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A Wilderness Dog Saga? Dog and writer, Chris Czajkowski, at the library, Friday, October 13, at 7pm

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Join bestselling author Chris Czajkowski and her gregarious and lovable pack dog Harry for a presentation based on her new book, Harry: A Wilderness Dog. Friday, October 13 at 7 PM – 8:30… Continue reading

Free screening of Wonder Woman October 11. Celebrate International Day of the Girl at the Library. And of course you can dress up.

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Join us to celebrate International Day of the Girl with a free screening of the movie “Wonder Woman”. Wednesday, October 11. At the Library.   Movie starts at 7pm. Seating is limited. Rated… Continue reading

Library’s annual Booksale is coming up: Friday September 9, 10 -5

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The Friends of the Library Annual Book Sale will be held on September 9th outside the Scotiabank. Come by and grab a bargain while helping support the library!

Register now for iPad for beginners at the Library, Wed Feb 3 6:30pm

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Get the lowdown on the library tomorrow night at the AGM, 7pm

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There’s a new book club in town…

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Reading makes you a better person. So, the single most awesome way to self-actualize, in my opinion, might just be to get a library card. And then you can really next level things… Continue reading

Meet YA and children’s Author Eric Walters at the Library, Sunday 18 Octoberm 11:30am

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It’s a busy weekend in Whistler with the Writers Festival and Naturalists’ Fungus Amongst Us Festival taking place. If you’re planning on staying closer to home, don’t miss MADE on Saturday, and a… Continue reading

Urban Homesteading talk at the Library, Thursday, October 8, 7pm

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Ethical eating author Dr. Michelle Catherine Nelson will read from The Urban Homesteading Cookbook, her book about earthwise consumption, at the Pemberton Library on Thursday night. In the book, Nelson shares what she learned… Continue reading

One month countdown to the Mother of All Garage Sales, for the library’s Deck Enhancement project

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A Year in the Life of a Library

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Books are only part of the story. A quick dance through the numbers would suggest that on average, every Pemberton District/Area C/Lil’wat resident, comes to the library once a month, that there’s some… Continue reading

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