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Bookin it Toronto - Northern District 2

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Hidden : 6/30/2016
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Part of a series taking you to some of our favourite places to spend time in Toronto.

Northern District Library is located mid-town Toronto at 40 Orchard View Boulevard.  The library shares its building space with the Stanley Knowles Housing Cooperative, which is a non-profit housing space.  The library was recently renovated in 2011. 

The library has a self-check in system, a scanner and occasionally the upper floor will have art exhibits on display. There are three rooms designated for programs and community meetings in the branch: one on the main floor and two on the second. The library is also home to a significant North Toronto Local History Collection.

Paid metered parking is available under the building when the library is open, but the library is just a short walk north of Yonge Street and Eglinton Ave.

This is the second Northern District cache.  The first became a victim of the renovation.  Container is in a new location, all finders of the old Northern District cache are encouraged to return.

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