Updates:

  • The library has moved to phase 3 reopening. Please see our hours for more information.
  • Masks are now mandatory, as per the provincial health order. If you forgot yours, please ask at the service desk! 

Adult Programs

Due to the COVID19 Pandemic, we are unable to host in person programming. We have a number of online programs available now!

Reel Film Fans

We will be hosting a movie discussion group online. To participate in this program you must watch the film before the discussion. Registration is required. 

First Thursday of the month at 2:00 pm, or 7:00 pm. 

Watch the movie for FREE with your PPL card and Kanopy: pentictonlibrary.ca/kanopy

If you are interested in joining the film discussion group, please email Stephanie at: stephaniejames@summer.com. 

 

Adult Book Clubs

We will be hosting our book clubs online for now. Registration is required. The bookclub will run from October to June (with no meeting in December). There will be two bookclubs available:

Third Wednesday of the month at 2:00 pm (FULL, email to be added to the waitlist)

Third Thursday of the month at 7:00 pm (FULL, email to be added to the waitlist)

The two clubs will be reading the same books, so patrons may only sign-up for one group. If you are interested in getting on the waitlist for one of the bookclubs, please email Stephanie at: stephaniejames@summer.com

FAQ's for the Book Club

What sort of books are read?

The books vary widely in topic. There are fiction and non-fiction titles, and every year (except for this year) the members of the current book club get to vote on what they would like to read the following year.

Is the Book Club online or in person?

For the time being, it is being hosted via Zoom, as we do not have a space that would allow us to properly social distance, and hold the book club in the library.

How do I get the link for the online meeting?

A link for the meeting will be sent to everyone who is signed up for the club, a few days before the meeting. 

Are the books available as e-books through the library?

Some of the titles are available online, some are not.

Why is there a limit to the number of people in the club if it's online?

Because we can only guarantee books to a certain number of people, and we cannot share them as easily (because quarantine must be observed), we have to limit the participants. 

Are you going to be opening up another club?

Due to time considerations and budget cuts, we are not able to host another club at this time.

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