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Print A Baby!

Baby image from Deb Zagwyn's book, The Pumpkin Blanket

Parents, gather your wee ones and join us for a baby printing social! On Saturday May 24 from 10:30 until noon at the United Church (6932 Crofton St.) we will be offering the best non-toxic inks and quality

Easter Holiday Closures

The Library will be closed all day on Friday, April 18 and Monday, April 21 for the Good Friday and Easter Holiday.  We will be open as usual on Saturday, April 19.

Go Graphic

Are you into comics and graphic novels? Want to learn how to make your own? Explore comics forms and fundamentals with ink-splatting exercises and brain-growing discussions...5 classes, all

Sex and Seniors

Older people lead "steamy private lives," according to an unprecedented survey, published in a...Click here for the latest Senior Slant blog. 

Zine Factory

Want to pay homage to your latest obsession? Ready to make the move from margin doodles to minicomics? Think it’s about time you took a stand in print? Whatever your motivation, and whatever topics

April Staff Picks

April Staff Picks cover

What books do your librarians love? Find in our latest Staff Picks.

Job Vacancies

Our Chief Librarian is retiring and the Board is seeking to hire a replacement.  Click here for details.

We are also seeking a Project Assistant to help with the Summer Reading Program this summer.  Click here for details.

Poetry SLAM!

Slam May 2014

It’s back! Come out for a poetic smackdown on Saturday, May 17, at 7p.m., at the Cranberry Community Hall (formerly Unitarian Hall), 6826 Cranberry St. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Admission is by donation

Library Patron Advisory

We recommend that Library users change their Library account password due to the recent Heartbleed Internet

A Writer's Life: Rudy Wiebe

On Friday, April 25, at 7pm, join us at the United Church (6932 Crofton Street) for a literary evening featuring readings and discussion with iconic Canadian writer Rudy Wiebe. Best known for his

Powell River Slam Audio!

Poetry Slams are alive and kickin' in Powell River. Each one packs the house at Cranberry Hall, and each one draws out new talent. You'll find recordings taken from the live

Whoop-di-doo Stories

Listen to original stories by Powell River storytellers! From 2009 to 2013, the Library produced a series of events called Whoop-di-doo! An

POWtown Ink Club (teens only)

Get down and inky at the Library the last Friday of the month, January to April from 4:00-5:00 p.m. Group warm-ups, project feedback, drawing, inking, storyboarding & more! No registration...just

Hot Docs!

In the wake of the Academy Awards excitement I delved into the Library’s film...Click for the latest Straight from the Stacks Blog entry.

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