All ORL Branches are closed on statutory holidays. The Revelstoke Branch is always open on the Saturday immediately preceding a statutory-holiday Monday (except Easter when we are closed Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday)
We will be open during our renovations! We are excited about our new technology lab and reading room. Meanwhile, expect some minor disruptions, noise, and a slightly altered and smaller library. Questions? Ask our staff!
Join our fun and engaging story tellers for an action packed half hour that includes, songs, games, puppets, rhymes, surprises, and of course, stories!
Starts September 8
For families - free - all welcome!
Drop by the library and create a simple craft - we provide the space, supplies, and instructions. Ask at the desk.
Drop by the library and explore our collection of STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Art and Math) learning resources.
Drop in - Free - All Welcome!
Every day is Lego day at the library! Ask at the desk and we will get you set up!
Look for activities, displays, and hands-on fun all week long in the lab as we celebrate science literacy week!
Drop in to the lab for some Halloween fun! Slime, mad science, and zombie vegetables! Yikes! Children under 9 should be accompanied by an adult please.
Drop in for some scary stories, slimy treats, and a creepy mystery in a dark library. Tweens and teens only please: younger sibling tag-alongs might find this too scary
The library is the home of the Revelstoke Screen Smart Program! Drop by the library and check out the resources available at the Screen Smart display. Keep an eye out for ongoing Screen Smart Events.
Join author Doug Mayer for a celebration of his epic 6 volume book series - new to the library's collection!
Join Doug Mayer, a local historian and author, for a presentation and celebration of his work documenting the history of the Revelstoke division of the CPR. Doug is passionate about the railway and a very knowledgeable and engaging speaker.
Join author Ann Douglas on Teams for a fiercely honest and wildly encouraging look at midlife for women.
Ann Douglas explores the messy and misunderstood middle years in her big-hearted and encouraging guide for women. She will present evidence-based strategies for thriving at midlife, from health and relationships, to career and finances.
Discussion will follow.
Author Debbie Ehrstien describes the healing journey she has taken on her road to freedom as a survivor of childhood sexual abuse.
Use our Cricut Maker cutting machine to quickly and accurately cut hundreds of materials, helping you make almost any DIY project. You must first complete a certification course before you can reserve and use this tool.
Preserve your memories by digitizing your old photographs, slides, negatives, video tapes, vinyl records or tape cassettes with our digitization equipment.
Connect with the library to book the stations.
There are two book slots to the left of the main entrance of the library along the Campbell Avenue side of the building in which to return books at any time (except during the Easter and Christmas closures). We are no longer have book drops inside the library.Please use the outside book drops for all your returns. Thank you!
You can access many useful online library services and resources here:
Revelstoke Library LinkTree
For inquiries about exam invigilation email Lucie Bergeron firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 250-837-5095
Please check with staff. Pre-booking is recommended.
Interested in supporting the library? Please contact your Community Librarian, Lucie Bergeron, at 250-837-5095 or email@example.com. Thank you!