Reading & Literary

Explore book clubs, author readings & more.

Explore our Universe this summer with North Vancouver District Public Library and North Vancouver City Library!

Join us for a virtual visit with author Jim Ottaviani & illustrator Maris Wicks. Together, they have created the graphic novels Astronauts: Women on the Final Frontier and Primates: The Fearless Science of Jane Goodall, Dian Fossey and Birute Galdikas. Tune in to learn about these amazing graphic novels!

This program is offered in partnership with North Vancouver City Library.

Registration required as space is limited.

We’re hosting this virtual program on Zoom. An email address is required for registration. We will email you the Zoom link in advance of the program.

What you’ll need to attend: a computer with microphone (or headphones) and webcam OR your smartphone/tablet.

Location:
Tuesday, July 14, 2020 - 10:30am

Embark on a global journey to explore the past, present, and future of World Literature! 

Taught by Harvard University faculty, this Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) explores how great writers refract their world and how their works are transformed when they intervene in our global cultural landscape today.

No national literature has ever grown up in isolation from the cultures around it; from the earliest periods, great works of literature have probed the tensions, conflicts, and connections among neighboring cultures and often more distant regions as well.

Focusing particularly on works of literature that take the experience of the wider world as their theme, this course will explore the varied artistic modes in which great writers have situated themselves in the world, helping us to understand the deep roots of today's intertwined global cultures.

What you'll learn

  • The history of World Literature
  • How literary works and books are transformed by cultural transmission
  • How to critically analyze literary works
  • The significance of major technological advances in writing

We’re hosting this virtual program on Zoom.

What you’ll need to attend: A computer with microphone (or headphones) and webcam, or your smartphone/tablet.

Please register online with your email. We will email you the Zoom link and instructional material in advance of the program each week. If you have any questions, plese contact Vicki: Leev@nvdpl.ca 

 

Texts/authors considered in the course:

Section 1: Goethe and the Birth of World Literature
Section 2: The Epic of Gilgamesh
Section 3: Homer, The Odyssey
Section 4: The 1001 Nights
Section 5: Murasaki Shikibu, The Tale of Genji
Section 6: The Lusiads
Section 7: Voltaire, Candide
Section 8: Lu Xun and Eileen Chang
Section 9: Jorge Luis Borges, Ficciones
Section 10: Wole Soyinka, Death and the King's Horseman
Section 11: Salman Rushdie and Jhumpa Lahiri
Section 12: Orhan Pamuk, My Name is Red

Location:
Tuesday, July 14, 2020 - 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Join us for a Summer Reading Club course about Elizabeth Gilbert's Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear!

Chose curiosity over fear and become a creative authentic doer. In this 3 weeks course, we will learn from Elizabeth Gilbert’s book to be inspired to create, live joyfully, and participate in our own stories. How will you tell your story?

Participants are meant to attend all 3 sessions. Registration required. 

Listening to the audio book is very highly recommended and will enhance your experience.

Register for this virtual meeting to receive background information in advance of the event.

Long hold queue? We have extras!

  • Step 1: Register for this virtual book club meeting.
  • Step 2: Send us an email to info@nvdpl.ca requesting a “book club copy of this title”. Please include your name, email, phone #, library card, and your preferred format (physical book, ebook, or e-audiobook).

We’re hosting this virtual program on Zoom.

What you’ll need to attend: A computer with microphone (or headphones) and webcam, or your smartphone/tablet. If you have any questions, feel free to get in touch!

Ready to move on to the next Adult Summer Reading Club book? Check out the full listing here.

Location:
Wednesday, July 15, 2020 - 2:30pm to 3:30pm

Are you in Grade 3 and would like to join a Book Club? 

If your answer is yes, then Super Kids Book Club is for you!  Bring the book you are reading and get together with other Super Kids for half an hour filled with book-related activities. 

We’re hosting this virtual program on Zoom

What you’ll need to attend: A computer with microphone (or headphones) and webcam, or your smartphone/tablet. Space is limited. An email address is required for registration. We will email you the Zoom link in advance of the program.

Registration required. Register online or call 604-929-3727, ext. 8166 (ask for Jean or Rachel). 

Location:
Wednesday, July 15, 2020 - 2:30pm to 3:00pm

Engage in a Summer Reading Club discussion about Damian Dibben's Tomorrow!
 

