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Organization: Oakville Public Library - Oakville - Iroquois Ridge Branch  
Phone Numbers: 905-338-4247;
Phone renewals 905-815-5996
Fax: 905-338-4248
Email: oplreference@oakville.ca
Website: www.opl.on.ca
Address:
1051 Glenashton Dr
Oakville, ON
L6H 6Z4
Intersection: Eighth Line and Glenashton Dr
Location: Iroquois Ridge Community Centre
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: visit Branches for branch hours
Executives: Lynn Horlor - Chief Executive Officer
905-815-2031
Contacts: Cathy Burke - Branch Manager
Service Description: Provides access to information and resources for individual enrichment, education, recreation and entertainment.

Collections include:
  • fiction and non fiction titles (books, downloadable e-books and audiobooks, music, digital magazines, games and DVDs, movies and TV shows)
  • self study and research collections, print and electronic
  • adult and children's multilingual collections

**NEW Creation Zone**
A place where individuals can work on projects using new technologies along with traditional tools.
New technology offerings include:
  • state of the art programming and design software (for 3D designers and web/game developers)
  • cutting edge videography and photography tools (digital camcorders, green screen, editing software, microphones)
  • space for hands-on learning and coding activities with an emphasis on STEM (science, technology, engineering and math)

Programs/Events include:
  • Kids
  • Teen
  • Adult
  • library public access computers (PACs), located at all branches, offer internet and email access, word processing and printing
  • free Wi-Fi
  • with a library card customers can access all library databases and download information directly to their own computers

PRESTO cards may be purchased at this branch
  • contact the branch for specific PRESTO services available or visit PRESTO for more information
  • Iroquois Ridge Branch has meeting space available for rent
  • designated as a local cooling centre during times of extreme heat

Fees: Program - for some programs * None - except fines for overdue, lost or damaged materials
Application: Apply for a library card at any branch
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: OPL library card required to borrow items
Languages: English ; Interpretive Services
Language Note: Language Line (telephone interpretation service)
Area(s) Served:
Burlington, Halton Hills, Milton, North West Mississauga, Oakville, South West Mississauga, Wellington  
See Also: Libraries and Resource Centres

This information was last completely updated on October 12, 2017

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