The Prince George Public Library offers a variety of educational reading, audio, and online collections and resources. Take an online Gale course, read an online eBook, browse the latest magazine or newspaper, attend a local attraction with a Discovery Pass, or listen to an audio book. In the summertime, at the Bob Harkins branch, enjoy a book within The Knowledge Garden, a reading garden with a seating area and performance space, located in between the library and the Prince George Conference and Civic Centre.
Learn from one of their knowledgeable tutors, play one of the entertainment game systems, or browse the Internet on the free WiFi. The Public Library also has many free or affordable programs, clubs, and events for a wide variety of groups or age groups. Designated groups, such as adults, students, children, and teens, have special sitting areas and collections.
The Prince George Public Library has two locations: the Bob Harkins branch, downtown at 888 Canada Games Way, and the Nechako branch, within the Hart Highlands neighbourhood at 6547 Hart Highway.
Prince George Public Library website for more information.
upcoming programs and events at Prince George Public Library.