- Approximately 11,600 hardcover and paperback books, audio and video cassettes, DVD's and magazines.
- Good selection of adult fiction including: bestsellers, mysteries, westerns, science fiction and romance.
- One-third of collection is fiction and non-fiction for young children through to teenagers.
- Public Access High Speed Internet terminals available, free of charge.
- Public Access Computer terminals allow patrons access to almost 68,600 items at the Uxbridge and Zephyr Libraries.
- Weekly InterLibrary Loan between Uxbridge and Zephyr
- Book drop at the front door.
- Wireless Internet connection.
Additional Library Services
- Computer searches by staff for topics, book titles, authors, etc.
- InterLibrary Loans form public libraries across Ontario.
- Photocopies $0.20 each
- Fax $2.00 per page (plus any long distance charges)
- Fax $1.00 per page received
- Municipal license applications for: marriage licenses and lottery licenses.
- Garbage bag tags.
The internationally famous author of Anne of Green Gables, Lucy Maud Montgomery lived in the neighbouring hamlet of Leaskdale from 1911 to 1926. Montgomery regularly visited Zephyr with her husband the Rev. Ewan MacDonald, minister of Zephyr's St. Paul's Presbyterian Church. While living in the Leaskdale manse, Montgomery wrote many of her books. The Zephyr Public Library is proud to have many Montgomery titles on its shelves in the children's and adult sections. Also available are the four volumes of The Selected Journals of L.M. Montgomery. Some of Montgomery's books are first editions. Additional titles are available at the Uxbridge Library.