By Joan Richoz, Whistler Public Library
During Spring Break there will be many visitors to Whistler, many from the Lower Mainland. Did you know that if you live in the Lower Mainland, Sea-to-Sky corridor or the Sunshine Coast you can borrow books from the Whistler Public Library?
Public Library InterLINK is a partnership of 17 public libraries in southwestern British Columbia. This partnership means that library service is not limited to where you live. You have free access to library service when and where you need it. Wherever you are shopping, working, studying or visiting you can use an InterLINK member library free.
In order to join an InterLINK library you must live in a community served by InterLINK or have a valid library card at any InterLINK library. You may borrow materials from and return to any InterLINK member library before the date due. This means you have access to over 4 million books, information services and materials, newspapers and magazines, videos, cassettes, CDs, Internet access, public computers and more.
Whistler residents can join any of the following libraries free of charge and return borrowed materials to the Whistler Public Library:
Gibsons and District
North Vancouver City
North Vancouver District
Pemberton and District
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