One of our most popular programs is Yarn & Yap, where folks come into the library to meet other fans of the fibre arts. So until we meet again, we wanted to share some of our staff’s favourite places to go for supplies, ideas, and help. Continue reading Yarn & Yap Resources
Are you aware that the TNRL has an extensive collection of useful and interesting databases? If you’re interested in car maintenance, or simply want to know what a repair would cost, check out our Auto Repair Source database, available for free with your library card! Continue reading #StaffPick: Auto Repair Source
NewsHound provides free access to a searchable digital archive of thousands of newspaper articles from publications across the Thompson-Nicola Regional District. It includes articles from current and historical newspapers in the communities of Kamloops, Merritt, Clinton, and Sun Peaks. More … Continue reading NewsHound Local Newspaper Archive
Did you know that your TNRL library card gives you free access to more than 40,000 ebooks and audiobooks through our Library2go collection? The easiest way to access them is with the Libby app. We’ve posted a new video to … Continue reading Ebooks and Audiobooks with Libby
It’s mental health week in Canada, and Canadians are trying to navigate a pandemic the likes of which has not been seen in over hundred years, and which is being dealt with in an unprecedented way. While we’re finding many new ways to connect and communicate, maybe now is also the time for us to #getreal in our conversations. Continue reading #GetReal – Mental Health Week
We’ve posted a new video to our YouTube channel with step-by-step instructions on how to apply online for a new library card: This temporary card will give you access to all of our digital content, including: Our extensive collection of eBooks … Continue reading Apply for a Library Card Online!
There are some great, free webinars coming really soon on personal planning topics like wills & estates, end of life care, power of attorney and more! Continue reading Free Online Legal Seminars
Code.org offers free computer science courses aimed at students in Kindergarten through Grade 12. Younger students can learn basic coding and create drawings and games with simple drag & drop blocks. Older students can learn how to design an app … Continue reading Learn to Code!
If you’re a teacher trying to put together a novel study or reading circle for your students right now, we have some resources that can help! Continue reading Resources for Novel Studies and Reading Circles
You may already be familiar with TumbleBooks, one of our online reading databases for kids, but the creators of TumbleBooks have just made some of their other databases freely available for library patrons right now! The best part is, there are no waitlists with these titles. So if you’re craving a book for teens, an audiobook, a romance, or some math books for children check these out! Continue reading (More) Free eBooks and eAudiobooks!