Victoria Day Closure
The Sechelt Library will be closed on Monday May 21, for the Victoria Day Holiday, and will reopen at 10 am, Tuesday May 22nd
Electronic resources service interruption
Please note: The library catalogue and other library services such as Overdrive will be unavailable from 9:00 PM PDT on Saturday, May 19, to 5:00 AM PDT on Tuesday, May 22. We recommend you download e-books/e-audiobooks to your devices before the service interruption.
Also, if, before Saturday you can’t access your e-books on the OverDrive app, you will have to sign into your library account and reset your PIN to the default (last four digits of your phone number). If you’re not comfortable doing this, please either call the library or visit in person so a staff member can help you.
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.
Circulating Preloaded Kobo Readers UPDATED!
Sechelt Library Item List by Author
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.
Sechelt Library Press Release re Local Government Funding
For more information, see also: Sechelt Library Funders 2013-2018 per capita Results
Historical Fiction Book Club
Historical Fiction fans, join us. Make a list of books you would like to read and discuss. Teresa Eckford, Sechelt Library Staff member and Historical Fiction aficionado, will guide the group.
January 15, 2018 The Stonehenge Letters by Harry Karlinsky
May 28, 2018 – TBA
Join Jill Hightower at the Elder Women drop-in group.
The group facilitates senior women coming together to share information, support independence, laugh, and know that we are not alone. It is in the tradition of women, that they get together and talk. The Elder Women meet the first Friday of every month.