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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.

What Makes Our Community Resilient?

Nature & outdoors Kids Library Youth & teens
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Richmond Hill Public Library

Richmond Hill, ON



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible.


Help create a ‘Resilience Map’ of Richmond Hill by adding stickers to a large map to indicate where you have seen or done ‘resilient’ things like using a bike path, solar panels on a roof, community gardens, etc. Then create a community art piece by using coloured string to indicate your interest/support for certain ‘resilient’ actions or features.

Presented by City of Richmond Hill / Sustainability Section.


Richmond Hill Public Library

Richmond Hill Public Library has served its local community for more than 165 years. The Library has over 72,000 card holders, and sees 1 million annual in-person visits and 2.2 million digital visits to its physical and virtual spaces. It serves a population of over 200,000 Richmond Hill residents through its four locations: Central Library, Oak Ridges Library, Richmond Green Library and Richvale Library.

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Culture Days @Richmond Hill Library

Richmond Hill Public Library Richmond Hill, ON

September 27-29 is the official Culture Days celebration in Richmond Hill, and once again, the Library is the City's Culture Days Hub. Join local artists for music, visual arts, storytelling, origami & other crafts for all ages, and more!