"Tomorrow, a 217-year-old dog, is searching for his lost master. He has traveled through the courts and battlefields of Europe - and through the centuries - in search of the man who granted him immortality. Befriending both animals and humans, Tomorrow falls in love only once, and gains insight into both the strength and frailties of the human spirit. But danger stalks his path, and in the shadows lurks an old enemy. Tomorrow must find his master before their pursuer can reach him and his master disappears forever."

Register for this virtual meeting to receive background information in advance of the event.

We’re hosting this virtual program on Zoom.

What you’ll need to attend: A computer with microphone (or headphones) and webcam, or your smartphone/tablet. If you have any questions, feel free to get in touch!

Ready to move on to the next Adult Summer Reading Club book? Check out the full listing here.

Location:
Wednesday, July 15, 2020 - 7:00pm

Explore our Universe this summer with North Vancouver District Public Library and North Vancouver City Library!

Join us for a virtual visit with illustrator Gale Galligan. Gale is best known for illustrating three Babysitter’s Club graphic novels: Dawn and the Impossible Three, Kristy’s Big Day, and Boy-Crazy Stacey. Tune in to learn about the creation of these graphic novels!

This program is offered in partnership with North Vancouver City Library.

Registration required as space is limited.

We’re hosting this virtual program on Zoom. An email address is required for registration. We will email you the Zoom link in advance of the program.

What you’ll need to attend: a computer with microphone (or headphones) and webcam OR your smartphone/tablet.

Location:
Tuesday, July 21, 2020 - 10:30am

Embark on a global journey to explore the past, present, and future of World Literature! 

Taught by Harvard University faculty, this Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) explores how great writers refract their world and how their works are transformed when they intervene in our global cultural landscape today.

No national literature has ever grown up in isolation from the cultures around it; from the earliest periods, great works of literature have probed the tensions, conflicts, and connections among neighboring cultures and often more distant regions as well.

Focusing particularly on works of literature that take the experience of the wider world as their theme, this course will explore the varied artistic modes in which great writers have situated themselves in the world, helping us to understand the deep roots of today's intertwined global cultures.

What you'll learn

  • The history of World Literature
  • How literary works and books are transformed by cultural transmission
  • How to critically analyze literary works
  • The significance of major technological advances in writing

We’re hosting this virtual program on Zoom.

What you’ll need to attend: A computer with microphone (or headphones) and webcam, or your smartphone/tablet.

Please register online with your email. We will email you the Zoom link and instructional material in advance of the program each week. If you have any questions, plese contact Vicki: Leev@nvdpl.ca 

 

Texts/authors considered in the course:

Section 1: Goethe and the Birth of World Literature
Section 2: The Epic of Gilgamesh
Section 3: Homer, The Odyssey
Section 4: The 1001 Nights
Section 5: Murasaki Shikibu, The Tale of Genji
Section 6: The Lusiads
Section 7: Voltaire, Candide
Section 8: Lu Xun and Eileen Chang
Section 9: Jorge Luis Borges, Ficciones
Section 10: Wole Soyinka, Death and the King's Horseman
Section 11: Salman Rushdie and Jhumpa Lahiri
Section 12: Orhan Pamuk, My Name is Red

Location:
Tuesday, July 21, 2020 - 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Take part in a Summer Reading Club discussion about Ijeoma Oluo's So You Want to Talk About Race with co-facilitator Kadin Burnett.

A current, constructive, and actionable exploration of today's racial landscape, offering straightforward clarity that readers of all races need to contribute to the dismantling of the racial divide. In So You Want to Talk About Race, Editor at Large of The Establishment, Ijeoma Oluo offers a contemporary, accessible take on the racial landscape in America, addressing head-on such issues as privilege, police brutality, intersectionality, micro-aggressions, the Black Lives Matter movement, and the 'N' word. Perfectly positioned to bridge the gap between people of color and white Americans struggling with race complexities, Oluo answers the questions readers don't dare ask, and explains the concepts that continue to elude everyday Americans. Oluo is an exceptional writer with a rare ability to be straightforward, funny, and effective in her coverage of sensitive, hyper-charged issues in America. Her messages are passionate but finely tuned, and crystalize ideas that would otherwise be vague by empowering them with aha-moment clarity.

Register for this virtual meeting to receive background information in advance of the event.

Long hold queue? We have extras!

  • Step 1: Register for this virtual book club meeting.
  • Step 2: Send us an email to info@nvdpl.ca requesting a “book club copy of this title”. Please include your name, email, phone #, library card, and your preferred format (physical book, ebook, or e-audiobook).

