http://www.princerupertlibrary.ca/ has a temporary site up with links to the catalogue, your account, Overdrive and databases. We've got more work to do, but while we do our best, hopefully this will be helpful! 👍
Our website hard drive has crashed irrecoverably. While we rebuild from backups, you can access your account or our catalogue through https://bpr.bc.catalogue.libraries.coop/eg/opac/home…
Overdrive is available through https://bcpl.overdrive.com/ , or through links in our catalogue.
Our databases are accessible through the Google cache at http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search…
We will be holding a 3D Printer Tutorial session on Wednesday, February 28th at 7 pm. Once you've completed this tutorial, you can register to use the machine by signing up at the front desk.
If you have any questions, call the library during open hours: 250-627-1345 or send us an e-mail email@example.com
Heart of the City - Andrea Wilmot
Open book: Andrea Wilmot loves the library for more than the books. She is also Library Board Member and a wonderful supporter overall. Here's showcasing her January 24th 2018 interview with Black Press.
You can read the write up in The Northern View's (Thursday) January 25th paper as well. Kudos! Way to go Andrea!...
Did you know?
We do have STAY & PLAY on Fridays at the library from 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. No sign up necessary for this particular program. Come in with your preschoolers and enjoy your Friday time together.
Have a gander at what's "Coming Soon" to your public library!
Reading and learning together is fun. It fosters immeasurable lifelong learning habits within families and that's a definite win-win for all. Come visit us today and have a gander at our learning activities resources on display. You are welcome to borrow any of these items, all you need is your active library card. See you soon!
The "Create & Make" After School Program will start up once again on Thursday, January 11th 2018. It is for Grades 1 - 6 and from 3:15 pm - 4:30 pm. There is no registration required. See you there!
We had our Annual Food for (overdue) Fines program in the month of December and have since handed the food over to the Salvation Army for the local food bank. Thank you to Erica for coming in yesterday to pick up the food items. Having the Food for Fines program helps everyone. Together, we all win.
Left to right: Lisa (Circ. Desk), William (Info. Tech.), Kathleen (Deputy-Librarian), Joe (Chief Librarian), Erica (Salvation Army Rep) and Dale (Library Board Member)..
❤ RISP Sue Grafton: April 24th 1940 - December 28th 2017 ❤ The alphabet series "sadly ends at Y."
We do have her latest book: Y is for Yesterday, along with all others available for borrowing, all you need is your active library card.
FYI: Sharing info. along.
INDIGENOUS CANADA: is a 12-week Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) that explores Indigenous histories and contemporary issues in Canada.
This course can be audited (free w/o certification) or you can pay the fee to receive a certificate upon completion. We do have general use computers at the public library, if you need internet access to take this course (or any online course), just let us know at sign up for computer time....
From an Indigenous perspective, this course explores key issues facing Indigenous peoples today from a historical and critical perspective highlighting national and local Indigenous-settler relations.
Topics Covered: The fur trade and other exchange relationships, Land claims and environmental impacts, Legal systems and rights, Political conflicts and alliances, Indigenous political activism, Contemporary Indigenous life, art and its expressions.
For more info., visit: https://www.ualberta.ca/admissions-prog…/…/indigenous-canada