Sets of recently published titles are available at your public library through inter-library loan. Multiple copies can be borrowed for 5 weeks. Learn more about the service on our Book Club Sets page.
The National Network for Equitable Library Service (NNELS) offers accessible-format books free for print-disabled patrons.
Learn more about NNELS.
If you’re a resident of BC, you may be able to register for a BC OneCard, which can be used at participating libraries around the province. Learn more at your local library.
Express Yourself provides a supportive environment in which to improve your writing skills, find your writing voice, improve your vocabulary, practice writing poetry, essays, short stories, fiction, non-fiction, or letter-writing. Co-sponsored by the Greenwood Public Library and the Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy (CBAL).
Drop-in every Saturday for some technical assistance! Bring your basic questions on computers, tablets, eReaders, phones, social media, or any other tech device. Each week a Librarian will be designated to work through your questions with you.
Join us as we discuss and debate the books on Canada Reads 2017 list. Share your thoughts and then as a group we choose Nakusp’s favorite book. No need to have read any of the books, we are delighted if you drop in just to listen. For those in attendance, there will be a draw for a beautiful sturdy zippered Canada Reads tote at the end of the discussion.
Whether you are a new or seasoned knitter or crocheter, this club is for you. Join other folks interested in fiber arts and conversation. All materials are provided free of charge. This is a drop-in program. Coffee and tea will be served.
Resist cultural convention and dare to discuss your thoughts about death and dying
No agenda. Open dialogue.
Free coffee and cookies!
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