Newmarket Public Library

Site: Newmarket - Park Avenue

Service: Public Library

Record Details
Alternate Name Newmarket Library ; NPL
Office Phone 905-953-5110 * Community Information - ext 4705 * Children's Department - ext 4690 * Circulation - ext 4880 * Digital Services and Makerspace ext 4770 * Reference - ext 4770
Fax 905-953-5104
Social Media Facebook Facebook:
Primary Contact Library Reception; Email:
Alternate Contact Lianne Bond, Administrative Coordinator; Email:
Volunteer Coordinator Michelle Baker, Volunteer Services Coordinator, York Info Community Information & Volunteer Centre; Phone: ext 4700; Email:
Established 1856 (Originally known as the Mechanics' Institute)
Primary Executive Todd Kyle, CEO; Email:
Funding City / Town
Description (Service) Provides access to Books, magazines, e-books, large print and talking books * A/V materials * community and health information * local history and genealogy * reference and research * Internet stations * children, teen, and adult programs * Inter-library Loans * The Bowman Collection (artwork) * meeting room rentals * photocopying * wireless Internet access * Volunteer Resource Collection * an accessible computer station with applicable software * makerspace with 3D printer and vinyl-cutter * e-resources including magazines, ebooks, audiobooks, streaming movies and music downloads;

Digital Shift - one on one assistance setting up smart device or computer to access digital library resources;

Homebound Service - provides book delivery and pickup service, by volunteers, for those unable to attend the library;

York Info Community Information & Volunteer Centre database of programs and services in the local community as well as volunteer opportunities * individuals provide profile and are provided list of suggested opportunities or can search the database;

Holliswealth Story Pod outdoor area with books in Riverwalk Commons, 200 Doug Duncan Drive ;

Green Reads book vending machine in Magna Centre, 800 Mulock Dr
Hours Tue, Wed and Thu 9:30 am-9 pm, Fri and Sat 9:30 am-5 pm, Sun 1-5 pm * York Info Community Information & Volunteer Centre Hours: Tue, Wed and Thu 10 am-9 pm, Fri and Sat 10 am-5 pm * digital shift by appointment
Dates Year round
Areas Served York Region ; If you live in or are a current card holder in one of the York Public Libraries Network municipalities of Aurora, Markham, Richmond Hill or Vaughan you can have your card linked to use at Newmarket Public Library
Eligibility Infants, toddlers, children, youth, adults, seniors
Application Visit library with 2 pieces of current identification with your name and address on it)* proof of name and address may be the same document if the identification has a photograph otherwise 2 documents are required * proof of address can be your Valid Ontario Driver's License, Ontario Motor Vehicle Permit, Property Tax Bill, Age of Majority Card, Old Age Security Card, etc * proof of name can be your Birth Certificate, Valid Ontario Driver's License, Passport, Social Insurance Number, Student ID Card, etc * children under 14 require a parent's signature and the parent must be present when the child receives the card * always bring your card to borrow material * cards are non-transferable
Languages English
Fees Membership ; Program - Adult and children ; If you live in Newmarket, own property or a business in Newmarket you have free library membership * non-resident fee of $30.00
Site Location Newmarket
Located In Community Newmarket
Address & Map
438 Park Ave
Newmarket, ON L3Y 1W1
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Intersection Main Street South and Park Avenue
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Service Categories Comprehensive Information and Referral ; Computer and Related Technology Classes ; Public Libraries


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