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.
Come colour with us! Supplies and colouring sheets provided or bring your own if you prefer.
Games, music, stories and fun geared for 3-5 years old. Siblings welcome. Free & drop-in. Caretaker must remain with child
Drop-in Computer Classes for adults looking for help with basic computer use;
Reading and Writing
Test Preparation (including driver’s license)
Citizenship & finding out about your community.
This program is offered in partnership with CBAL. For more information about this and other CBAL programs please contact Erin Perkins firstname.lastname@example.org
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!
In the Amnesty International Book Club, we read popular novels and then explore the human rights aspects of the book through discussion questions, interactive author interviews, podcasts & more.
January’s discussion book is A Recipe for Bees by Gail Anderson-Dargatz. Read the book and join us!
AWARENESS + ACTION = A DIFFERENT KIND OF BOOK CLUB
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