We’re hosting this virtual program on Zoom.

What you’ll need to attend: A computer with microphone (or headphones) and webcam, or your smartphone/tablet. If you have any questions, feel free to get in touch!

Ready to move on to the next Adult Summer Reading Club book? Check out the full listing here.

About Kadin

Kadin Burnett, born and raised in North Vancouver, is a writer for Women’s Media Center affiliate the FBomb, writer on from15th.com, high school advisor and basketball coach. He obtained a degree in journalism from the University of Oregon. His father, originally from Pittsburgh, lived through the Civil Rights era in the United States, and his mother is a first generation Italian-Canadian.

 

Photo of Kadin Burnett with a baby Bernese Mountain Dog

Location:
Tuesday, July 21, 2020 - 2:30pm to 3:30pm

With the bounties of spring and summer upon us, there is no better time to try out some plant-based recipes! For this meeting, we’re going to try recipes from Rachael Ray's cookbooks.

Make sure you take pictures of your creations as you go, so that you can share your successes and failures with others! After you register, you will be contacted with a link to the Zoom meeting and in invitation for you to send in all your cooking pics.

Registration required. Register online or call 604-987-4471, ext. 8175.

This meeting will be held on Zoom.

What you’ll need to attend: a computer with microphone (or headphones) and webcam, or your smartphone/tablet.

Location:
Wednesday, July 22, 2020 - 2:00pm

Join us for a Summer Reading Club course about Elizabeth Gilbert's Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear!

Chose curiosity over fear and become a creative authentic doer. In this 3 weeks course, we will learn from Elizabeth Gilbert’s book to be inspired to create, live joyfully, and participate in our own stories. How will you tell your story?

Participants are meant to attend all 3 sessions. Registration required. 

Listening to the audio book is very highly recommended and will enhance your experience.

Register for this virtual meeting to receive background information in advance of the event.

Long hold queue? We have extras!

  • Step 1: Register for this virtual book club meeting.
  • Step 2: Send us an email to info@nvdpl.ca requesting a “book club copy of this title”. Please include your name, email, phone #, library card, and your preferred format (physical book, ebook, or e-audiobook).

We’re hosting this virtual program on Zoom.

What you’ll need to attend: A computer with microphone (or headphones) and webcam, or your smartphone/tablet. If you have any questions, feel free to get in touch!

Ready to move on to the next Adult Summer Reading Club book? Check out the full listing here.

Location:
Wednesday, July 22, 2020 - 2:30pm to 3:30pm

Are you in Grade 3 and would like to join a Book Club? 

If your answer is yes, then Super Kids Book Club is for you!  Bring the book you are reading and get together with other Super Kids for half an hour filled with book-related activities. 

We’re hosting this virtual program on Zoom

What you’ll need to attend: A computer with microphone (or headphones) and webcam, or your smartphone/tablet. Space is limited. An email address is required for registration. We will email you the Zoom link in advance of the program.

Registration required. Register online or call 604-929-3727, ext. 8166 (ask for Jean or Rachel). 

Location:
Wednesday, July 22, 2020 - 2:30pm to 3:00pm

There’s so much in this life that is a mystery, but we suspect that reading mystery books is really fun! Join the Armchair Detectives to chat about your recent mystery reads and get suggestions from others about what – or what not – to read next. To miss this meeting would be a crime!

This month, we'll be discussing the novels of Paul Doiron; specifically, the Mike Bowditch mystery series.

Registration required. Register online or call 604-987-4471, ext. 8175.

This meeting will be held on Zoom. Session will open at 2:45pm for attendees to test their connections and devices.

What you’ll need to attend: a computer with microphone (or headphones) and webcam, or your smartphone/tablet.

Location:
Thursday, July 23, 2020 - 3:00pm

Explore our Universe this summer with North Vancouver District Public Library and North Vancouver City Library!

Join us for a virtual visit with author and illustrator Andy Runton. Andy is the creator of the Owly graphic novels and picture books. Tune in to learn about the creation of these graphic novels and picture books!

This program is offered in partnership with North Vancouver City Library.

Registration required as space is limited.

We’re hosting this virtual program on Zoom. An email address is required for registration. We will email you the Zoom link in advance of the program.

What you’ll need to attend: a computer with microphone (or headphones) and webcam OR your smartphone/tablet.

Location:
Tuesday, July 28, 2020 - 10:30am

Embark on a global journey to explore the past, present, and future of World Literature! 

