The library is a family-friendly space where you and your children are always welcome to read, play and explore together. We ask that that an adult supervise children under the age of 10 while they are in the library.
Play and learn
Visit the Children’s area with your preschooler and have fun with ten early learning panels designed to foster literacy skills through hands-on interaction and play. Purchased with a provincial literacy equity grant, these panels are more than just entertainment. They help children hone:
• alphabet knowledge
• fine motor skills
Make up your own tale on our spin-a-story panel, make a handprint on our heat-sensitiveboard, spell your name out of magnetic letters and so much more!
Struggling with potty-training? A behavioural issue? We have books, magazines and DVDs available on a wide variety of parenting topics. Just Ask a librarian.
Early childhood education collection
Despite what the name suggests, this collection (located in the children’s area) is not just for early childhood educators! It can be borrowed by anyone with a library card and includes resources on:
• selecting books for children
• reading aloud and sharing books with your children
• reading readiness... and much more!
Child Care Resource and Referral Services
Mainly funded by the province’s Ministry of Children & Family Development, CCRR offers child care referrals, resources and support to child care providers and parents.
Fraser Health Child Care
Website provides a current list of child care facilities in the Tri-Cities and a description of the types of childcare programs
Share Family and Community Services
A non-profit, independent, community based organization that offers free parent education programs in addition to programs for youth.
Please Ask a librarian if you need more help finding a community resource.