North Kamloops Library

Today's Hours:

Regular Open Hours
Monday 10:00-5:00
Tuesday 10:00-8:00
Wednesday 10:00-8:00
Thursday 10:00-8:00
Friday 10:00-5:00
Saturday 10:00-5:00
Sunday Closed

*Closed Statutory Holidays

Contact Information

Services

Upcoming Programs

Features

The North Kamloops Library has 2 meeting rooms available for public, non-profit bookings.

Printing and photocopying is available for the following:

  • 20 cents per page black and white
  • 50 cents per page colour

In partnership with the Kamloops Arts Council we are delighted to showcase the talented works of local arts.

This program provides local businesses and organizations with fresh artwork on a rotating basis. Paintings, photography and other works by local artists are displayed where Kamloops citizens and tourists congregate. Other locations include the Royal Inland Hospital Clinical Services Building, Terra restaurant, and the Kamloops Airport.

Art in Public Spaces makes the Kamloops community more vibrant, showcases our local talent, enhances cultural tourism, activates public spaces, creates economic development and even promotes health and healing. The Thompson-Nicola Regional Library is pleased to be a partner in this program. We believe that libraries are a true community space and should represent and showcase the people they serve.

All artwork is for sale, unless otherwise stated, and goes towards supporting our local artists as well as the arts council in providing great programs to enhance our community. For details about each piece, or to purchase, check out the Arts Council online shop or contact the Arts Council at 250-372-7323.


Submit your artwork:

If you are interested in showcasing your work at the library please fill out the application on the Arts Council website.


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The reading garden is open in spring and summer and provides a nice place to sit and enjoy a good book. 

 

About

The North Kamloops Library was originally located on Tranquille Road and was opened on October 17, 1975. At the time, it was the largest library in the system.

Over the years, the North Kamloops Library underwent a few renovations both decreasing and increasing in size. By 2005, the use of the North Kamloops Library had outgrown it’s space and a new library was planned. 

The current library was opened in 2010 in what is known as Library Square. If you look carefully at the exterior of the building you can see a book spine in the design. 

The North Kamloops Library is also home to the Mobile Library as well as our Accessibility Services department.

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