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Bookin it Toronto - Eatonville

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Part of a series taking you to some of our favourite places to spend time in Toronto.

Eatonville Library is located at 430 Burnhamthorpe Road.

This large neighbourhood branch has lots to offer.  Toronto Public Library visitors expect to be able to check out their own books at all branches.  At Eatonville they have the ability to check them in too.  

The library hosts a Social Conversation Circle and an Adult Colouring Club.  For children struggling with their reading, Eatonville is one of many branches with the Leading to Reading program.

The building is surrounded by beautiful gardens, tended by the Etobicoke Horticultural Society.

 The original Eatonville library was built (in 1964) on the site of the farm of the famous Eaton family.  The produce previously grown on the site was taken downtown for sale in the Eaton stores.

Free parking is available behind the branch.  There is an entrance off south side of Burnhamthorpe Road, east of the branch. Also an entrance off East Mall, Northbound only

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