Please note: The library phone system will be down for a few hours on Wednesday April 24, while a new system is being installed.
Easter Hours – Closed: Friday April 19 and Monday April 22, 2019.
Borrow a kit to measure the radon level in your home.
NEW Sechelt Library at Home
The Better at Home program and the Sechelt Library have joined resources to bring library books, DVDs, CDs, or magazines to people who are homebound. For more information, see the Sechelt Library at Home section of the website.
Browse our poetry display…or find something else from our collection.
A HUGE thank you to the Friends of the Library for their generous donation of $26,464.00 for the updated self check machines.
Fri 12-5; Sat 10-5; Sun 10-3
Learn how to make full use of your iPad in this six-week course. We will cover different topics each week with plenty of time for questions and practice.
Topics include: Settings and apple ID; What is iCloud?; Surfing the web; Using default apps; Great library apps; and Troubleshooting and tips.
This is a FREE program. Registration required. Drop by or call the Library (604-885-3260) to reserve your spot.
Youth Maker Space – for Youth ages 10-18.
Come to the library after school on Tuesdays. We have iPads and laptops for homework and games, robotics and programming materials, art supplies, and a large room just for youth to pursue your interests.
Tuesdays Jan 8th-June 25th (excluding Spring break: March 19th & 26th) See full list of dates below.
In the Community Room – registration not required.
Tech Drop-in with Technology Education Coordinator, Sam…
If you have a quick question about iPads, the internet, computers, ebooks or other technology, drop by the library’s computer area Thursdays for help. Open to all patrons.
Upcoming Thursday Tech Drop-in dates: