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Millennium LibraryTransit iconMap location wheelchair access Meeting Room icon Wi-Fi icon
251 Donald Street R3C 3P5
Ph: 204-986-6450


Gail Doherty: 204-986-6458
(Administrative Coordinator of Central Library Services)
Circulation (accounts): 204-986-6440
Reader Services: 204-986-6779
Adult Information Services: 204-986-6450
Children's Services/Teen Central: 204-986-6488


GETTING AROUND DEPARTMENTS SERVICES PHOTOS

Hours
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
10 am -
9 pm
10 am -
9 pm
10 am -
9 pm
10 am -
9 pm
10 am -
6 pm
10 am -
6 pm
1 -
5 pm
 Upcoming Events at Millennium Library Circulation Services is open 9 a.m., Monday - Friday, for holds pick-up and account services.
GETTING AROUND


For updates or questions about the Parkade, contact 311 or visit The Parking Store.


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DEPARTMENTS
Children's services, Young Adult services, Aboriginal Reading - in - the - Round area (Main floor)
Memberships, Checkin, Returns, Holds, Checkout, Self-Checkout (Main floor)
Non-fiction (000-999), Reference Collection, Government Documents (Fourth floor)
Bringing the experience and resources of the Library to those unable to visit.
Fiction (Inspirational, Mysteries, Romances, Westerns, etc.), New Fiction and Non-Fiction, Express Bestsellers, Paperbacks, Magazines, Express computers (Main floor)
DVDs, CDs, Talking Books, Books on CD & Cassette, Large Print, Biographies, Scores, Services for People with Special Needs (Second floor)

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SERVICES
bullet Administration
Gail Doherty, Administrative Coordinator of Central Library Services: 204-986-6458
Reading-related gift shop (Lobby)
bullet Computers
Computers available on all four floors. Book a Library computer here. Computers provide access to the following:

• Library catalogue
• Databases
• Internet
• ZoomText, JAWS
• Print stations
• Word processing (MS Word software)
• Microsoft Office software (Word, Excel Powerpoint)
• Government documents
Computer Training Lab is bookable.

Free wireless access to the Internet is available. For details, see our FAQ.

See Computer Access page for details on computers in the library.
bullet Drop off book chutes
Book returns are at the bottom of the Lobby stairs (hours are 7 a.m. - midnight daily) and on the Donald Street side of the building, near the Parkade entrance (24 hours return).
Take a tour of the Library!
Coffee, tea, cold drinks, deli sandwiches, soups, and fine pastries available for purchase. (Lobby)
Resources on Winnipeg and Manitoba history, Henderson Directories (Third floor)
Rent the Carol Shields Auditorium, Buchwald Room, Anhang Room, tutorial rooms, small meeting rooms or Computer Training Lab. (Second, Fourth floors)

Blankstein Art Gallery and Exhibit Space
(Second floor)
Newspapers, Reference Magazines, Microfilm, Vertical Files, Stack Reference, Copiers (Third floor)

Check out the upcoming events for children, teens and adults at Winnipeg Public Library, including Millennium Library.

bullet For information on branch book clubs.

bullet Parking
Available on two underground levels. For more information, including rates, call Winnipeg Parking Authority at 311 (24 hours) or visit their website.
bullet Public Art
"emptyful" and "Sentinel of Truth" (Park)
Cliff Eyland's "Untitled" (Lobby)
Nicholas Wade's "Illumination"
(Richardson Reading Terrace base)
Charlie Johnson's "Story Lines" mural
(Skywalk)
J.A. Long's "Andrew Carnegie" portrait (Richardson Reading Terrace)
• Timothy Ray and Dale Amundson's "A.R. or R.A." (Children's Services)
bullet Public Art: Blankstein Art Gallery and Exhibit Space To book the Blankstein Gallery please call 204-986-6468 or email wplrooms@winnipeg.ca. (Second floor)
bullet Security
To contact the Security desk, go to main floor, by the check out counters.
bullet Tutorial Rooms To book a tutorial room, please call 204-986-6489 (Second floor).
bullet Washrooms
Public, wheelchair accessible washrooms are available on every floor. See floor maps above for exact locations.
Independent philanthropic organization designed to cultivate support and raise funds for innovative, major projects of the Winnipeg Public Library. (Second floor)
Advisory organization for Winnipeg Public Library (Second floor)
Information and schedules available (Lobby, next to elevators)
Assistance available to new, emerging and established writers (Second floor)

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PHOTOS
City & Suburb Exhibition image
City & Suburb exhibition

(third floor, outside Local History Room)



Call2Recycle Battery Initiative
Call2Recycle Battery Recycling

Winnipeg Public Library has joined the Call2Recycle battery recycling initiative. All libraries now have special recycling boxes where you can dispose of batteries and cell phones. Simply put your used batteries and cell phones in the bags provided and we'll do the rest.

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Last update: Tuesday, September 02, 2014