Part of a series taking you to some of my favourite places to spend time in Toronto.
The Agincourt Library is located at 150 Bonis Ave.
Library hours are Monday to Friday 9 am - 8:30 pm. Saturday 9-5 and Sundays 1:30-5. The library is not open on the Sunday of holiday weekends.
The Agincourt Library history starts in 1918 when a small book collection placed in a vacant room in the Agincourt Continuation School. In 1955 it was taken over by the newly formed Public Library Board of the Township of Scarborough, becoming one its first three branches. After being located in diffrent places over the years it moved to the Agincourt Mall in March 1967. In 1991 Agincourt District Library officially opened in present location.
Programming and resources have changes a lot of this branch's history. Currently they have a very busy Digital Innovation Hub with 3D printers and special software, recording studio with green screen and a very active Technician who will teach you how to use it.
This is a two part multi. Coordinates take you to a container with a redirect. Final is not available 24/7
Finding the container will be the easier part of this challenge, but with satelite bounce, this may not be a piece of cake either. If the cache location seems to be occupied feel free to creep on in. The staff welcome your visit. Once the container is in hand, take a seat and sign the log. Please share in your logs how long it took to accomplish the task.