Teen cards are now free!

The library's YA memberships are now free for anyone in Lethbridge between the ages of 13-17!

Just bring a piece of ID (or your grown-up) to the library to sign up for your very own free card - or to renew your library membership for free.

(did we mention it's free??)

Board Award Nominations Now Open

Recognize someone's outstanding Library service by nominating them for an award today...

The Lethbridge Public Library Board of Directors believes in recognizing and celebrating the contributions that individuals and organizations make towards the Library. These efforts enhance our services, and help us to work to ensure that the Library is a welcoming, inclusive space that connects and strengthens our community.

Nomination deadline is Monday, February 5.

Parking Lot

Beginning on November 20, a portion of the Main Branch parking lot will be used for construction vehicles. Sorry for the inonvenience.  

Friday Night Films showtime: 7:00 pm Theatre Gallery Main Branch

Friday Night Films      Main Branch     Theatre Gallery      7:00 p.m.   

November 17     Land Of Mine   (Danish/German)

Inspired by real events this story takes place in 1945 post-war Denmark.  Two thousand young German POWs are forced to disarm thousand of land mines under the watchful eye of an unforgiving Sgt Rasmussen.

Late Opening

Due to a Library staff meeting, the Library will be opening at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, November 21.  

Alberta's 2017 Nutrition Report Card

Alberta’s Nutrition Report Card is designed to provide a snapshot of whether Alberta is making the healthy choice the easy choice for children and youth.

Join Healthy Lethbridge as Dr. Kim Raine, lead researcher on Alberta’s Nutrition Report Card, presents her findings and recommendations on how we support healthy food environments, and how Lethbridge can do better than a C grade!

November 23, 1:30pm
Theatre Gallery, Main Branch

Alex Johnston Lecture Series: Claire Campbell

Thurs, November 23 at 7:00 p.m.
Theatre Gallery (Main Branch)
Free Admission

The Vast Green Ocean of Canada: Frontier in the National Imagination and the "National Interest"
Presented By: Professor Claire Campbell
Although we often define energy politics as a form of provincial nationalism – whether maîtres chez nous or letting the eastern bastards freeze in the dark – this talk explores a fundamentally Canadian theme at work: the resource frontier. Although the landscapes are different from east to west, they reveal our profound investment in extraction, on the one hand, and alibis – stories of environmental affinity – on the other. And they reveal our desire to ‘sustain’ nineteenth-century principles of nationhood into the twenty-first century.

This series is in partnership with the University of Lethbridge, the Lethbridge Historical Society and the Lethbridge Public Library.

Street Team Planning Meeting

If you're a member of our Street Team (or would like to be) head to the Crossings Branch on November 24th (1pm) for a planning meeting!  We'll be brainstorming ideas for spring teen programs, so bring your brains.  (we'll supply the brain food)

Planes, Trains & Automobiles

We're in transportation mode for our November movies at the Crossings!

All movies start at 7pm in the Friends Place and are free to attend!

Library Events Calendar

Week of November 13 2017

Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
All day
9:00 am
10:00 am
11:00 am
1:00 pm
2:00 pm
4:00 pm
5:00 pm
6:00 pm
7:00 pm
8:00 pm

Calendar Legend

Main Branch
The Crossings Branch