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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.
If you or someone you know is homebound and would like to have library materials delivered to your home, you may register for the Sechelt Library at Home Program. For more information, see the Sechelt Library at Home section of the website.


NEW Beginner Computer Class
Every week you will work through an online course on basic computer skills at your own pace, with our Technology Education Coordinator available when you need help. You can bring your own laptop or borrow one of the library’s laptops. This program has been made possible by the District of Sechelt’s Community Investment Program. For Adults, seniors.

Mondays 11am-12:30pm (Dates here) Please note: No class Oct 22nd or 29th, 2018.


Sechelt Library in the News… UPDATED!

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Circulating Preloaded Kobo Readers


New Arrivals – October 2018


Downloadable Library brochures


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Support your library


Canada 150 grant renovations 

The Library may have to close with short notice for periods of time. Changes in hours will be posted on the library website. We apologize for any inconvenience.


A HUGE thank you to the Friends of the Library for their generous donation of $26,464.00 for two brand new, updated self check machines.

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Sechelt Library Press Release re Local Government Funding

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Analysis of Five Year Local Government Funding Agreement Report

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For more information, see also: Sechelt Library Funders 2013-2018 per capita Results


Renewal Campaign

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Donate Now Through CanadaHelps.org!


 


Events & Programs


October is Family History Month!!

Come in for books and presentationsexplore your family tree, discover the past, or learn how to preserve your memories


Friends of the Sechelt Library Book Faire! Friday Oct 12 to Sunday Oct 14 : Fri – 12-5, Sat – 10-5, Sun – 10-3.


See Adult, Youth, Children’s, & Tech Ed Programs

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Tech Support with Sam Iversen Monday-Friday in the Library. Appointments for Sechelt Library Card holders ONLY. Tuesday / Thursday Tech Drop-in from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm open to everyone. (See schedule on the Tech Ed Coordinator page) Call 604 885 3260 or email info@sechelt.bclibrary.ca


Oct 22 @ 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM Community Room - Sechelt Library
92 years of Pooh…A Reading & Tea… Celebrating the writing of A.A. Milne and the beloved stories of Winnie-the-Pooh. An adult story time with Richard Austin Monday October 22nd – 1:00-2:30 pm To register call
Oct 22 @ 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM Community Room - Sechelt Library
Family History Month – Introduction to Family History Join Teresa Eckford to discover how to start your family history research. Topics include: where to begin your research, genealogical terminology, software, free and paid databases (including
Oct 23 @ 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM Community Room - Sechelt Library
Tuesday Talk – Sunshine Coast Hospice Society Find out more about the history of the hospice society on the Sunshine Coast and the services they provide. Tuesday October 23rd  1:30pm-3:00pm All programs are free –
Oct 23 @ 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM
Spanish Conversation Café Practice your Spanish with others. Beginners. Experienced. Everyone welcome! Every second Tuesday September to November – 4:30-5:30pm. Register at the Sechelt Library, or phone/email Sherryl Latimer at 604 885 3260 or sherryl.latimer@sechelt.bclibrary.ca

View our Events Calendar


The Childhood Memories Project survey can now be completed online.

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  • Tues 10am6pm
  • Wed 1pm7pm
  • Thurs 10am6pm
  • Fri 10am6pm
  • Sat 10am5pm
  • Sun closed

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