The complete file of the Woodfibre LNG application for an Environmental Assessment Certificate is available in hard copy at the library. The 12 binders are located at the back of the library in the north west corner. Please ask at the desk if you can't find it. The full application is also available online. Click here to find it on the web.
Many thanks to the Bowen Heritage Preservation Society for finding us a temporary home for the Friends of Bowen Library book sorting. We can now accept donations again.
The Friends current location was condemned as being unsafe. Thankfully (and after much searching) the Friends have a temporary home. They will use a restored orchard cottage until May when their next booksale takes place. The Friends will still need an alternate and more permanent location if they are to continue the booksale next year.
Please contact the library at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 604-947-9788 if you can help the Friends find a permanent home after May 2015.
On Monday November 3rd at Cates Hill Chapel, Bowen Island Mayoral candidates responded to questions drawn from submitted public questions. This event focused on the role of the Mayor, and asked the candidates to talk about their leadership and managerial experience, style and vision. This event was hosted by Bowen Island Library, and was filmed by Andrew Stone. You can watch the video here.
Please note that due to a data error in the last segment of the video, the final question ("How will you engage the missing part of our electorate - the teens and twenty somethings on our Island?") and closing remarks from each candidate were lost. Our apologies to the candidates for this unintended omission. The videographer was unable to restore 3.7GB of data from the final segment.
The full list of questions we received before this event is available in pdf here.
Our annual call for volunteers is now open. Join the vibrant, friendly library team. Meet people get first dibs on new books and provide a hugely appreciated community service. Click here for more information.
The Knick Knack Nook's second bi-annual auction took place on Saturday October 18th with more than 175 people in attendance, bidding on over 300 items. Along with 3 silent auctions, Graham Ritchie masterfully provided live auctioneering for a dozen or so special items. All in all the event has raised more than $11,000 for the Library's Annie Laurie Wood Annex project.
Many thanks to the amazing Knick Knack Nook team who saved, stored, transported, priced, and displayed the wonderful auction items, and who managed the herculean task of putting this event together.
Not only does the Knick Knack Nook raise funds for the community in their daily work, but they also grant larger sums of money to community groups on a monthly and annual basis. The Knick Knack Nook must be one of the most successful community endeavours of the last 10 years, and the library is extremely grateful for the support of this worthy community organization. Thank you!
Bowen Library subscribes to Zinio, an online and mobile magazine application. Zinio has spent the last decade creating digital editions of the magazines you love, delivering the exact same material you get in print‚ plus exclusive features like video and audio, on your iPad, iPhone, desktop and laptop.
You can access these electronic magazines by clicking on the logo above and logging in using your library card. Or click below to learn how to set up an account.
In addition to the audiobooks available at Library to Go, the Bowen Library now subscribes to OneClickDigital's online collection. OneClickDigital is home to a wide array of audiobooks, without the five item check out limit of Library to Go. Click the Logo above to get started!
Download and read or listen to best selling and classic e-books and e-audio books 24/7 on your PC, Mac, tablet or mobile device. Your library without walls is always open!
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