Oshawa Public Library
The Oshawa Public Library started with a humble beginning in 1864 with less than 1,000 books for members to borrow. Today, they are a true community hub in Oshawa with a collection of over 400,000 items including books, periodicals, music, movies, maps, iPads, eReaders, games and more. Programs are also available for young children at different locations including "After School French Club", the chance to practice your French in a group setting for children age 9-12 and "French Family Story Time", for families with children birth to age five, interacting in a combination of activities, stories, rhymes, finger plays, and songs.
Visit the main website for location information and additional program details.