WHAT MAY I BORROW?
Almost anything in our collection!
Certain exceptions can’t be borrowed and are meant to be read within the library:
HOW MANY MAY I BORROW?
You may borrow 50 titles in total at any given time.
HOW LONG MAY I KEEP ITEMS?
3 weeks. Print-Disabled and Home Service patrons may keep items for 6 weeks.
Material may be renewed up to 2 times as long as it is not reserved by another patron. You can renew all items (with the exception of Outlook Online-initiated interlibrary loans) online through your library account, in person, or over the phone.
Starting Feb 24th 2022, the item will be renewed automatically up to 2 times as long as it is not reserved by another patron.
Starting January 2nd 2020, there will be no late fees.
Item replacement fee will go into effect once the item has been missing or “lost” at 6 months overdue. The replacement fee will be cleared once the item is returned.
Parents/guardians are responsible for materials signed out on their children’s cards. Replacement cost charges for lost & damaged items apply. Children’s Cards may only be used for items for children’s use.
|Audiobooks||Over 800 audiobooks available on CD, MP3 and some available on cassette. Travellers, homemakers, equipment operators and seamstresses have all enjoyed using them. Try them out!||3 weeks|
|Books||Over 35,000 books for readers of all ages & interests.
Adult Fiction & Paperbacks are colour-coded:
|Magazines||magazine subscriptions with limited back issues.||Current issue: In-Library Use Only
Back issues: 3 weeks
|Maps||Small collection of local, topographical and major Canadian city and Canadian road maps are available for in-library use or photocopying.||In-Library Use Only|
|Newspapers||Vancouver Suns, The Western Producer, Creston Valley Advance, Country Life in BC||In-Library Use Only|
|DVD/Video||We have hundreds of movies available in this “Cultural-Educational” collection.||3 week|