Welcome to VPL's newest library location! The VMC Library brings all that we have to offer to the fast-growing downtown core, the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre. This new 9,000 square foot library provides welcoming spaces for children, families, students, neighbourhood residents and transit commuters. Unique to this library is culinary literacy programming held in the state-of-the-art community kitchen within the same building.
VPL Members may also enjoy street-level access to our newest titles and popular bestsellers in the self-service storefront conveniently located on Apple Mill Road – a first of its kind in Vaughan! This 400 square foot quick stop features automated check-in and check-out for fast and simple returns and pickups.
Paid parking is available. For details, visit: Parking in the VMC
Passport to Vaughan: Chocolate Babka
Let’s make chocolate babka, a delicious sweet yeasted bread, and learn more about Jewish food! Families welcome. In partnership with UJA’S Israel Engagement. Registration is $5 per participant on Eventbrite.
October 1 at 1:00 PM
View the full calendar of programs and events.
Children's Area Heated Floor
Children's Interactive Place Centre
Electrical Outlets on Public Tables
Individual and Group Study Space (77 seats)
Soft Seating (59 seats)
Children's Early Literacy Stations (2)
Photocopier / Printer / Scanner
Wireless Internet Access
VMC Library only has collections of materials in English and French at this time, however you may browse our online catalogue to place holds on other language materials from other libraries.
Automatic Sliding Main Entry Doors
Wheelchair Accessible Elevator
Wheelchair Accessible Service Desk
Wheelchair Accessible Height-Adjustable Self Checkout Station
Accessible Height Book Return
Accessible Spaces and Aisles
Access to CELA library
Home Library Services
Magnifying Bookmarks (For sale)
Language Line Phone
Strobe Light Fire Alarms
Vaughan Public Libraries respectfully acknowledges that our libraries were built upon the Territory and Treaty lands of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation per the Toronto Purchase agreement or Treaty 13.
We also recognize we are situated in the traditional territory of the Huron-Wendat and the Haudenosaunee who occupied this land before the arrival of European settlers.
The City of Vaughan is currently home to many First Nations, Inuit and Métis people. We acknowledge their contributions to the life and prosperity of this land.
As representatives of the people of the City of Vaughan, we are grateful to have the opportunity to work and live in this territory.