Discover two of the Library's online learning platforms: Mango and Gale Courses. Attend our program on October 5 at 2 p.m. in the Community Meeting Room at the Main Branch. Find out about how you can get started learning a new language or skill. BYOD (Bring Your Own Device).
Hosted by Blake Evernden (New Media)
Lethbridge Public Library Theatre Gallery
On home detention, a young woman is forced to spend time with her estranged mother…and a none-too-friendly ghost that seems to be haunting the family home. (Gerard Johnstone / New Zealand / 2014)
Winner of a Special Award for Best Horror Film and Best Comedy at the 2014 Toronto After Dark Film Festival.
“A marvelously entertaining combo of haunted-house thriller, murder mystery and domestic comedy.” - Richard Kuipers (Variety)
Did you come to The Word on the Street festival this year? Do you want to help us be even better? If you take a moment to fill out our online survey between now and Oct. 7th, you could win library swag, book prizes, or gift certificates to Moxie's or Park Place Mall!
Have you always wanted to learn how to speak conversational French?
Read On offers classes that will teach beginner level French conversation skills. If you already took the beginner level Conversational French course or you have a fair understanding of French, an Intermediate Course is also available! Both classes are wonderful for starting or continuing on your French language learning journey.
FRIDAY NIGHT FILMS
7:00 PM MAIN BRANCH FREE ADMISSION
October 9 Samba (French)
The film premiered at TIFF 2014. Samba, arn illegal immigrant from
Senegal lives and works in Paris as a dishwasher supporting his family
back home. While checking his residency status he is apprehended
and sent to a detention center where he meets Alice a recovering
burn-out charity worker.
Friday, October 23rd
The Crossings Branch
Fireplace at 10:30 a.m.
Join us for a lively discussion about the book, "Me Talk Pretty One Day" by David Sedaris.
Bring Your Own Baby Book Club (BYOB Book Club) is a baby-friendly book club for parents and caregivers with young children and babies. Once a month we will meet at the Crossings Branch in front of the fireplace to discuss a book while the babies eat, sleep or play. Come and meet parents & caregivers in your community who are into good books and good company!
Celebrate National Library Month with the Friends of Lethbridge Public Library!
Get a FREE Library card when you buy an annual membership to the Galt Museum and Archives, SAAG or Casa. It’s an imaginative way for residents to create community connections; enjoy the rich cultural life in our city and save cash on membership fees.
Our thanks to the Friends of Lethbridge Public Library for spearheading this initiative.
We are very excited to announce our plans to update your Lethbridge Public Library's Main Branch. Over the next two years we will be improving the facility to better serve the needs of our community, enhancing layout and design to allow the community of Lethbridge to better enjoy the services the Library provides.