About Us

Doors opened at Millpond Records & Books  in August 2010.  We are a retail shop with a growing online catalog. We specialize in top-quality, hard-to-find, new & used titles. Our inventory contains carefully selected records & books: every used title is carefully inspected and cleaned.

 The building, in which we are located, is kiddie-corner to Mabel Prong’s bookstore. We feel the presence of book spirits from long-ago; please come visit us and tell us if you feel them too!

Contact Us

4 Queen St. W. Cambridge
Ontario N3C 1G1
Phone: 519-658-9641

email:  info[@]MillpondRB.com

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Biographies

Wendy has many years of experience working with books. In fact, you’ll find her often with a book — or several — in hand.   Wendy’s experience includes a spell spent working at a prominent independent book-store in Toronto, both the new & used bookstores at University of Waterloo and a franchise bookstore (WH Smith) which is now gone from Canada. Wendy enjoys a wide variety of literature, and she loves helping people find the next great reading experience from our ever-evolving selection of books in our store. 

Greg

Greg started with the acquisition of a Beatles record at an early age which caused him to embark on a musical journey that has lasted a lifetime. From building up an encyclopedic knowledge of musical history, to hosting a weekly radio show, to spending a decade touring across Ontario with his band, Greg has proven not only that he enjoys music, but that it his passion. It is this great love that allows Greg to know his records, and more importantly, to respect and care for them. 

Ros brings to Millpond decades’ worth of senior management experience. It is this experience that has allowed Ros to keep a steady hand on the tiller whilst sailing the sea of general mayhem that constitutes owning a used book / record store. Ros has worked in industries as diverse as radar design, software and cash register companies. This last experience has come in especially handy when trying to figure out what to do with the two-dollar bill slot on Millpond’s old register. Who knew that running Millpond would consist of more than one type of bookkeeping? Ros certainly did!