Complete A Survey on your Community Libraries
Please take five minutes to complete a survey on how you use the library. The information you provide will be used for planning of future library programs and services. Even if you do not use the library, or some of its services, we are interested in having you complete this survey. All responses are confidential.
FVRL is the largest public library system in BC, with 25 community libraries serving almost 700,000 people in its service area. The library system is primarily funded through taxes raised in the communities it serves. It is governed by a board of elected officials representing its member municipalities and regional districts, which includes the Corporation of Delta.
Library Cards are Free
Get your free library card at any Delta library. Valid ID and proof of your current address in Delta is required.
Hours of Operation
Your Libraries Are Open 7 Days a Week Year-Round
|George Mackie Library
|Ladner Pioneer Library
4683 - 51 Street
1321A - 56 Street
Delta libraries provide computer and Internet access, including word processing and printing. Library sites are wireless enabled so that you can use your own laptop or PDA to link to the library's website and the Internet. Call or visit your local library for details.
Information Resources Available 24/7 at www.fvrl.bc.ca
Homework Help. Stuck on your homework assignment? Go to Live Homework Help! a free service for grade 4 - 12 students available 7 days a week. Get one-on-one help from a tutor in an online classroom. Chat, work in the interactive white board, share files and co-browse the web.
Online Catalogue. Search the library's online catalogue via the FVRL website. Place requests on items, renew materials and check on the status of your account.
Research. Need an answer to an important question? Looking for do-it-yourself or other non-fiction materials? Get fast facts and information from licensed databases at the FVRL website, over the telephone or by visiting your local library.
- View Delta Libraries' Summer Program Guide
For Children. The Summer Reading Club, book talks, story times, puppet shows and performances are only some of the programs and activities offered to children at Delta libraries. Come to your local library to find out how we make reading fun!
For Teens. Art and poetry displays, Teen Library Council, Teen Summer Reading Club, writing contests, author readings and special programs serve the interests of Delta teens. Meet a friend or meet a great book at the library!
For Adults and Seniors. Delta libraries offer a variety of programs for adults and seniors, including book discussion groups, author readings, computer and internet training and talks on subjects as diverse as pets, gardening, travel, finance and health. Make the library your first stop for information, entertainment and lifelong learning!
Meet at Your Library
Reserve a meeting room. Each Delta library has a meeting room available to community groups, non-profit and commercial organizations. All facilities are wheelchair accessible. For reservations, call the library during hours of operation.
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