50 and Fabulous: A Fashion Show Fundraiser

Join us for a fashion show in celebration of the Library’s 50th anniversary! Curated and hosted by fashion historian, Ivan Sayers, the show will feature fashion and history from decades past, and will be followed by afternoon tea. 

Giller Prize Party

Celebrate Canadian Literature! At the event, we will be livestreaming the Scotiabank Giller Prize Awards Ceremony from Toronto. There will be drinks and appetizers, prizes, & readings of the nominated books. Hosted by JJ Lee, acclaimed Vancouver Author and CBC Radio Host. 
 
Date: Monday, November 10, 2014
Time: Doors open at 4:30pm, awards ceremony livestream begins at 5:00p

Typical Week Survey

Don’t put that book back! Yes you read that correctly!

We're doing a survey the week of Sunday, October 19 to Saturday, October 25. During this week, we'd like you to leave all materials you take off the shelves on a table or place it in one of the boxes provided. Anything but put it back! The purpose of the survey is to help us determine what resources we use in a typical week.
 
Thank you for your assistance as we complete this survey.

Beasts of the North Shore

The North Shore is home or has been home to many of large mammals. Some, such as deer and black bear, are well known, but others are seldom seen and little known. Animals who have stayed have found ways to co-exist with humans. Others have left as human impact has reached intolerable levels. Join us as David Cook describes these species outlining interesting facts about their biology, how to identify their tracks and scats, and how each has adapted (or not) to the modifications of their habitat by humans.

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