Gibsons library is here for you

Though our doors are closed, the Gibsons and District Public Library (GDPL) still strives to connect our community to the world of culture, knowledge and ideas.

Everything has changed so quickly for all of us, and our GDPL staff want to stay connected with you and provide you with the best resources and information we can.

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You can visit our website at to register for a library card online. Your card will give you FREE access to our e-books, audio-books and many different databases including Ancestry, Mango Languages, and RB Digital (for magazines and more).

We are in the midst of acquiring Kanopy, which will offer our patrons amazing juried films, educational resources and the Great Courses.

We are here to talk to you – give us a call at 604-389-2007. 

We are forging ahead with our library services and are pleased to welcome Sam Talbot to our team as our community outreach coordinator. You might know Sam as the former coordinator of the Gibsons Youth Centre or from the (now retired) Simplified Ferry Schedule.

With her background in program development, social justice and communication, she is well positioned to run outreach and programming in these highly unusual times. Make sure to follow her updates on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (@gibsonslibrary) to learn more about our latest pandemic-friendly initiatives. 

Together apart. Stay safe everyone.

– Submitted by Heather Evans-Cullen, Library Director

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