Providing information, readers' advisory, public computers and free wifi, study space, lending of books, DVDs, CDs, audiobooks, and magazines.
Established in 1954
1954 -The Burnaby Public Library was established by a municipal bylaw.
1956 - Burnaby Public Library opened in south Burnaby on September 24, with a collection of 13,139 volumes to serve 83,745 Burnaby... more
Story time for toddlers is great the lady reading the stories and songs is amazing and she loves what she does! I think everyone should bring their toddlers and come every week!!!
First off the surrounding landscape is just beautiful. This used to be my favorite spot to take out books and read on the lawn in the summer (yes I was that much of a geek). I found that their selections were much better than the Vancouver Public Library. I used to read vintage Rolling Stone magazines from the 70's here for fun. That is how I used t spend my Saturday's in high school....sitting... more
This is my favorite library to go to in lower mainland. The place is spacious, and they have long, long table, which I can place my belongings on top of it. If you like to read at a corner, there is always a spot to park. The staff is nice, and waiting time is not long.
The book selection is great. They had a pretty huge section for newspaper, magazines area. They include some overseas... more
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Burnaby Public Library's Home Library Service delivers library materials free of charge to Burnaby seniors who have difficulty using the library because of ill health, disability, frailty or lack of access to transportation Burnaby Public Library opens in south Burnaby on September 24, with a collection of 13,139 volumes to serve 83,745 Burnaby residents 2010 Burnaby Public Library Annual Report