On Sept 30, book’mark will be closed to mark the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Friends encourages everyone to visit the VPL website to learn more about the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 94 calls to action and the impact of residential schools.
The Vancouver Writers Fest is back in full force this October, bringing a slew of Friend member’s favourites to its stages, both in-person and online.
Are you ready, set, go…for back to school? Get everything you need to make this school year a success at book’mark, the library store!
Get ready for the holidays with book’mark’s exclusive seasonal sale.
Friends of the VPL Anti-Racism Statement and Commitment The past few months have reactivated and renewed our collective need and urgency to address racism and violence towards BIPOC communities. While many of us are only starting to become aware of what has been a lived reality for BIPOC folks, their experiences extend as far back […]
As fall sets in, this is a good time to reflect on any personal anti-racism education you committed to during the spring to support the Black Lives Matter movement. Whether you’ve kept up or fallen short of your goals, consider learning more. The Friends of the Vancouver Public Library Board has compiled the following resources to support […]