The Wollaston Public Library opened to the public on January 11, 1973.  There are approximately 450 patrons.

Since its beginnings, the "wee library with heart`` has been a valuable resource supporting literacy, employment, local business, health and daily life in the community. Like other libraries, our role is changing with the times. We are growing into an information hub for our community by offering a gateway to the digital world.  At the same time we promote information sharing and social interaction right here at home. 

 “There is not such a cradle of democracy upon the earth as the Free Public Library, this republic of letters, where neither rank, office nor wealth receives the slightest consideration”. ~ Andrew Carnegie

"We need your input! Help us plan for an even better library. The Wollaston Public Library has been surveying clients and residents so we can better serve the community. You can fill out the short survey by clicking the SurveryMonky image. If you prefer, you can drop by the library and fill out a paper copy. Suggestions for different library hours? Different programs? A new building with running water? Have your say - thanks in advance for taking the time to help out"


Wollaston Public Library
Temple Cameron, CEO/Librarian
5629-A HWY 620
Coe Hill, Ontario, K0L1P0
Tel/Fax: 613.337.5183
Email: wollastonpubliclibrary@gmail.com