Getting out in Nature

Summer is here and the lock down is over, finally. If you are anything like me, then the thought of getting outdoors and hopefully away somewhere, has turned to a craving. Whether it’s heading out to camp, tenting in a provincial park or simply slipping on some comfortable footwear to take a long walk in nature,... Continue Reading →

Gardening with TBPL

This year more than any other has seen an interest in gardening that’s “off the charts”, both for food supply purposes and as a therapeutic activity. Your library has a number of online resources that you can access as long as you have a library card. If you don’t, email us at with your... Continue Reading →

The Canterbury Trail by Angie Abdou

  The Canterbury Trail by Angie Abdou (2011, Brindle & Glass) offers insight into Canadian mountain village lifestyles and culture while at the same time addressing larger themes with which readers can relate.  The Canterbury Trail tells the story of a mis-matched bunch of skiers, snowboarders and snowmobilers who set out in small groups to enjoy... Continue Reading →

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