Taught by Harvard University faculty, this Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) explores how great writers refract their world and how their works are transformed when they intervene in our global cultural landscape today.

No national literature has ever grown up in isolation from the cultures around it; from the earliest periods, great works of literature have probed the tensions, conflicts, and connections among neighboring cultures and often more distant regions as well.

Focusing particularly on works of literature that take the experience of the wider world as their theme, this course will explore the varied artistic modes in which great writers have situated themselves in the world, helping us to understand the deep roots of today's intertwined global cultures.

What you'll learn

  • The history of World Literature
  • How literary works and books are transformed by cultural transmission
  • How to critically analyze literary works
  • The significance of major technological advances in writing

We’re hosting this virtual program on Zoom.

What you’ll need to attend: A computer with microphone (or headphones) and webcam, or your smartphone/tablet.

Please register online with your email. We will email you the Zoom link and instructional material in advance of the program each week. If you have any questions, plese contact Vicki: Leev@nvdpl.ca 

 

Texts/authors considered in the course:

Section 1: Goethe and the Birth of World Literature
Section 2: The Epic of Gilgamesh
Section 3: Homer, The Odyssey
Section 4: The 1001 Nights
Section 5: Murasaki Shikibu, The Tale of Genji
Section 6: The Lusiads
Section 7: Voltaire, Candide
Section 8: Lu Xun and Eileen Chang
Section 9: Jorge Luis Borges, Ficciones
Section 10: Wole Soyinka, Death and the King's Horseman
Section 11: Salman Rushdie and Jhumpa Lahiri
Section 12: Orhan Pamuk, My Name is Red

Location:
Tuesday, July 28, 2020 - 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Join us for a Summer Reading Club course about Elizabeth Gilbert's Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear!

Chose curiosity over fear and become a creative authentic doer. In this 3 weeks course, we will learn from Elizabeth Gilbert’s book to be inspired to create, live joyfully, and participate in our own stories. How will you tell your story?

Participants are meant to attend all 3 sessions. Registration required. 

Listening to the audio book is very highly recommended and will enhance your experience.

Register for this virtual meeting to receive background information in advance of the event.

Long hold queue? We have extras!

  • Step 1: Register for this virtual book club meeting.
  • Step 2: Send us an email to info@nvdpl.ca requesting a “book club copy of this title”. Please include your name, email, phone #, library card, and your preferred format (physical book, ebook, or e-audiobook).

We’re hosting this virtual program on Zoom.

What you’ll need to attend: A computer with microphone (or headphones) and webcam, or your smartphone/tablet. If you have any questions, feel free to get in touch!

Ready to move on to the next Adult Summer Reading Club book? Check out the full listing here.

Location:
Wednesday, July 29, 2020 - 2:30pm to 3:30pm

Are you in Grade 3 and would like to join a Book Club? 

If your answer is yes, then Super Kids Book Club is for you!  Bring the book you are reading and get together with other Super Kids for half an hour filled with book-related activities. 

We’re hosting this virtual program on Zoom

What you’ll need to attend: A computer with microphone (or headphones) and webcam, or your smartphone/tablet. Space is limited. An email address is required for registration. We will email you the Zoom link in advance of the program.

Registration required. Register online or call 604-929-3727, ext. 8166 (ask for Jean or Rachel). 

Location:
Wednesday, July 29, 2020 - 2:30pm to 3:00pm

Explore our Universe this summer with North Vancouver District Public Library and North Vancouver City Library!

Join us for a virtual visit with author and illustrator Rashin Kheiriyeh. Rashin has published over eighty children’s books in countries all over the world. Some of her recent books include the picture books Saffron Ice Cream and The Story Boat. Tune in to learn more about Rashin’s amazing books!

This program is offered in partnership with North Vancouver City Library.

Registration required as space is limited.

We’re hosting this virtual program on Zoom. An email address is required for registration. We will email you the Zoom link in advance of the program.

What you’ll need to attend: a computer with microphone (or headphones) and webcam OR your smartphone/tablet.

Location:
Tuesday, August 4, 2020 - 10:30am

Embark on a global journey to explore the past, present, and future of World Literature! 

Taught by Harvard University faculty, this Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) explores how great writers refract their world and how their works are transformed when they intervene in our global cultural landscape today.

No national literature has ever grown up in isolation from the cultures around it; from the earliest periods, great works of literature have probed the tensions, conflicts, and connections among neighboring cultures and often more distant regions as well.

