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October 24, 2017
Halton Hills Public Library. A world within our doors
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Acton Branch - Construction

Halton Region will be paving Main Street North in Acton starting October 10. Due to lane and turn restrictions, access to the Acton Branch Library may be limited. Please call the Library for updates: 591-853-0301 or 905-873-2681.

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Library Catalogue Availability
The Library catalogue and patron accounts will be unavailable intermittently on Monday October 23rd from 8am - 10am, due to routine maintenance.

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Adjusting text size

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To change text size, simply hold down "ctrl" and press either the plus key  "+"  to increase text size, or the minus key "-" to decrease text size. If you would like to return text size to the website default hold "ctr;" and press the zero key "0".

Adjusting contrast

Clicking this link will change the contrast in which the website is presented. This may allow certain users to view the content more clearly. The contrast link is located at the top of every page. Use this link contrast widget to switch from the default view, to high contrast, and back again.

Using a keyboard to navigate around this site

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