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An evening with Michelle Nelson

Join us to hear local food expert Michelle Nelson speak, Friday November 6, 7-8:30 pm at Trinity Hall 6932 Crofton Street.

Poetry Slam

It's time to unearth your musty, dusty books of poetry. The next poetry slam, DEAD POETS EDITION, will honour the lyricaly deceased! Join the fray on Saturday, November 7 at Cranberry Community Hall, 7-9pm. Doors at 6:30. $5 suggested donation. To compete, bring one poem of your own and two by a dead poet. If this is your first SLAM, or if you’d like to compete, read on...

Tack the Zipper, Maskmaking Art Lab for Kids

Tack the Zipper collage poster by D Zagwyn & her friend Ado B Photsho

Tack the Zipper - Maskmaking Art Lab for Kids. Friday, October 23, 10:30 - Noon at the United Church, 6932 Crofton St. Registration at the door

Tiny Story Contest 2015

Can you pack vivid descriptions, original characters and surprising plot twists into a narrative small enough to fit in a status update?

Library Preschool Storytime

Library Preschool Storytime Returns
Wednesdays, 10:30-11:00 am

Library Preschool Storytime has come home to roost. 

Every Wednesday at 10:30 am beginning September 9, Deb Zagwyn will offer her lively fare of puppetry, finger plays, action rhymes, singalong songs and the best-of-the-best book tales.

Homeschoolers' Book Club

Are you a homeschooler aged 9-12 who likes to read and discuss books? The Library is hosting a homeschoolers' book club the last Friday of every month from 10:30 to noon, starting September 25.

Staff Picks - September 2015

Check out what the Library staff are reading on our Staff Picks page.

Poetry Resource Guide

Are you a lover or words? Check our the Poetry Resource Guide or read more on our blog Straight from the Stacks.

Watch Flip Videos

This year's Flip Video Workshop for Teens was a blast. We're excited to show off the results - from thought-provoking documentaries to slapstick action to....ZOMBIES! 

Blackout Poetry for Teens

Calling all teen rebel wordsmiths! Ever wanted to draw in a library book? Do you savour the inky permanence of a black sharpie? If you answered yes to either of these questions, you’re going to love our Blackout Poetry Workshop at the Library on Saturday, October 24 from 3-4:30pm.

Growing Up in Sliammon

Elder Philip George will share stories and memories about growing up in Sliammon. Saturday, October 17, 3:30 pm at the  Rec Complex Elm Room.

For the Love of Children

Campfire Sessions - For the Love of Children
Ten experts [click to see the speaker list] with different passions and professional experience will each share something of their own love of children. Saturday October 3, 7:00-8:30 pm at

Senior Housing

Canada is aging faster than ever before. According to Canada Statistics, there are an estimated five million Canadians aged 65 years or older—a number expected to double, reaching 10.4 million seniors by 2036. Where will all of us live?

Mango Language Learning


Say “здравствуйте” to Mango, the Library’s new language learning program. Mango offers access to 60 foreign language courses and 17 English courses taught completely in the user’s native language. Try it today.

Digital Magazines with Zinio

Zinio gives you free access to more than 100 magazines. Read the latest issue on your computer or mobile device today! All you need is your library card number and a valid email address to get started.

System Upgrade - Your Account

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