with their interests.
Internet & Wi-Fi Access: As a Library member you can schedule time in phone or in person to use the Internet free of charge. You can also connect a personal laptop computer, PDA, or other mobile Internet device to our in-house network.
InterLoan: If we don't have the item you want you can request it from another library. Sign up for InterLoan service to request books and material yourself online, anytime.
Local History & Genealogy: Examine census and cemetery records to learn more about your family tree. Browse through 100 years of The Era newspaper on microfilm and digitized issues from 1852-1861, 1874-1882 and 1930-1950 online at http://news.ourontario.ca/newmarket/
Visiting Library Service: If you cannot visit us due to an illness, restricted mobility, or a physical, developmental or visual disability, you can have books delivered directly to your home.
Meeting Room Rentals: Available at competitive prices for groups, organizations and businesses. Rent A/V equipment for meetings, such as a laptop computer, multi-media projectors, and a portable videoconferencing system that can be used for distance learning, teaching, and remote staff meetings. Coffee and tea are also available.
Automated Telemessaging: Members can renew materials and check their account by phone.
NPL's Art Collection: The Bowman Collection, artwork by talented Canadian artists, is on display in the Library and online. Local artist Frederick Hagan's lithograph prints are also online at www.ourontario.ca, click on 'Browse By Contributor' and choose Newmarket Public Library.
Children's and Teen Programs: We have a wide range of popular programs for preschoolers to teens.
Adult Programs: Programs cover a wide range of topics such as writing, health issues, job searching, computers, and much more.
Book A Tour Or Presentation: For schools, clubs and other groups who want to know more about the Library and its resources.
Computers For Public Use: Book time to do word processing free of charge.
Photocopying & Printing: Use the Library's photocopier or computers to print B&W copies for 25˘ a page, or use the Library's computers to print colour copies of your documents for 50˘ a page.