Caledon Public Library

Special Collections

We all know that the library has books. Best-sellers, fast lane, talking, electronic, fiction, non-fiction, picture, easy read, romance, history, thrillers....the list could go on and on but we hate to brag.

But...did you know that we also have another kind of collection - a very special collection -  which has nothing to do with books? It's a group of items which will benefit our patrons and community and each item is free to borrow with your library card:

Blood Pressure Kits

High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, raises your risks for heart attack, stroke, diabetes and kidney disease. Self-measuring one's blood pressure allows individuals to track and to share those readings with their doctor to better manage their high blood pressure. The blood pressure monitoring kits will include an electronic blood pressure monitor, arm cuff, AC adapter, a quick user’s guide and educational materials. The kits are now available at all branches of Caledon Public Library and have a 3 week loan period. 


Nothing encourages conservation more than putting a price on waste. With this simple monitor, you can see exactly how much electricity an appliance consumes in kilowatt hours (kWh), so you can calculate the device's operating cost based on your local utility price.

It can be a real eye-opener to learn just how much power some devices draw, even when they're off. This knowledge can then be used to find savings by prompting you to unplug items not in use, use equipment less, or replace some devices with more efficient models.

  • designed to help you assess the efficiency of your appliances
  • cut down on costs by monitoring your expenses over time

The kilowatt monitor is available at select branches. Call 905-857-1400 ext 228 for more inofrmation.

TRCA/CVC and PAMA Passes


The Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives collects, tells and shares the stories of Peel Region.  PAMA serves the Region of Peel (Brampton, Caledon and Mississauga), a growing municipality with a population of over one million individuals from diverse backgrounds.  Caledon Public Library is pleased to be a proud supporter of PAMA and offer FREE family passes to PAMA.

General Family Pass Admission includes:PAMA

  •  Entitles a family (2 adults & 5 children) to family general admission to PAMA
  •  Passes have a loan period of seven (7) days
  •  No renewals
  •  Passes are available at and returned to any branch of Caledon Public Library (CPL)
  •  Passes are subject to CPL's borrowing privileges (late fee of $1/day to a maximum of $10; lost/replacement fee $25) and PAMA's rules & regulations

 For more information about PAMA, be sure to visit 


Combination Family Pass (TRCA & CVC Combo Pass)

2 conservation authorities = 1 pass = 12 parks = TONS OF FAMILY FUN!

  • valid during regular operating hours

  • FREE general admission , up to six (6) people in one vehicle

  • Credit Valley Conservation Parks - Belfountain, Island Lake, Ken Whillans and Terra Cotta


  • Toronto and Region Conservation Authority Parks -  Albion Hills, Boyd, Bruce’s Mill, Glen Haffy, Heart Lake, Petticoat Creek, Black Creek Pioneer Village and Kortright Centre

  • Passes have a loan period of seven (7) days with no renewals

  •  Passes are available at and returned to any branch of Caledon Public Library (CPL)
  •  Passes are subject to CPL's borrowing privileges (late fee of $1/day to a maximum of $10; lost/replacement fee $25) and CVC & TRCA rules & regulations

 For additional membership details visit  - and


Caledon is blessed with an abundance of opportunities to get in touch with nature. It’s all around us and provides us with unlimited benefits that are essential for a healthy life; yet, it’s so easy to forget, as we spend so much of our time indoors. The more we experience nature, the more we understand how it needs our help.  These binoculars, bird books and paired with free local Toronto Regional Conservation Authority (TRCA) and Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) family passes are available at all 6 library branches so that kids and adults alike can get a closer look at birds and other wildlife in their community. Where nature thrives, so do we all. Caledon Public Library is one of the proud recipients of the 2016 WWF Canada Go Wild Community Grant.