The Woodstock Public Library has a variety of services and collections available to assist you and your students. We encourage you to book a visit to the library anytime throughout the school year or you may arrange to have a Children's staff member visit your classroom.

It's easy to request a free visit by contacting the Manager of Public Services, Darlene Pretty, at 519-539-4801. Staff requires at least 7 days prior notice of a library visit.

Types of Visits

The Woodstock Public Library offers a variety of free presentations for Elementary Schools.

Library Orientations (all grades)

Give your students the opportunity to learn about all the great things that can be found at the library. Orientations include information about library programs, collections and services, getting a library card, a tour and a fun library activity.


Books! Books! Books! (grades JK to 3)

This is a storytime based program that features great picture books, puppets and activities that can be tailored to your unit of study, seasonal offerings or librarian's choice. We will tour the library and provide your students with upcoming library program offerings.

Book Talking (grades 4 to 8)

Encourage a love of reading with this fun book talking program that will highlight new books and children's favourites. Students will learn how to get a library card and the awesome electronic tools available to find great books to read.

Projects and Research (grades 4 to 8)

Students will learn how to navigate the library catalogue and website to find materials, place holds and find information for projects and assignments from the library and from home.

Mon to Fri: 10:00 am to 8:30 pm
Saturday: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Sunday: 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Woodstock Public Library
445 Hunter Street,
Woodstock, ON  N4S 4G7
Tel: 519-539-4801
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