The Thunder Bay Public Library strengthens our community by engaging people in the pursuit of local and global information and knowledge and promoting literacy, lifelong learning and leisure.
Thunder Bay Public Library will become the heart of the community – a welcoming and inclusive centre of social innovation and change.
Thunder Bay Public Library enables people to learn, grow and be inspired.
Thunder Bay Public Library believes in:
- Intellectual Freedom
- Sharing and Recycling
- Access for All
- Inspiring Creativity
- Being our Best
- Being Relevant
Brodie Resource Library 216 S. Brodie St. Thunder Bay Ontario P7E 1C2 Canada
County Park Branch County Fair Plaza Thunder Bay Ontario P7B 1K6 Canada
Mary J. L. Black Branch 901 S. Edward St. Thunder Bay Ontario P7E 6R2 Canada
Waverley Resource Library 285 Red River Road Thunder Bay Ontario P7B 1A9 Canada
The Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra is the only fully professional orchestra between Toronto and Winnipeg. Celebrating over 55 seasons, the Orchestra currently includes 30 full-time musicians, performing a wide-ranging repertoire from the great classical masterworks to pops and children’s concerts. The TBSO strives to be the best regional orchestra in Canada, appealing to as wide and diverse an audience as possible through excellent performances and original programming.
Thunder Bay Farmers’ MarketThe oldest running Farmers’ Market in Thunder BayContact: June Wall
As a child, you may remember going to the Thunder Bay Farmers’ Market on Wilson Street, with your parents for fresh produce and flowers.
The Thunder Bay Farmers’ Market has been in several locations over the years and has been situated in Victoriaville Centre Mall since 1989. In the summer it is a lovely cool place to get out of the heat, and have a lovely breakfast or lunch. A great place to walk in the winter with no ice or snow or cold.
Come on down and visit us. We look forward to meeting you. Our vendors offer a variety of products and produce.