Category : News
Booklist: Promote Empathy, Prevent Animal Abuse
Reading the right books decreases the likelihood of violence against animals, says the BCSPCA. To help spread this message of empathy, we’ve assembled a reading list for kids 0 to 18 that spotlights stories about the experience of animals.
Winter Program Guide is Here in Sleek New Format
Our December to February program guide is available online and in branches, and you’ll notice it has a sleek new format. We’ll be releasing the guide four times a year, so you can access the most current information about library…
420 Characters Tiny Story Contest Winners
We are pleased to share with you the teen and adult winners of the 420 Characters Tiny Story Contest. Judges had to choose among an incredible 225 entries. We congratulate all participants for their creative and entertaining stories.
Summer Reading Club 2016
Book a Trip! is this year’s Summer Reading Club theme. Browse our summer guide for kids (pdf) and get ready for awesome free programs, weekly prizes and lots of fun! Program registration starts June 15 at 10 am. Pick up…
Copy of – Skill Builders Adaptive Toys Kits
Announcing our new collection of fun toys, specially selected for kids with developmental and physical challenges. Great for all families! Learn more »
On mobile? Use m.gvpl.ca
Explore the GVPL catalogue on any device. No need to download or install an app. The interface is available in 26 languages. Try it now »
Phil Edmonston Visits GVPL
“Dr. Phil,” Canada’s best-known automotive expert and bestselling author of Lemon-Aid consumer guides, will visit the library on Thursday morning from 11 am – 12 pm in the Central Branch Rotunda.
Black History Month
In honour of Canada’s month long celebration of Black History Month, we are hosting a special exhibit at the Central Branch on loan from Immigration, Refugees & Citizenship Canada, as well as a special evening of music and spoken word…
Freedom to Read Week is February 21-27
Freedom to Read Week is an annual celebration of intellectual freedom organized by Canada’s Book and Periodical Council. Check out the list of banned & challenged books we’ve compiled and let us know which title you would defend for a chance…
Heritage Week is February 15-21
In honour of BC’s Heritage Week we’re hosting another great program that will take you back in time. Details >>