Services & Programs

DAISY Book Reader

Last Updated August 19, 2020

The reader is available for loan, and is used to play the DAISY digital audio books

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DAISY (Digital Accessible Information System) is a technical standard for digital audio books, periodicals and computerized text. DAISY is designed to be a complete audio substitute for print material and is specifically designed for use by people with “print disabilities,” including blindness, impaired vision, and dyslexia. The format has advanced features in addition to those of a traditional audio book. Users can search, place bookmarks, precisely navigate line by line, and regulate the speaking speed without distortion.

Adult Programs & Services

Last Updated December 10, 2021

Adult Book Club

For adult men and women! On the third Thursday of every month from 12:00 – 1:30 pm. 

Come and enjoy discussing each months book in an adult book club setting.

Will have to show proof of vaccination. Please e-mail to sign up


Armchair Travels 

Stay tuned for out next travel date!

Haven’t had the opportunity to visit that place you’ve always dreamed of seeing?  Why not travel vicariously here at the Library, as local adventurers share their experiences—via travel photos and dialogue.

Drop in at the Library for some very interesting presentations by local travelers.  Open to the public of all ages.

Community Adult Literacy Program

The Canadian Adult Literacy Program (CALP) is a government sponsored program with volunteer tutors trained to help adult learners accomplish their literacy goals.

Click here to learn more.


laptop2Computer Tutoring

Personalized individual tutoring is available, on your laptop or ours.

Contact Kaimi at the Library to make an appointment.  Phone 250-567-4060 or email

Want to practice your typing or test your speed? Use the tools provided by Sense-lang.

Use the self-assessment tools provided by NorthStar to test your digital literacy skills, and help decide what assistance you need.

Free Online Courses

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Sign up for free courses, with your Vanderhoof Library memberships. Thousands of courses on different topics



Scribblers Society

Every third Thursday of each month at 6:30 PM via ZOOM

A self-led group created to unite writers, authors, aspiring authors, and those who journal to nourish the soul. A place of support, collaboration, questions, and discussions of all things writing related. Everyone is welcome!

If interested please contact Jennifer at







North Central Library Federation

Last Updated February 17, 2016

Vanderhoof Public Library is a member of a federation of libraries called the North Central Library Federation.

The North Central Library Federation is a partnership of local libraries which fosters and promotes the provision of quality library services to residents through open access to member libraries and the development and implementation of collaborative cost effective service efficiencies and enhancements.

If the books you are looking for are not in our Collection, they may be available from another Library in our Federation or from other libraries in BC.  On the Search Catalogue page, change the Library drop-down to search through BC Interlibrary Connect (at the very top of the library list).  Put a hold on the book and it will be transferred for pick up at Vanderhoof.

Member Libraries in the Federation:

Burns Lake Public Library
Cariboo Regional District Library
Fort St. James Public Library
Fraser Lake Public Library
Granisle Public Library
McBride & District Public Library
Mackenzie Public Library
Prince George Public Library
Valemount Public Library
Vanderhoof Public Library

Computer Tutoring

Last Updated March 27, 2020

laptop2Personalized individual tutoring is available, on your laptop or ours.

Assistance with your devices and apps.

Drop in, or contact the Library to make an appointment.  Phone 250-567-4060.


Want to practice your typing or test your speed? Use the tools provided by Sense-lang.

Use the self-assessment tools provided by NorthStar to test your digital literacy skills, and help decide what assistance you need.



BC OneCard

Last Updated August 14, 2020

BC OneCard Policies:

BC OneCard patrons may borrow up to 5 items at one time including books, magazines, audiovisual items, audio/music tapes and CD’s.

General BC OneCard Information:

A library card from your home public library opens the door to public libraries wherever you travel – or stay – in British Columbia. Don’t leave home without it.

 Q. WHO is entitled to BC OneCard service?

A. Any BC resident who can show a valid public library card.

Q. HOW do I get BC OneCard?

A. Take your home public library card and current ID into any participating public library in BC other than your home library and ask for a BC OneCard decal.

Q. WHAT if I don’t have my home library card with me?

A. You need it to sign up for a BC OneCard, so don’t leave home without it.

Q. WHERE can I use it?

A. Use your BC OneCard at any public library in the province. At each library you will also need to provide current ID with proof of your contact information.

Q. WHAT does the BC OneCard service include?

A. It allows you to check out materials and use services determined by each individual public library. Check with each library for a list of what it provides. Check your library's website to see what you can use at your library.

Q. WHAT if I need services and materials that a specific public library does not allow me to use?

A. If you want more than the library offers BC OneCard customers, you may obtain full service by paying a non resident fee (at a rate set by each library).

Q. WHERE do I return materials that I’ve borrowed?

A. Return them to the library you borrowed them from, or to any participating BC OneCard library in the province – including your own library when you get home.

Q. WHEN do I have to return the materials?

A. The library you borrow the materials from will let you know when they are due back.

Q. WHERE do I pay fines owing on books I borrow?

A. Fines and charges on materials are payable to the library you borrowed them from. Libraries are unable to take payment or charges that accumulate on items borrowed from other libraries.



Special Collections

Last Updated July 15, 2013

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Computers, Printing, Photocopying, Wi-Fi, & Scanning

Last Updated August 14, 2020

Computers for Use by the Public

Four computers are available for public use at no charge, where you can search the Internet, and type and print documents.

Use of the “self-serve” public computers is on a first come, first served basis, with a time limit of one hour per day, per patron.

Access to the internet is subject to the Library’s  Internet Usage Policy [PDF].  Parents and children are encouraged to read  My Rules for Online Safety [PDF].


Cost is 25¢ per page (black & white). Pick up your printing at the circulation desk. No debit machine is available.

Wireless Internet

Free WiFi access is available at the library.  Network access: Library WiFi Guest.  No password required.


The Library has a self-serve photocopier available at the rate of 25¢ per copy. Pay at the circulation desk.


There is no fax available at the library; however, there is a scan to e-mail feature on the photocopier. This service is free.