In 1971, the Village of Woodbridge officially became part of the Town of Vaughan, and the Woodbridge Library Board joined with the Vaughan Public Library Board to become part of a larger system of libraries. The Woodbridge Public Library operated out of a former municipal building, but after 10 years it was time to move to a new location to serve the fast-growing population.
In 1981, former Library Board Chair, Isabel Little, lead a committee to build the current Woodbridge Public Library building on Woodbridge Ave. Built into an existing historic building, this was quite a process and resulted in the lovely, bright, window-filled building we have today. This library has served the community well for the past 50 years.
Visit Woodbridge Library to enjoy our wonderful collection and be a part of its continuing history.
Woodbridge Library has collections of materials in Italian other than English and French.
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