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Library Hours

  • Monday 10am - 5pm
  • Tuesday to Thursday 10am - 8pm
  • Friday 10am - 5pm
  • Saturday 10am - 4pm
  • The Library is closed on Sundays
    and statutory holidays
  • 1505 Bay Ave
  • Trail, BC V1R 4B2
  • Phone: (250) 364-1731
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Zinio and OneClickdigital at TDPL Now

Zinio and OneClickdigital at TDPL Now

We now have two new eProducts available for use with your library card. Zinio is a digital newsstand providing access to complete, full color, interactive magazines through your smart phone, computer or tablet. Read your favorite titles including Vanity Fair, Glamour, Self, O, The Oprah Magazine, Redbook, and many more. OneClickdigital offers a collection of thousands of downloadable eAudiobooks sure to please people who love to read or take road trips!




OneClickdigital allows you to check out eAudio and eBooks. You have free access to bestsellers, Recorded Books exclusives, classics, and selections for children and young adults at home, in the library, or on the go. OneClickdigital is compatible with all popular listening devices, and mobile apps are available for the iPhone, Android, and Kindle Fire. OneClickdigital features an easy-to-use interface with fast downloads. For details on how to access OneClickdigital, make a Gadget Instruction appointment
with our library staff.


Blue Collar B&B: Adventures in Hospitality by Bobby Hutchinson

Blue Collar B&B: Adventures in Hospitality by Bobby Hutchinson

Tuesday, October 14 at 7 p.m. at the Trail Senior’s Centre (Selkirk College – Portland St. entrance)

Find out what happens when a marathon-running, romance-writing, feisty entrepreneur opens a B&B in Vancouver—and lives to tell the tale. One Book, One Kootenay author Bobby Hutchinson brings adventures from her light-hearted, quirky Blue Collar B&B: Adventures in Hospitality to a special OBOK reading in Trail.

From her childhood in a coal mining town in the B.C. interior, Hutchinson’s world was all about storytelling thanks to her parents. Not content to only read stories (she says that learning to read was the most significant event of her life), she set out to create her own. She has been a traffic controller, daycare provider, seamstress, clothing designer, and marathon runner.


The Advocacy Centre

The Advocacy Centre

The Advocacy Centre will be visiting Trail FAIR two times a month on the following Mondays from
October to December:

October 6, 20
November 3, 17
December 1, 15

If you have any issues and would like to meet with the Advocate, call The Advocacy Centre's toll free number 1-877-352-5777 to make an appointment.


A Rainbow Frames the Hives at Rainbow Recovery Farm

A Rainbow Frames the Hives at
Rainbow Recovery Farm

Margaret and Richard Malcolm from Rainbow Recovery Farm shared their love of farming and the importance of eating food produced locally at Makerspace Tool Time this week. Margaret introduced Fireweed, the new kid on her farm to a group of delighted children. She says Fireweed is like a dog, but even better. Richard enthralled us all with an introduction to the complexities of bees. And everyone was given a gift of the most delicious, light honey to take home.

For more information, call 250-368-5376. You can and should visit Rainbow Recovery Farm, 4150 Casino Road in Trail. For sale are all natural foods and manure.