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Oakville Library Card - Unlimited Potential For Growth, Entertainment and Knowledge and Totally Free

Oakville Library Card - Your Ticket to Unlimited Potential For Growth, Entertainment and Knowledge

A library card is the last, best, free deal still available in most Canadian and American cities.

In Oakville you can have an Oakville Public Library Card just by going into the library and providing evidence that you live in Oakville. Other than late fees on books you fail to return on time, there is no cost.

The benefits of a library card are limitless!

With an Oakville Public Library Card you can:

1. Have access to specialized websites that will allow you to
                                                                                -search your family tree

                                                                                -find career information

                                                                                -preview great books

                                                                                -download online books                         

                                                                                -find health, science and business information

                                                                                -read magazine articles online

                                                                                -get help with your homework

2. Search the online catalogue for books you want to takoutOakville Public Library Card and then place holds on the books you want for pick-up when they are available

3. Take out the latest movie DVDs free of charge!

4. Sign up for special classes and events

5. Renew your books and other items online

6. Read newspapers from your favourite cities

7. Read all of the latest magazines

8. Use one of the library computers

9. Take out CDs of your favourite musicians and motivational speakers

...the list is endless!

Do you have your Oakville Public Library card yet?  If not, what are you waiting for?

Drop in to one of Oakville's 6 Public Library Branches and pick yours up today.


©2010JoSmith


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