Cool New Feature from TPL

July 4th, 2010 by Potato

Toronto Public Libraries has a new feature that lets patrons check out passes to some of Toronto’s museums. This lets library card holders get access to these venues for free. Best of all, you don’t need to return the passes to the library, just surrender them when you go to the art gallery or museum.

They say quantities are limited, so we’ll have to see how accessible this ends up being…

HT: Julie.

4 Responses to “Cool New Feature from TPL”

  1. Marianne O Says:

    It’s a great program, but it’s not exactly new. The MAP passes were first issued in July 2007. They should have some statistics on usage by now — perhaps ask at your local library branch?

  2. Potato Says:

    Well, it’s new to me, and Wayfare, who used to work for TPL…

  3. wayfare Says:

    Yeah, but I worked at TPL like a million years ago… before they even had wireless!

  4. Potato Says:

    Anyway, the electrons don’t mind hyping a cool feature, whether it’s new or old :)