Open to all adults and mature teens interested in reading and coming together for interesting conversation. The first Tuesday of each month at 6:30 pm. Pre-read the selected book and then attend the meeting for discussion. If you are interested in joining please contact the library programmer either by calling, popping in, or emailing email@example.com
Youth Night - games night
Youth Night Games Night Thursday, November 8 6:30-8:00pm Ages 11-15 Swing by the library for fun & games! Bears vs. Babies, Scrabble, Love Letters, Checkers, and more. Join in on one of your favourite games and discover new ones. Drop-in. No registration needed.
Parent & Child Book Club
Parent & Child Book Club Thursday, October 25 6:00-7:30 pm Ages 8-12 with an adult Are you and your child avid readers? Read the same book and join us for a discussion, activities, and snacks. BOOK: Escape From Mr. Lemoncello’s Library by Chris Grabenstein Have the library order your book early to ensure you’ll have lots of time to read it. Please register as space is limited.
Kid's Vision Board Workshop
Kid's Vision Board Workshop Charlotta with Action Potential is hosting another kids workshop at the library. This a great no school Friday activity, just before Thanksgiving. Through creating a vision board, and other activities, your child will work on developing gratitude and mindfulness for themselves and the people around them. Friday, October, 5 9:00 am-12:00 pm Ages 8-12. $20 per child, pre-register as space is limited. (supplies and snacks provided)
Parent & Child Paint Night
Join Saltwater Studio to create your own combined masterpiece. This is a great opportunity for almost any adult & child pairing, or even a grown-up kid and their parent. Thursday, October 4 Parent & Child Paint Night 6:00-7:30 pm — Ages 8+ $40 for TWO canvases. Please register as space is limited.
Friday, September 28 6:00-7:00 pm Ages 8+ Please bring your own guns, bullets are provided. Registration required, as space is limited. Waivers are required.
Author Visit - Darren M. Jorgenson
Meet and chat with Alberta author Darren M. Jorgenson. While he grew up outside of Edmonton Darren has traveled to, and lived in, many places around the globe. He has returned to Alberta to settle and work on his books. His most recent novel, Finding Max, is the first in a trilogy that follows the abduction of a 5-year-old boy and his life after he's found at 21-years-old. Join us to hear more about Darren and the first installment in this series. Visit his website findingmaxtrilogy...
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