Welcome to the TNRL’s monthly e-newsletter, featuring upcoming programming, initiatives, collections, and more!
What's new at TNRL
Musician in Residence
Three talented musicians are joining the TNRL this fall, offering exciting events and one-on-one consultations.
Read for Reconciliation
TNRL is committed to the process of reconciliation with Indigenous communities. Here are some resources to help with this journey.
A day of music! Join TNRL Musician in Residence Jeremy Kneeshaw for this opportunity musically-inclined to bring their instruments and play together, practice, compose, and create!
An evening with BC authors Gary Geddes and Ann Eriksson!
Learn basic concepts of printmaking while exploring different techniques such as relief printmaking, monoprints, and collagraphs.
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We're pleased to offer this new collection of French-language eBooks and eAudiobooks. Great for adults, teens, and children!
Queen Elizabeth II
In memory of Queen Elizabeth and her remarkable life.
See the Collection
Grow Musically with TNRL
Whatever your instrument or genre of choice, TNRL has the resources to help your musical passions grow!
Featured Blog Posts
#teenpick - Isle of Dogs
Check out Sydnee's latest movie recommendation, Isle of Dogs!
New Barriere StoryWalk® Installation
Come and see Susan Verde's I Am One now up at the Barriere StoryWalk® in Fadear Park!
Check it out
Read Magazines with Libby
You may have heard there are thousands of free ebooks and audiobooks availably on the Libby app, but did you know there are magazines, too?
October is BC Libraries Month
To celebrate, we're launching something exciting.