New Year, new cards, new adventure!
Fraser Valley Regional Library (FVRL) is celebrating 2023 with the launch of two new kids’ card designs and an all-ages Adventure Passport.
Kids ages 12 and under can now choose a library card design that best reflects their personality. FVRL has introduced adventure themed kids’ card designs that feature bats or a whale. Current kids’ cardholders are encouraged to visit the library and trade-in their old card for a free new one. Beyond the fun new designs, the cards feature a bonus snap-off key-tag card that can be attached to a backpack or put on a caregiver’s key ring for easy access.
Not young enough for a kid’s card? Don’t worry, the library has something to keep everyone, young or young at heart, busy this year – pick up your Adventure Passport at any of FVRL’s 25 locations and start exploring everything the library has to offer. The passport features challenges, such as attend a library program, or borrow an eBook. Visit the library in-person and stamp your passport as each activity is completed. Finish the entire passport to win an instant prize and entry into the grand prize draws. Any FVRL cardholder can participate all year long.
“The library has long been known as a place that opens minds and enables dreams. This year our focus is to inspire new and current customers, of all ages, to see the adventure, opportunity, and excitement that having an FVRL card brings – all for free – there are no late fines,” says Heather Scoular, Director of Customer Experience at FVRL. “Visit us to discover, or rediscover, the joy of library membership!”
Visit the Ladner Pioneer Library, Tsawwassen Library or George Mackie Library in North Delta to get started.