Description (Service) Provides comfortable reading spaces, public computer stations, wireless internet access and meeting rooms equipped with presentation equipment, and a gathering place for the community.  
Collections include: 
  • books, talking books, large print books, CNIB Daisy books and daisy players, multilingual collections in various formats and for all ages, multilingual book club sets 
  • e-resources including eBooks, eAudio books, digital magazines and databases for all ages and interests 
  • newspapers and magazines 
  • DVDs, Blu-ray collection  
  • comprehensive reference, government documents, local history and genealogy collections for in-library use 
  • microfilm census reels for the Counties of Simcoe and Grey, back issues of local newspapers on microfilm. 
Services include: 
  • inter-library loan service 
  • Books on Wheels - a free service to residence who are housebound 
  • free public Internet stations and wifi  
  • wi-fi printing 
  • black & white, and colour photocopy service 
  • Fax service, receiving and sending 
  • meeting rooms for rent  
  • an electronic newsletter 
  • exam proctoring 
Click,Connect! Immigration Assistance site. Provides newcomers with private area and a laptop to connect to an online immigration facilitator, as well as access to a scanner for any documents that need to be sent to the facilitator. 
Library also has an accessible computer area with one adjustable accessible computer desk, area equipped with three computers, with large screen monitors (one touch screen monitor, two standard monitors), large print keyboards, touchpad mice, scanners, noise cancelling headphones located on the second floor of the building 
An Infrared Assistive Listening Device is available in meeting rooms 
Library is equipped with easy access for assistive devices including wheelchairs, browsing kaddies, accessible washrooms, automatic door openers. For a full list of accessible technology, feature and equipment see the library's website. 
  • a wide variety of children's, teens and adult programs 
  • technology support and computer services including classes, workshops and one-on-one assistance. 
  • book clubs 
  • art exhibitions and performance workshops 
See the Library's website for a detailed calendar of events and programs

In extreme weather, the library acts as a cooling or warming station during regular hours.
Service Details
Hours Mon-Thu 10 am-8 pm, Fri 10 am-6 pm, Sat 10 am-5 pm
Areas Served Collingwood - and surrounding area
Eligibility No restrictions
Application Call for information
Languages English
Fees Memberships are free to residents of Collingwood. See the website for further non-resident, visitor, student and institutional membership fee information or call 705-445-1571. Identification confirming principal address is required.
Address and Location
Located In Community Collingwood
Address & Map
55 Ste Marie St
Collingwood, ON L9Y 0W6
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Intersection Ste Marie St and Simcoe St
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Contact Information
Office Phone 705-445-1571
Fax 705-445-3704
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Primary Contact Ashley Kulchycki, CEO; Phone: ext 6222; Email:
Alternate Contact Elaine Kelly, Coordinator, Community Engagement and Learning Services; Phone: ext 6253; Email:

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