Due to roof damage, the Oyama Branch will be closed on Thursday, October 27th. The branch will re-open on Tuesday, November 1st. Book drop bins remain open during this time.
When the library is closed, books can be returned in the book drop bin located next to the main door.
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For details or registration info, click on an event below.
Sept 22nd to Dec 8th
Every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month at 7:00pm.
Wear your PJ's, bring a stuffie and join us for stories, songs, rhymes and fun before going to bed. Drop-in, it's free!
September 22 - Fall Is Not Easy
October 13 @ 7-7:45 pm - Special Wild West Extravaganza - Wear your cowboy hats and spurs as we celebrate the Wild West with UBC-O's One Book selection All True Not a Lie In It by local author Alix Hawley!
October 27 - Hallowe'en Howls
November 10 - Movember
November 24 - Peas in a Pod
December 8 - Christmas in Oyama
Please join Michelle on the first Thursday of each month at 7:00 pm for tea, treats, and a lively discussion of the month's title.
Copies of each title will be available in the library one month ahead of the discussion date.
Drop in; no registration required!
September 6 Circling the Sun by Paula McLain (*please note - this is a Tuesday)
October 6 All True Not a Lie In It by Alix Hawley (UBC One Book selection for 2016)
November 3 The Mountain Story by Lori Lansens
December 1 The Midwife of Venice by Roberta Rich
January 5 Louis Riel: A Comic Strip Biography by Chester Brown
February 2 They Left Us Everything by Plum Johnson
March 2 The Fault In Our Stars by John Green
Select back issues of the following magazines are also available: Boy's Life, Canadian House & Home, Canadian Living, Cooking Light, Gardens West, Girl's Life, Martha Stewart Living, Men's Health, O Magazine, Our Canada, Popular Science, Prevention, The Quilter, Seventeen, Today's Parent, and Yes!.
We have one computer available for one hour a day for members and guests to the Oyama Branch.
We have Wi-fi connectivity for both members of the library as well as guests who bring in their own wireless devices.