Poirier Street will be closed between King Albert and the Poirier Activity Centre from Tuesday Aug 19 through Friday Aug 22 from 6:30 am until 5:30 pm. Patrons will still be able to access the Poirier Branch library parking during this closure via the Poirier Sports and Leisure Complex entrances off of Poirier and Winslow.
Renew Your Books
You can renew your books online by signing into your account or by calling Poirier 604-937-4141 or City Centre 604-554-READ (7323).
Support Your Bookbus
The Library is seeking community support to replace the recently destroyed Bookbus. Donations are accepted at both locations or online and tax receipts will be issued. For more information, see the press release. We appreciate your donation. Please visit our Bookbus Blog to keep up to date.
The BC Council for Families ask for your help with their survey. They want to know what you think about family life in BC. Help improve the quality of life for all BC families.
Canada Day in the Park
Check the winning ticket numbers for the book prizes from Canada Day 2014. We also took some great pictures. Thanks for stopping by our tent!
Adult Learner Summer Reading Club
Calling all adults at an intermediate ESL reading level to join our Adult Learner Summer Reading Club. For more information, visit our ESL page.
Summer Reading Club 2014
Calling All Children Aged Four and Older! Join the Summer Reading Club!
eReading Room for Kids
Check out our new e-titles in children's fiction. Browse now.
Thousands of online language courses including ESL courses for 50 languages. Includes interactive movies, scored quizzes and virtual coaching. Try Pronunciator today!
At City Centre branch: Sparklebomb Jewelry, unique handmade jewelry featuring crystals, and handmade headbands by Megan Wong. Abstract, figure, and animal wood carvings by Coquitlam resident and wood-carver Ray Thompson.
At Poirier branch: Coquitlam resident Audrey Machin's historic pottery collection. Featuring pieces created during her time at the Derby College of Art, working at Denby Pottery, and works up to the present day.
We have display cases at both branches for local artists and crafters to exhibit their works. For more information and an application form click here.
Are You New To BC?Newcomers should visit NewToBC.ca to learn more about the services and programs public libraries offer recent immigrants. Volunteer opportunities available.
The Tri-Cities Welcoming Project lists services in their Newcomers Directory. Find out about our cultural diversity or browse newsletters in their Community Profiles.
Canadian Citizenship Cultural Access Pass
Have you recently received your Canadian citizenship? Coquitlam Public Library is a pickup location for the Institute for Canadian Citizenship Cultural Access Pass. Find out more
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