Skip to content
  • Mon
  • Tue
  • Wed
  • Thu 10 am 8 pm
  • Fri
  • Sat
  • Sun 10 am 5 pm

At the Library for March 12th, 2019

At the Library for March 12th, 2019

Last Updated 2019/03/11

New this week on DVD is the Oscar-winning ‘A Star is Born,’ –the fourth time this story has been filmed (1976, 1954, and 1937). Animals and humans collide in the

At the Library for March 5th, 2019

Last Updated 2019/03/05

Markus Torgeby could break running records in training, yet always lost during competitions. To figure out why, he spent four years living in the Swedish woods; living in a tent

At the Library for February 26th, 2019

Last Updated 2019/02/25

The outrageous behaviour of Winston’s Churchill’s American mother is explored in Stephanie Barron’s ‘That Churchill Woman.’ A sixteen-year-old girl pours all of her anger into her first attempt at a

At the Library for February 19th, 2019

Last Updated 2019/02/19

‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor?’ is the award winning documentary about Fred Rogers, who was surprisingly exactly the same in real life as he was on Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood. Chris

At the Library for February 12, 2019

Last Updated 2019/02/11

Irish trouble continues to haunt the Library with two brand new works by Brenda Gillen. Both ‘Zen and the art of Stealing Dynamite’ and ‘Hooligan Horses of the Cassiars’ feature

At the Library for February 5, 2019

Last Updated 2019/02/04

Bob McKenzie looks at hockey pros, fans and those who play in their backyard in his latest book ‘Everyday Hockey Heroes.’ Melissa Gish examines all types of mammals, fish, and

At the Library for January 29th, 2019

Last Updated 2019/01/28

Family secrets are exposed when an elderly woman begins to remember her past in Sofia Lundberg’s ‘The Red Address Book.’ Jennifer Calvert’s ‘Teen Trailblazers’ looks at the lives and accomplishments

At the Library for January 22, 2019

Last Updated 2019/01/21

Column: At the Library for January 22, 2018 From: Cranbrook Public Library By: Mike Selby ‘Operation Columba’ is the untold story of how British intelligence used homing pigeons to communicate

At the Library for January 8th, 2019

Last Updated 2019/01/07

    Murphy Schewchuck’s ‘Kootenay Tips and Trails’ is a brilliantly illustrated guide to our backyard; more notably “a land that can keep you enthralled for years.”   In ‘Junk

At the Library for December 25th, 2018

Last Updated 2018/12/24

    The Library wishes everyone a safe and happy holiday season. We are closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, and New Year’s Day. We are open 9 am to 3