We are pleased and proud to announce BC Library Association’s new partnership with CUPE BC!
CUPE BC is generously contributing $50,000 to ensure that BC Summer Reading Club continues to award medals to children across the Province who participate in this successful, inclusive and much loved program. Please see BCLA’s News Release for details.
Thank you CUPE BC!
Children and Teen Services (CATS) Conference
Monday, October 7, 2019
The Okanagan Regional Library System (ORL), Nelson Public Library (NPL), and British Columbia Library Association (BCLA) are pleased to announce a professional development opportunity for children’s and teen library staff from across the province at this FREE one-day event.
VPL has medals left. Please contact us if you still need some.
Does anyone have a 5 or more medals kicking around. We ran out and kids continue to trickle in asking for them. If anyone has any left please send them our way,
UPDATE: Richmond and Whistler have kindly offered to send us medals.
Roseanne | West Vancouver Memorial Library | email@example.com
Thank you Chetwynd and Richmond for sending us your extra medals. I think we have enough now. Really appreciate your help. Our customers were thrilled to get them.
We’re all out again, and we still have stragglers who are really hoping for their 2018 medals! If you have medals to spare, we could use about 20 more.
Please contact Alicia Dobbs – firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s a great problem to have – we ran out of SRC medals. If anyone has any left please send them our way
If anyone has medals they don’t think they’ll need, we could use another 40 or 50. They can be sent via Interlink to the City Centre Branch of Coquitlam Public Library c/o Chris Miller.
If you don’t have a use for the leftover small plastic bags that the medals come in, please feel free to send to me, and I will ensure they get reused/recycled.
Please send att: Cynthia to
Public Library InterLINK
#158 – 5489 Byrne Road
Burnaby, British Columbia
Kelsey (age 7) is a regular customer here at Richmond Public Library. She is visually impaired, and her mom has added construction paper over the title and sticker boxes to give it a raised texture, and Kelsey is using her braille machine to add the braille to the title boxes.
It’s a little bit tricky to see in the photo, but it was such a cool idea I wanted to share it with everyone.