Notices
Public Comments Live Homework Help: an online tutoring service featuring expert tutors from across North America. This free after-school service allows students in grades 4 through the early university and college years to connect to tutors for one-to-one homework help sessions. Help is available in math, science, social studies and English from 4pm to 10pm.
Contact Information
Office Phone 519-824-6220 ; 519-829-4401
Website www.guelphpl.ca
Primary Contact Eleni Hughes, Branch Supervisor; Email: ehughes@guelphpl.ca
Primary Executive Steven Kraft, Chief Executive Officer; Email: skraft@guelphpl.ca
Site Location Guelph-North East
Located In Community Guelph
Address & Map
380 Eramosa Rd
Guelph, ON N1E 6R2
 
View MapQuest Map
Intersection Eramosa Rd and Stevenson St
Physical Access Partially Accessible ; Parking - Accessible, Entrance - Accessible
Description & Services
Description (Service) Assists patrons to access library resources, including print and non-print collections of materials. Services include: 
* information and reference services 
* internet assistance for seniors, ebook instruction 
* children's programs - preschoolers storytime, children's/teen summer reading clubs  
* after hours book drop  
* internet workstations, WIFI 
* calendar of events (see website or call for details) 
 
Extension Services provides access to library materials for Special Needs patrons.  
* Visiting Library Services: complimentary home delivery service of library books to those adult card holders who cannot visit the library because of a physical or mental infirmity or advanced age.  
 
* Talking Books: audiobooks in various formats available for members unable to use regular print due to blindness or a visual, physical or reading disability
Hours Mon-Thu 9 am-8 pm * Fri, Sat 9 am-5 pm * Sun 1 pm-5 pm, Sep-May 
**Summer hours, Jun-Aug, Mon-Thu 9 am-8 pm * Fri, Sat 9 am-5 pm
Areas Served Guelph
Eligibility Guelph Public Library card is needed for borrowing privileges, access to online tutoring program (Live Homework Help) and other services. When applying for a card, identification is required and proof of Guelph address. Residents of Cambridge and Wellington County may obtain a free Reciprocal Borrowing Membership. 
**Library cards are available for a fee to other non-residents 
 
Talking Books are restricted, due to copyright by the producers, to those persons who qualify for this service.
Application Call, visit website or drop in for information. Identification and proof of address required for all memberships. 
Bookmobile inquiries should be directed to the Bullfrog Mall Branch.
Languages English ; multi-lingual website
Fees Membership - fee for ineligible non-residents only: family membership - $50 / six months, $100 / 12 months ; None - for residents of Guelph and eligible non-residents
Other Details
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Established 1984
Funding City / Town
Subjects
Service Categories Public Libraries