Marmot Meadows is our space for children and their families.You'll find all kinds of interesting things for children like; books, magazines, audio-books, movies, video games and more.
The Burrow is our programming room where we hold story times and other special activities for children. When it's not being used for a program, it's a quiet, sunny place for you to relax with a book, parents to feed their infants, or spend some quite time with their children. We have a literacy toy cupboard that has lots of fun and intersting activities for you to enjoy with your child.
Computers: We have one computer available for research and an AWE learning computer that has literacy and numeracy games as well as skill based games on many topics including, typing, science and nature. There is also a computer in the Juvenille fiction aisle that si avaible for research and to look up books on the library's catalogue. The library's webapge also has databases to help with homework and for reading online.
Here are some great links to online books and games for children, homework topics as well as fun things!
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!
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.
This wonderful science and nature program is for kids in Grade 3 and 4 and will meet on Fridays once a month from 3:30 - 4:30 pm. We will be going outside, so make sure you're on time and wear clothing that suits the weather. Register by dropping by the library, calling 604-935-8436604-935-8436 or contacting the Youth Services staff at email@example.com
This book club is open to students in Kindergarten to Grade 2 and will run from October until June. We will meet monthly beginning Ocotber 9th. We will meet on Thursdays 3:30 - 4:30 pm. Click on the link above for more details. No registration is required but for more info call Adrienne at 604-935-8436604-935-8436 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
This book club is open to students in Grades 5, 6 and 7 and will run from October until June. We will meet monthly beginning October 10th. We will meet on Fridays 3:30 - 4:30 pm. Click on the link above for more details and to access the book list. Register by dropping by the library, calling 604-935-8436604-935-8436 or contacting the Youth Services staff at email@example.com
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.
This year Summer Reading Club's theme was Funny Business! The focus of our summer programming is on school-aged children in elementary and high school. For preschoolers we will have all of our regular pre-school programs as well as some special events. Stay tuned for new of our 2015 summer programming!