Library Takeout continues, and the library is open from 10am-3pm Mon.-Sat. Please read the Phase 3 Reopening Details.
Jun 22-Aug 28. Free weekly programs for ages 4-14. Socially distanced crafts and outdoor games.
Program start and Online Sign up NOW. Activities, recommended reads and MORE, for kids aged 5-12(ish). Contact jwagner@saltspring library.com for information about online junior bookclubs too!
We are pleased to offer limited access to physical materials that are currently available at our library. You can reserve materials using the Holds function on the library online catalogue or email your order, or call 250-537-4666.
New library patrons can fill out the self-registration form to request a library card.
Due to the recent closure of multiple library branches ILL service is temporarily unavailable.
The library has a 86-seat program room which is available for the public to use. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 250-537-4666 for more information or to book a room. Download the Community Program Room Policy and Application.
Join us for a virtual author reading with Kamal Parmar Saturday, August 15th at 7PM via ZOOM.
Kamal Parmar is a Vancouver Island poet and writer, Kamal has been passionately involved in writing since high school and University years. Her genre is poetry and creative non-fiction and she dabbles frequently with Haiku poetry. Currently, she is an Associate member of the League of Canadian Poets and a member of the Federation of BC writers. She is also a member of Haiku Canada and of The Writers Union of Canada. This is her first book on creative non-fiction.
Letters to a Son and a Daughter is a book of letters that are written in an informal and conversational style as tools for personal growth of children, youth, and young adults, in order to become responsible and well balanced citizens of a community. These practical precepts of Life are a must-read for everyone in order to forge ahead and be successful in what one wishes to achieve.
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**If you need assistance setting up Zoom at home, please call or email the Library and we will do our best to get you set up to attend these great literary events!**