Your library card will get you a discount at the PNE Fair this week

For once, North Shore libraries are encouraging patrons to scream and shout – as long as it’s at the fair.  

Adult PNE Fair-goers will be eligible for $6 gate admission on Wednesday, Aug. 21 if they present their library card, following a partnership between the annual PNE Fair and Public Library InterLINK member libraries – which include North Vancouver City Library, North Vancouver District Public Library, and West Vancouver Memorial Library.

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The Public Library Day at the PNE Fair, where B.C. library cardholders receive a discount at the annual fair, amounts to $9 in savings, according to a joint press release issued by North Shore libraries.

“InterLINK, along with its member libraries, is thrilled to participate in the third Library Day at the PNE Fair. Like the PNE Fair, our public libraries are a family favourite, and an integral part of British Columbians’ summers,” stated Public Library InterLINK executive director Michael Burris, in the release.

Fair-goers without a library card are encouraged to stop by the local library to pick one up. Click the following links to get your library card from your local North Shore branch:

North Vancouver City Library, North Vancouver District Public Library, or West Vancouver Memorial Library.  

The PNE Fair is on now until Sept. 2




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