Construction activity outside the City Centre branch on Pinetree Way is ongoing. There will be continual lane and sidewalk closures during construction. Please observe all signage and plan alternate routes when possible.
New York Times Online
Online access to the New York Times
anywhere you have an Internet connection. Click this link
. Sign in with your library card. Then click on 'New York Times'. Register and log in. You will need to re-log in after 72 hours. For access in library, including smart phones and tablets, go to www.nytimes.com/register
to register and log in.
Become a Library Board Trustee
Love your local library? Want to contribute to your community? Click here
to find out how!
Coquitlam: Then and Now Online Coquitlam: Then and Now
is now online
! Published in 2011 by Coquitlam Public Library in partnership with the New Horizons for Seniors Program
, Coquitlam: Then and Now
contains a century's worth of images and stories.
Click on the book cover icon to take a journey through our community's history.
Coquitlam Trivia Contest
To celebrate Coquitlam's 125th birthday we are having a trivia contest! Click here for the current question and/or answer, as well as contest rules and details.
Coquitlam's 125th Birthday: Historical Photo of the Month
Every month throughout 2016, we will feature an image from Coquitlam's past. Click on the image on the left to see the photo for the month of October. Happy 125th!
Innovation Hub at City Centre
Come to the City Centre branch (1169 Pinetree Way) and use our 3D printers, scanners, and high powered creative software to bring your innovative ideas to life.
To make an appointment call 604-554-7330 or email email@example.com
. Children under 14 years old must be accompanied by an adult.
We have museum quality glass display cases at both branches for local artists and crafters to exhibit their works. For more information and an application form click here.
At City Centre branch: Through a close examination of toys we can begin to understand the morals, values and roles being passed onto children at any point in history. In the early days of Coquitlam children were taught about hard work and they had to create their own fun. Join us as we explore the toy collection of Coquitlam Heritage. From the handmade to plastic, these toys stimulate our imaginations, employ our skills and engage our creativity. www.coquitlamheritage.ca
At Poirier branch: A selection of beautiful and intricately worked pieces by member of the Coquitlam Needlearts Guild.
Centre for Equitable Library Access
If you have difficulty reading print, find out how you can get materials from CELA here.
For more information on CELA, please log on to their website at www.celalibrary.ca.
Are You New To BC?
Visit NewToBC.ca to learn more about the services and programs public libraries offer recent immigrants.
Newcomers Questions and Answers and Helpful Resources from NewToBC
Read more about Library Champions.
Phone 604-937-4248 to find out how to become a Library
Champion at Coquitlam Public Library.
The Tri-Cities Welcoming Project lists services in their Newcomers Directory. Find out about our cultural diversity or browse newsletters in their Community Profiles.