Welcome to Marmot Meadows!

A Place for Children and Families 

You'll find all kinds of interesting things for babies, children and tweens. Join us in The Burrow, our programming room where we hold story times and other special activities for children. When it's not being used for a program, please enjoy some time with your child and explore the literacy toy cupboard's puzzles, blocks, puppets and more.

Computers: We have one public computer available with the ability to print. The library's catalogue and databases are also available on a variety of computers.

Outreach: When you are out and about in Whistler you may find the library in surprising places. Our book bike, BOB (Books on Bike) is a regular sight on the village stroll during the spring,summer and fall. Stop by and say hi, listen to a story or find out more about our library's programs and services. Check out Shaw TV's story about outreach with BOB.

Fun and Educational Things for Kids    Click HEre _banner2

Here are some great links to online books and games for children, homework topics as well as fun things!

What to Read Next?

The staff in Youth Services love to help with your child's book selection. Here are some of the resources we use to help us find books and in particular the next book in a series!


Baby and Preschool Program Times and Days

All library programs are offered free of charge.Young children attending any of these programs must be accompanied by a caregiver. Click on the link above for more details.


Programs for School-Aged Children Fall, Winter, Spring - 2016 / 2017

Registration Required*  Register by dropping by the library, calling 604-935-8436 or contacting the Youth Services staff at youthservices@whistlerlibrary.ca


Partnerships

The Whistler Public Library partners with various local community groups to bring a variety of progamming to our community. To learn more about these specific partnership progams click here.


Special Events and Programs

Click on the link above to find out about upcoming special events for chidlren and teens.


Summer Reading Club & Summer Fun: 2017

Our theme this summer is Walk on the Wild Side! perfect fo us living in or visitng Whistler.The focus of our summer programming is on children in elementary and high school. For preschoolers check out these drop in programs, that run all summer as well as some special events.