What's new at TNRL

One Book, One Community

Join our shared reading experience!

Pick up a copy of Greenwood by Michael Christie now, and mark your calendars for in-person events with the author!

Friday, May 3

  • Merritt Library, 11:00am
  • Ashcroft Library, 4:00pm

Saturday, May 4

  • Barriere Library, 11:30am
  • Clearwater Library, 2:30pm

Sunday, May 5 

  • Writer's WorkshopKamloops Library, 1:00pm

Monday, May 6

  • Kamloops Library, 6:00pm

Tuesday, May 7

  • Chase Library, 1:00pm
  • Logan Lake Library, 5:00pm

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Spring Break STEM

Pick up your take-home STEM activity kit from your local TNRL library, while supplies last, enter our fun contest, and check out the fun programs happening over spring break!

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Free Upcoming Programs

Lyn Baldwin Author Tour

Discover the world of botany through the unique lens of local botanist and artist Lyn Baldwin.

North Kamloops Library

Wednesday, March 6, 6:00pm - 7:30pm

Chase Library

Thursday, March 7, 5:00pm - 6:30pm


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C.A.R.E Climate Wellbeing Workshop

This 2 part session for teens explores the emotional impacts of climate change by focusing on empowerment and hope for youth.

Thursday, March 21 & 28

12:00pm - 1:05pm

North Kamloops Library

Registration Required


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Teeny Tiny Storytime

Enjoy a storytime at our Aberdeen Tiny Library!

Weekly on Wednesdays

10:00am - 10:20am

or 10:40am - 111:00am

Aberdeen Tiny Library

Registration Required


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Collection Spotlight

Bat Packs

Listen and learn about bats and their role in nature.

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Early Literacy Kits

These themed kits support a child's early literacy development.

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Spring Cleaning

Check out these great books about cleaning and organizing your home. 

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On the Blog

Aberdeen Tiny Library Grand Opening

Check out the photo gallery from our opening weekend!

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Punjabi Books

Check out our new collection!

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Let's Play Doctor

Is your child learning about the parts of their body? You can support this learning by playing a game of doctor!

In fact, young children actually learn faster through play, and playing doctor is an engaging way to teach your child all kinds of body-related vocabulary words.

You don’t need fancy toys to play – you could use a popsicle stick tongue depressor, a flashlight to check eyes and ears, a piece of cloth to wrap pretend injuries, or an old infant medicine syringe.

You can also extend their learning by reading some books about the body. Check out our recommendations below!

Picture Books About the Body

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Did You Know?

You can read old local newspapers online!

Search 1000’s of locally published newspaper articles all in one place: Newshound!

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Before You Go

Want to Drive the Mobile Library?

We're looking for a Sunday Driver for weekly stops in Sun Peaks and Whitecroft!

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Contact Us

465 Victoria St #100 | (250) 372-5145 | questions@tnrl.ca