Ontario Public Library Week: October 17 - 23, 2021
October is Canadian Library Month! During this month, libraries and library partners across Canada raise awareness of the valuable role libraries play in Canadians’ lives.
In Ontario, the first week of October features First Nations Public Library Week from October 4 to 8, and the third week of October is Ontario Public Library Week. (If the third week of October falls on a statutory holiday, OPLW will be held the following week.)
Ontario Library Association (OLA) is the provincial coordinator for Ontario Public Library Week. As the coordinator, OLA provides public libraries and public library supporters with various promotional resources for Ontario Public Library Week. OLA also typically organizes the OPLW launch event if applicable.
For 2021, Ontario Public Library Week will take place October 17 to October 23, 2021 and the theme is “One Card, One Million Possibilities.”
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Digital Graphics and Assets
Digital graphics for OPLW/CLM are available through the shareable Dropbox folder.
Poster/Bookmark Orders and Shipping
Poster and bookmark ordering will not be available this year.
First Nations Public Library Week – Coordinated by Ontario Library Service
Since 2000, First Nation public libraries have used one week of the year to raise awareness of their resources, services, programs and activities. First Nations Public Library Week is celebrated the first week of October to coincide with Canadian Library Month.
First Nations Public Library Week is not only an opportunity to promote public library services but also to celebrate cultural uniqueness through creative library programming. We encourage all Ontario libraries to join in its celebration!
This year, First Nations Public Library Week runs October 4 to 8 with the theme of “Shki Kendaang/Learning New Things Together.”
Please visit the First Nations Public Library Week website for more information about the program history, updates, and resources.