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What does the future of Burnaby's libraries look like? Have your say

Tell the public library what its priorities should be over the next five years.
The Burnaby Public Library is preparing a new strategic plan for the next five years. Photo Burnaby Public Library.

The Burnaby Public Library is working on a new strategic plan, and you can help shape its focus.

The library is hosting three ways to share your thoughts.

You can meet BPL’s chief librarian Beth Davies, and even a library board trustee, at an outdoor session in park spaces around the city.

The library park sessions are on:

Sunday, June 4 at Edmonds Park (south side, near the splash park) between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

Sunday, June 11 at Cariboo Park (near the public washrooms and playground) from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

You can take an online survey until June 18; paper copies are also available at the four Burnaby libraries.

The library will also accept “Connection Cards” for you to share what connection means to you – they’ll be available at all locations during opening hours and will be on display till June 11.

For more information, see the library website. You can read the previous strategic plan here.

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