Category : News
Job Postings: Auxiliary, On-Call Pages Needed
Greater Victoria Public Library is seeking adaptable, flexible candidates who are detail-oriented and have a passion for neatness, the library and customer service. If you are looking for an on-call, auxiliary job and want to join the GVPL team, we…
Say hello to Lynda
GVPL cardholders can now access Lynda.com and its tens of thousands of e-learning videos and courses. Learn about business, software, photography, calligraphy, web development and so much more. Log in with your library card number and password »
World Refugee Day – June 20
World Refugee Day was established by the United Nations General Assembly with the aim to raise awareness about the situation of refugees and internally displaced persons globally.
Parlez-vous français? We’re looking for feedback on our French collections
We’re looking to expand our French-language material to provide Francophones and Francophiles with current, high-quality, diverse French-language collections to match their needs and interests. Your feedback will help us to set priorities. Merci beaucoup!
Langford Heritage One-Year Anniversary – Join Us
This Wednesday, May 17, the Langford Heritage Branch celebrates its first anniversary! Pop by 102-1314 Lakepoint Way (same building as the West Shore YM/YWCA) for celebratory cookies and to grab a book or two from the READ shelf or the…
May is Asian Heritage Month
GVPL invites you to take part in free programs for children and adults to learn about the rich heritage of Asian cultures and arts.
Maritime Museum of BC Passes Now Available
Courageous explorers, uncharted waters, tragic shipwrecks. Greater Victoria Public Library cardholders can immerse themselves in British Columbia’s storied maritime heritage for free just by borrowing a pass from the library. Borrow a pass today »
De-Constructing Colonization – Program Feedback
Thank you to everyone who attended the second event in our four-part speaker series, presented on Thursday, May 11, in partnership with the Victoria Native Friendship Centre. Please take a moment to share your feedback with us or learn more…
April is Poetry Month
Canadians celebrate poetry every April, the month T.S. Eliot called “the cruellest month” in his famous poem “The Waste Land.” Clear away April showers with GVPL: join us for poetry-inspired events and take us up on some reading recommendations.
Spring Break Programs
Learn with the library over Spring Break. Our librarians have planned free, awesome programs for kids. From March 20 to 30, we’ve got opportunities galore to learn through play — science sessions, special storytimes and even a spy academy for…