The library hosts art and photography exhibits throughout our space for the public to view during open hours.

We are always looking for new artists that would like to showcase their work. If you would like to be considered for one of these spots please fill out our Art and Exhibits form.


Art Exhibits


Yarn Bomb made of colourful knit and crocheted squares stitched together into a rectangle hanging on a brick wall

Yarn Bomb

DeafBlind Ontario Services

June is DeafBlind Awareness Month. Come check out the Yarn Bomb Project from DeafBlind Ontario Services. 

The Yarn Bomb will be on display for the month of June.


Three artworks by Thomas A Stewart students hanging on a grey wall 

Brave Enough to Feel: Elegies for Identity

Grade 12 Sculpture Class
Thomas A Stewart Secondary School

Through the poignant mixed media artworks on display, these students share with you their optimism and belief that a better world is possible. Bear witness to these teenagers honouring and giving voice to their lived experience – grief, hopefulness, and the entire range of life’s vicissitudes. There is no return to ‘normal’ after the pandemic, nor is there a desire to pretend otherwise. Students have created and transformed visual images, rising to the occasion with abundant strength and vulnerability.

The exhibit will be on display for the month of June.