Vernon

Phase 2 Re-opening: Curbside Holds Pick-up

This library branch is offering curbside holds pick-up and limited book drop open hours. View the ORL's Phase 2 Plan.


 

Open Hours

  • Monday: Curbside & Book Drop: 10AM-2PM
  • Tuesday: Curbside & Book Drop: 3PM-7PM
  • Wednesday: Curbside & Book Drop: 10AM-2PM
  • Thursday: Curbside & Book Drop: 10AM-2PM
  • Friday: Curbside & Book Drop: 10AM-2PM
  • Saturday: Curbside & Book Drop: 10AM-2PM
  • Sunday: CLOSED
  • We are currently in Phase 2 of our gradual reopening. During Phase 2, we have curbside pick-up of holds and book drops open for limited hours. You can place holds on items using the library catalogue, or by calling 1-844-649-8127.

Location


2800 30th Avenue
Vernon, BC. V1T 8S3
(250) 542-7610

Branches of the ORL are only open for curbside pick-up of holds, and for book drops. 

 

Curbside Pick-Up of Holds

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Returning Library Items

There are three book drop bins located on the east side of the building. They are open for limited hours during the pandemic. Please check our hours for details.

Programming

Please check out our Calendar of Vernon Branch Events to see what we're offering virtually for kids, teens and adults. Summer Reading Club is entirely online this year - register at www.bcsrc.ca!Image links to Summer Reading Club information page

 

 

 

 

 

 

Okanagan Lake Haiku

  Okanagan Regional Library is now taking submissions of haiku poems about Okanagan Lake.

  A haiku is an ancient poetic form created by the Japanese people. A traditional haiku is a three-line poem with seventeen syllables, written in a 5/7/5 syllable count. It often focuses on images from nature and emphasizes simplicity, intensity, and directness of expression.

The ORL will compile all haiku submissions and share them with our community as Okanagan Lake Haiku. Submissions will be accepted at pcritchley@orl.bc.ca until Aug. 31. 

 We look forward to reading your haiku about the deep and mysterious Okanagan Lake!

 

 

 

Parking

The parkade is currently closed to the public.
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