|Monday||1 pm - 5 pm||Tuesday - Saturday||10 am - 5 pm||Sunday||Closed|
You can submit to the draw one time each week!
We draw on Sundays and begin again on each Monday.
These weekly programs are for members of the Summer Reading Club. Don't have an SRC # yet? Click here to sign up!
A parent/guardian card # can be used to sign out Summer Selections books. If you would like to apply for a separate Junior Library card for the SRC member, click here.
We have partnered with Heritage Park to bring you this week's Family program! It will be presented in person at the Heritage Park Museum! Our program activity will be held outdoors, with a maximum of 10 participants, (including grown-ups), for 30 minutes. We have 3 sign-up sessions available, for a total of 30 participants. Should the weather be poor - our activity will be held in the Dance Hall building. Please note children must be accompanied by an adult for this program.
Summer Selections books will be collected at Heritage Park Museum at the end of your session.
Be on time! Due to the time restricted limits of our sessions, please be punctual.
Pick a time slot from below and then fill out the information for the first child. You can sign up additional children after the first.
What's the name of the Grown-up?
(Filling this is optional. You can scroll to the bottom to finish registering this child for the program!)
I am years old.
Here are the names of some books I really like:
This is a book title (or type of book) I really don’t like:
Pick at least 1:
Pick up to 3:
Having a late start to Summer Reading Club? Don't worry, you can still join today by clicking here!
Summer is a great time to explore outdoors as a family. As you walk in nature pay attention to the plants and animals around you. Listen for animal sounds and look at different plant types.
Check out the Library’s Green Thumb lesson to learn about how plants adapt to their environment. Look for the “Survival- Plant Style” link.
Not sure where Howe Creek Trail is? Click here to see the trail map.
Find these 15 places: Between Christie Park and Lanfear Drive. (Click the picture on the right to enlarge!)
Send a picture with your team beside one of the spots in the challenge to firstname.lastname@example.org. Put "Field Tripping" in the subject line and include your name for a chance to win a prize!
Rube Goldberg brought both his humour and his training as an engineer into making his famous cartoons. Click here to see some of his iconic comic strips.
A Rube Goldberg Machine is a series of chain reactions that make a simple task complicated (and humorous). Tinker Lab is a great site to start to learning about Rube Goldberg Machines. It lays out clear instructions with some inspirational kid-designed machines.
Check out Joseph’s Machines for some very complex and amusing inventions!
Get inspired by checking out the Terrace Public Library's Marble Run lesson.
The library's Leopard Gecko, K'oom, went for a walk down-town and thought it would be fun to take some pictures. Unfortunately, she has a terrible memory. K'oom can't remember where the pictures were taken!