Focusing particularly on works of literature that take the experience of the wider world as their theme, this course will explore the varied artistic modes in which great writers have situated themselves in the world, helping us to understand the deep roots of today's intertwined global cultures.

What you'll learn

  • The history of World Literature
  • How literary works and books are transformed by cultural transmission
  • How to critically analyze literary works
  • The significance of major technological advances in writing

We’re hosting this virtual program on Zoom.

What you’ll need to attend: A computer with microphone (or headphones) and webcam, or your smartphone/tablet.

Please register online with your email. We will email you the Zoom link and instructional material in advance of the program each week. If you have any questions, plese contact Vicki: Leev@nvdpl.ca 

 

Texts/authors considered in the course:

Section 1: Goethe and the Birth of World Literature
Section 2: The Epic of Gilgamesh
Section 3: Homer, The Odyssey
Section 4: The 1001 Nights
Section 5: Murasaki Shikibu, The Tale of Genji
Section 6: The Lusiads
Section 7: Voltaire, Candide
Section 8: Lu Xun and Eileen Chang
Section 9: Jorge Luis Borges, Ficciones
Section 10: Wole Soyinka, Death and the King's Horseman
Section 11: Salman Rushdie and Jhumpa Lahiri
Section 12: Orhan Pamuk, My Name is Red

Location:
Tuesday, August 4, 2020 - 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Engage in a Summer Reading Club discussion about Damian Dibben's Tomorrow!
 

"Tomorrow, a 217-year-old dog, is searching for his lost master. He has traveled through the courts and battlefields of Europe - and through the centuries - in search of the man who granted him immortality. Befriending both animals and humans, Tomorrow falls in love only once, and gains insight into both the strength and frailties of the human spirit. But danger stalks his path, and in the shadows lurks an old enemy. Tomorrow must find his master before their pursuer can reach him and his master disappears forever."

Register for this virtual meeting to receive background information in advance of the event.

We’re hosting this virtual program on Zoom.

What you’ll need to attend: A computer with microphone (or headphones) and webcam, or your smartphone/tablet. If you have any questions, feel free to get in touch!

Ready to move on to the next Adult Summer Reading Club book? Check out the full listing here.

Location:
Tuesday, August 4, 2020 - 2:30pm

Take part in a Summer Reading Club discussion about Ijeoma Oluo's So You Want to Talk About Race with co-facilitator Kadin Burnett.

A current, constructive, and actionable exploration of today's racial landscape, offering straightforward clarity that readers of all races need to contribute to the dismantling of the racial divide. In So You Want to Talk About Race, Editor at Large of The Establishment, Ijeoma Oluo offers a contemporary, accessible take on the racial landscape in America, addressing head-on such issues as privilege, police brutality, intersectionality, micro-aggressions, the Black Lives Matter movement, and the 'N' word. Perfectly positioned to bridge the gap between people of color and white Americans struggling with race complexities, Oluo answers the questions readers don't dare ask, and explains the concepts that continue to elude everyday Americans. Oluo is an exceptional writer with a rare ability to be straightforward, funny, and effective in her coverage of sensitive, hyper-charged issues in America. Her messages are passionate but finely tuned, and crystalize ideas that would otherwise be vague by empowering them with aha-moment clarity.

Register for this virtual meeting to receive background information in advance of the event.

Long hold queue? We have extras!

  • Step 1: Register for this virtual book club meeting.
  • Step 2: Send us an email to info@nvdpl.ca requesting a “book club copy of this title”. Please include your name, email, phone #, library card, and your preferred format (physical book, ebook, or e-audiobook).

We’re hosting this virtual program on Zoom.

What you’ll need to attend: A computer with microphone (or headphones) and webcam, or your smartphone/tablet. If you have any questions, feel free to get in touch!

Ready to move on to the next Adult Summer Reading Club book? Check out the full listing here.

About Kadin

Kadin Burnett, born and raised in North Vancouver, is a writer for Women’s Media Center affiliate the FBomb, writer on from15th.com, high school advisor and basketball coach. He obtained a degree in journalism from the University of Oregon. His father, originally from Pittsburgh, lived through the Civil Rights era in the United States, and his mother is a first generation Italian-Canadian.

 

Photo of Kadin Burnett with a baby Bernese Mountain Dog

Location:
Wednesday, August 5, 2020 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm

Explore our Universe this summer with North Vancouver District Public Library and North Vancouver City Library!

