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The Central Library Turns Sweet 16!
posted on April 29, 2011

She’s beautiful. She’s sassy. She’s 398,000 square feet of classy! Come and celebrate all that is sweet about the Central Library at the biggest Sweet 16 party EVER!


Writing & Book Camp For Young Aspiring Writers & Book Lovers
posted on April 29, 2011

If you are a first-time writer, an aspiring author with mountains of manuscripts or somewhere in between and aged 11 to 16, the Library's Writing & Book Camp is for you.


A Passion for Reading
posted on April 29, 2011

Sue and her friends, along with other generous donors, have helped ensure that children and families will have access to exceptional books and resources in VPL's newest Branch for years to come.


New Library Branch To Include Social Housing
posted on April 1, 2011

When residents of the future YWCA Cause We Care House are not sure what to do on a Saturday morning or after dinner, they will be able to pop downstairs to their local Library branch. Read about plans for the new Downtown Eastside/Strathcona Branch.


New Branch Named For VPL Foundation Chair
posted on April 1, 2011

In recognition of 10 years of service, dedication and philanthropy, the Library has honoured VPL Foundation Board Chair Terry Salman by naming its newest branch after him.


Library’s New Online Catalogue Is Here
posted on April 1, 2011

Since the redesign of the Library’s website three years ago, avid users of vpl.ca have asked “when are you going to improve the catalogue?” Hold onto your library cards Vancouver, your new online catalogue has arrived!

Easier searching! Review & recommend items! Create lists & tags!Easier searching! Review & recommend items! Create lists & tags!


Outdoor Photo Exhibit Celebrates Vancouver’s 125 Years!
posted on April 1, 2011

The next time you are downtown, and especially if visiting the Central Library, take a look at the Hamilton Street side of the Library to discover images of Vancouver past in celebration of the city’s 125th anniversary. Take a step back in time to see how our city evolved between 1886 and 1951.


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