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.
Are there some books in our library you would like to see gone?
This is your chance to help us clear some space on our shelves before we move. Each person can use up to 6 stickers to vote on books they think should go, and favourites that should stay. Come into the library to cast your votes.
Come get creative at the Invermere Public Library!
Crafts will be available Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday both weeks of spring break. (Mar.21-24 & 28-31).
Drop-in each day for a different craft! Crafts are free of charge and open to everyone (although the craft difficulty level is geared toward elementary school children). Children under the age of 8 accompanied by an adult please.
Drop-in anytime between 2:00- 4:00 p.m.
Do you need a quiet place to get your homework done? Come to the study hall at The Grand Forks and District Public Library every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon from 3:30 – 5:30.
Plug-ins for your computer, books, reference resources, library data bases and librarians to help!
For highschool students only!
Free tea and coffee will be available, and yes, you can eat in the library!
Kids Knit is a knitting program for children ages 9 and up. All materials are provided free of charge and their are teachers available to help. For all levels of knitters. No pre-registration is necessary.
Nelson author Jennifer Craig launches her new novel Gone to Pot on Thursday, March 30, 7pm at the Nelson Public Library. Clearly set in the Queen City, Gone to Pot tells the story of a fiercely independent but suddenly unemployed senior names Jess who gets creative about making money—with hilarious results. As Jess learns a new use for her basement, she also learns that new friends can be found in surprising places. Gone to Pot is published by Second Story Press. Otter books will be on hand, and surprises may be in store.
The library bookclub meets once a month (last Thursday of the month) and we discuss a different book each month. Please contact the library to pick-up your copy of this month’s book. The books are available the first week of each month.
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