Join us for a virtual visit with author Robin Stevenson. Robin is the author of many fiction and non-fiction books including Pride: The Celebration and the Struggle, Kid Activists: True Tales of Childhood from Champions of Change, Pride Colors, and The Summer We Saved the Bees. Tune in to learn more about Robin’s amazing books!

This program is offered in partnership with North Vancouver City Library.

Registration required as space is limited.

We’re hosting this virtual program on Zoom. An email address is required for registration. We will email you the Zoom link in advance of the program.

What you’ll need to attend: a computer with microphone (or headphones) and webcam OR your smartphone/tablet.

Location:
Tuesday, August 11, 2020 - 10:30am

Take part in a Summer Reading Club discussion about Anne Tyler's Redhead by the Side of the Road!
 

"From the beloved and best-selling Anne Tyler, a sparkling new novel about misperception, second chances, and the sometimes elusive power of human connection. Micah Mortimer is a creature of habit. A self-employed tech expert, superintendent of his Baltimore apartment building, cautious to a fault behind the steering wheel, he seems content leading a steady, circumscribed life. But one day his routines are blown apart when his woman friend (he refuses to call anyone in her late thirties a "girlfriend") tells him she's facing eviction, and a teenager shows up at Micah's door claiming to be his son. These surprises, and the ways they throw Micah's meticulously organized life off-kilter, risk changing him forever. An intimate look into the heart and mind of a man who finds those around him just out of reach, and a funny, joyful, deeply compassionate story about seeing the world through new eyes, Redhead by the Side of the Road is a triumph, filled with Anne Tyler's signature wit and gimlet-eyed observation"

Register for this virtual meeting to receive background information in advance of the event.

Long hold queue? We have extras!

  • Step 1: Register for this virtual book club meeting.
  • Step 2: Send us an email to info@nvdpl.ca requesting a “book club copy of this title”. Please include your name, email, phone #, library card, and your preferred format (physical book, ebook, or e-audiobook).

We’re hosting this virtual program on Zoom.

What you’ll need to attend: A computer with microphone (or headphones) and webcam, or your smartphone/tablet. If you have any questions, feel free to get in touch!

Ready to move on to the next Adult Summer Reading Club book? Check out the full listing here.

Location:
Thursday, August 13, 2020 - 7:00pm

Explore our Universe this summer with North Vancouver District Public Library and North Vancouver City Library!

Join us for a virtual visit with author Mark Leiren-Young. Mark is the author of Orcas Everywhere: The Mystery and History of Killer Whales, Orcas of the Salish Sea and Big Whales Small World. Tune in to learn about Mark’s books, and of course, orcas!

This program is offered in partnership with North Vancouver City Library.

Registration required as space is limited.

We’re hosting this virtual program on Zoom. An email address is required for registration. We will email you the Zoom link in advance of the program.

What you’ll need to attend: a computer with microphone (or headphones) and webcam OR your smartphone/tablet.

Location:
Tuesday, August 18, 2020 - 10:30am

Explore our Universe this summer with North Vancouver District Public Library and North Vancouver City Library!

Join us for a virtual visit with Inuit author Suzie Napayok-Short. Suzie is the author of Wild Eggs: A Tale of Arctic Egg Hunting and Kits, Cubs, and Calves: An Arctic summer. Tune in to learn more about Suzie’s books!

This program is offered in partnership with North Vancouver City Library.

Registration required as space is limited.

We’re hosting this virtual program on Zoom. An email address is required for registration. We will email you the Zoom link in advance of the program.

What you’ll need to attend: a computer with microphone (or headphones) and webcam OR your smartphone/tablet.

Location:
Tuesday, August 25, 2020 - 10:30am

Join us for another Friends of the Library BIG BOOK SALE. 

 
We have an amazing selection of books, CDs, DVDs & more on sale for great prices! Most items are under $2.00 and all Children’s Books are just $0.50!
 
Times
Friday, October 16 | 10:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday, October 17 | 12:00pm - 4:00pm
Sunday,  October 18 | 12:30pm - 4:00pm
 
 
On Sunday, everything is 1/2 price from 12:30pm-4:00pm. Bring your own bag or purchase one for $3. 
 
All proceeds from the sale go toward enhancing the Library through projects funded by the Friends. 
Location:
Friday, October 16, 2020 - 10:00am to Sunday, October 18, 2020 - 4:00pm