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One of the most talked about features of the Weston Branch, is its unique architecture.
The library is divided into two sections: the original Carnegie building built in 1914 by Lindsay & Brydon, and the addition built by Dunlop, Farrow and Aitken Architects in 1982.
Many characteristics of the new addition were created to resemble and complement the original building, but some of the most talked about trademarks of the library itself reside in the original section, namely our mosaic panels, and our stained glass windows.
Click on the links to the right to view our architectural highlights.
A great deal of work went into the creation of this website and the oral history interviews conducted with it. We had a stellar cast of staff and youth volunteers who put in considerable time to this project.
Take a look at our behind the scenes photos by clicking the link on the right and share a laugh with us as we remember our journey together!
Click on the links to the right to browse our selection of historical documents and photographs by decade.
You can see how the library has evolved from its beginnings to the library you know today.
In honour of our library's Centenary (September 26, 2013) we collected stories and interviews with longtime residents and people connected to our library.
We'd love to share these stories ("Memories") and interviews with you. Click on the navigation on the right-hand side to browse through these heart-warming, sometimes funny but always very personal recollections.