Children enjoy the fresh ocean air and free books this summer at the Open-Air Library in Sidney, BC!

Thank you for joining the fifth-annual Open Air Library this summer! 

Open-Air Library is a free program sponsored by Saanich Peninsula Literacy in partnership with The Sidney Rotary,  Vancouver Raise-a-Reader, Decoda, The Town of Sidney, Peninsula “1000 X 5” Children’s Book Recycling Project, GVPL, Sidney / North Saanich Library, Peninsula Connections for Early Childhood, SD#63 and many others.

Everyone is welcome to visit us at Iroquois Park next to the putting green to select from a wide range of reading materials, relax with a good book on our cozy blankets, enjoy the fresh air and take home a book afterwards. Reading materials are available for all ages; there is no need to register, this is a FREE drop-in program.  Take ONE book home with you.

Spend your day at Iroquois Park where children can enjoy the splash pad, playground and nearby green space.  There is a tennis court and ball court as well as the Sidney Food Bank all nestled in nicely together to create a great community space for all to enjoy!

Dates:  2020 Dates TBD
Time:   10am – 12pm
Location:  Iroquois Park (2295 Ocean Ave) Sidney, BC.
*we will not run the program in poor weather

In addition to our regular Open Air Library, we often have some additional activities planned like the Booksmack event and StoryWalk.

To volunteer for this amazing program, please review the Volunteer Roles and Responsibilities and contact SPL OAL Volunteer Roles

Read the 2019 Article on page 37 in the July 2019 Seaside Magazine

Read the most recent article in the Peninsula News Review