After months of anticipation, the West Kelowna Library is now officially open, offering a vibrant new space for the community to explore, learn and connect.

The new facility features an expanded collection of books and multimedia resources, modernized study areas, and community meeting rooms, ensuring there is something for everyone. Whether patrons are looking for a quiet place to study, a diverse selection of reading materials, or a venue for local events, the West Kelowna Library promises to meet their needs.

“We are thrilled to invite the community to the new West Kelowna Library,” said Danielle Hubbard, CEO, Okanagan Regional Library. “After much anticipation, our doors are open and ready to welcome patrons. Explore our extensive collection, attend community events, and enjoy the vibrant new space. Thank you for your support in making this possible. We look forward to seeing you soon.”

Danielle Hubbard, CEO, and Christine McPhee, Public Services Director, Okanagan Regional Library

Patrons will also be pleased to know that all holds designated for the West Kelowna Library have been successfully transferred from the Learning Lab to the new facility. Items are now available for pickup at the new location.

The library invites everyone to visit and take part in the upcoming events and programs designed for all ages. The support and patience of the Okanagan Regional Library community have been invaluable throughout this journey, and the staff is eager to share the new library with its patrons.

The new local for the West Kelowna Library is 3731 Old Okanagan Highway, West Kelowna, BC.

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