Aurora Public LibraryDigital Doors Open Aurora

  • Digital Doors Open
  • Videos
  • Activities and games
  • Collections and resources
  • Kid-friendly
Aurora Public Library

Aurora’s public library service began in 1855 with the formation of the Aurora Association for the Diffusion of Helpful Knowledge, later called the Aurora Mechanics’ Institute and Library Association. From these early organizations emerged the Aurora Public Library, now a busy, architecturally modern community hub in the heart of Aurora. While this facility remains closed to the public, there are many Digital Doors Open opportunities available – from virtual science labs (see a sample video here), summer camps, cooking classes, speakers’ series and live-streaming storytelling to a digital bookshelf where you can read, watch listen and learn. Genealogy enthusiasts can also take advantage of the free access to the Library Edition of And there’s so much more!

Contact info

15145 Yonge Street
Aurora, Ontario


Year built: 2001
Building type:Library
Architect: Shore Tilbe Irwin & Partners

Dates/hours open

May 27, 12:11pm - May 27, 12:11pm

Part of Digital Doors Open Aurora