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Carson

Hours

Tuesday 1-5 & 6-9
Wednesday 9-noon & 1-5
Thursday 1-5 & 6-9
Friday 9-noon & 1-5
Saturday 9-noon & 1-5

Contact

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519-438-4287
465 Quebec St.
N5W 3Y4

 

 

 

 

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Byron

Hours

Tuesday 9 – 9
Wednesday 9-9
Thursday 9-9
Friday 9-6
Saturday 9-5

Contact

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1295 Commissioners Rd. W.
N6K 1C9
519-471-4000

 

 

 

 

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Beacock

Hours

Tuesday 9 – 9
Wednesday 9-9
Thursday 9-9
Friday 9-6
Saturday 9-5

Contact

map showing location of Beacock in the North East corner of city at 1280 Huron St.

1280 Huron St.
N5Y 4M2
519-451-8140

 

 

 

 

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Children Staying Home Alone

Now the kids are back in school for another year, are you wondering what to do with your children for those few hours before and after school while you are at work? Is your child expressing an interest to stay home alone instead of going to an organized before and after- school program or a babysitter? How do you know if your child is ready for this new responsibility?

A New Book by Mike Holmes of "Holmes on Homes"

Welcome to London Public Libraries new Do It Yourself (DIY) Blog.

London Rocks!

We have a vibrant live music scene here in the Forest City, and I’d like to introduce you some of our own talented musicians. You can check out their CD’s here at the library, and if you like what you hear, check them out live around town!

What's a Database?

What’s an Information Database?
  • some contain a collection of magazine, journal and newspaper articles that you can search from a computer. Others such as Novelist provide reading recommendations based on your criteria and book information. You can even research your family history or find instructions for fixing your car in some databases.

Google ... it's more than a search engine

Welcome to the “Living with Technology” blog!

I’m thrilled to be the first poster for this blog and look forward to reading all the other posts that follow. Technology has always been a bit of an addiction for me. I often find myself wandering around stores like Future Shop or reading a gadget blog to see what’s new, and wondering if these things would make my life easier or just more complicated. (Usually the latter, but sometimes I get lucky!).