All ORL Branches are closed on statutory holidays.
Princeton Library is at the intersection of Vermilion Avenue and Bridge Street in beautiful downtown Princeton, BC.
Veteran's Square, just across Vermilion Avenue from the library, has numerous benches and lots of green space.
There is a book drop slot located on the front of the building as well as in the library.
Story Time in the Park is a library led, family literacy event that encourages and grows the joy of reading together, and the best part is we can be as rowdy as we want! Families with kids of all ages will enjoy stories, songs and fun!
Come to Veteran's Park in September for stories, songs, and fun!
Baby Time is our joyful FREE early literacy program that helps grow the roots of a lifelong love of language. Bond with your baby through the power of song and rhymes! This program is recommended for babies from newborn to 18 months and their caregiver, but siblings are always welcome!
Check out the Princeton Library's mini makerspace! Every week we'll be experimenting with art, coding, sewing projects, buttons, and more. Learn something new, or bring a current project. This is a drop-in program, come anytime in the afternoon.
Join us Saturdays October-December for stories, songs, and fun that will have the children singing, dancing and learning together in another season of Story Time. This FREE drop-in program welcomes everyone in the family, but ages 2-6 will love it the most!
What will YOU build? Come into the library on Saturdays for LEGO games and challenges!
The infamous, anarchist, atheist, iconoclast, autodidact, polygamist, antagonist, nudist, scum of the earth, swinebreeder and dog fancier...
Local writer Dick Bird will read a couple of his stories at the
Come and hear him if you dare!
The library book club is a great way to meet new people and discuss a wide variety of books. No registration required- read the selected monthly book and come prepared to talk about it!
September 14: "Drive Your Plow Over the Bones of the Dead," Olga Tokarczuk. Copies available at the library
October 12: "What Strange Paradise," Omar El Akkad. Copies available at the library
November 9: "Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane," Lisa See
December 14: "Ducks," Kate Beaton
Come to the library and learn about the simple, yet versatile craft of needle felting!
This free, drop-in program will explore needle felting- the creative craft that involves sculpting shapes and figures using wool and special felting needles. Learn to create amazing creations with just a few supplies!
A creative group for all ages!
Knitting, crochet, embroidery, needle felting- the fibre arts are a world of creative opportunities. Join members of all ages and abilities to share ideas, techniques, and good conversation. We provide the tea!
Do you need help with your devices or apps? Drop-in to Tech Tuesdays for answers!
We can help you with Android, iOS, Email, Facebook, ebooks and audiobooks, or anything else that has you feeling frustrated.
Are you interested in volunteering to help people who are struggling with their tech? Call us for more information! Teens and Adults welcome to volunteer!
We have public computers with internet access. Printing (black and white) is available for $0.25 /page. Print from our computers, or from your own laptop or mobile device!
We also have a public access catalogue to place holds and browse material system-wide.
The newest addition to the branch is our water cooler! Feel free to bring your water bottle to fill it up.
The puzzle exchange was so popular, we didn't want to stop, so we have decided to give the puzzles a permanent home. Come in to the library to check out what's here. There's something for everyone, including kids!
For beginner to experienced gardeners, our Seed Library is a great opportunity to try new varieties, contribute to local food security, and learn a new skill- saving seeds!
"Borrow" seeds from our collection, plant and harvest, and bring back seeds to share with gardeners next year.
To donate seeds:
- Please ensure they are open-pollinated varieties
- Put the seeds in an envelope and label it with the variety and year of harvest (we have envelopes here!)
- Bring your labeled seeds back to the Library. They will be added to the collection so other people may check them out and plant them next season!