Teck Centennial Public Library

TDSRC Information

"What is TDSRC?"

TDSRC stands for "TD Summer Reading Program." The TD Summer reading program is a reading program where kids are encouraged to pick up new books over the summer with fun activities, prizes, and an opportunity to track how many books they read over the summer!

"When will I know when to pick up my child's activity bags?"

Phone calls will be sent out to each participating family some time next week! You will be informed of when to pick up your activity bag, what to do to enter to win our prizes, and where to upload your photo of the completed activity!

"Where can I go for information on how to complete the activities?"

Instructions for each activity will be inside the bag you are given! But if you get stuck, or have questions that aren't answered on the instruction sheet, you can always send us a private message either via our Facebook profile (Teck Centennial Public Library) or our TDSRC designated Instagram account (@TDSRCKirklandLake)!

Book Face Competition

CC: The Book Face Competition is open to all TDSRC participants and lasts trough June 19th to August 13th. The deadline for submissions is August 13th, and the grand prize will be a Mini Instax instant camera.

For more information, visit www.tdsummerreadingclub.ca, or head on over to our Facebook page @ Teck Centennial Public Library


TCPL only accepts materials that can be resold or used in our collection. Donated items must meet the following criteria:

  • We only accept donations during library hours. Please do not leave donations outside or in the entrance. Bring them to the front desk and notify us.
  • Material must be in very good condition and preferably less than 5 years old.
  • Only English, French, or Cree books, CDs and DVDs are accepted. For books, popular fiction or non-fiction in hardcover, mass market and trade paperback are preferable.
  • Any other material, including old magazines, computer books older than 5 years, textbooks and encyclopedias, will not be accepted by staff.

Please note that we do not issue tax receipts for material donations.

  • Books
  • DVDs
  • CDs
  • Magazines

Please note that items should be in good condition and of current interest.

  • Moldy, yellowed or marked material
  • Audio cassettes
  • Video cassettes (Videotapes and VHS)
  • Textbooks
  • Encyclopedias

All donations become the property of the Teck Centennial Public Library. The library reserves the right to decide how the donations they receive are used. Material that is not used to enhance our collection will be sold for the benefit of the library.