Lethbridge Municipal Election Mayoral Forum

Date: September 28, 2021
Venue: Online via Zoom

Lethbridge Public Library and Downtown BRZ will be hosting an all-candidates forum for the upcoming municipal election. Join us onTuesday September 28 at 6:00 pm to see the mayoral candidates , as they answer questions gathered from the citizens of Lethbridge. Submit your questions to indie@lethlib.ca.

**PLEASE NOTE: The previously schedule Meet and Greet for Council Candidates has been cancelled.**

To register to attend the Mayoral Forum visit: www.eventbrite.ca/e/163582976085





Software Upgrade

Lethbridge Public Library will be doing a software upgrade starting at 5 p.m. on September 26. As a result, some of our online services will not be available until the morning of September 27.


Library Closed

Lethbridge Public Library will be closed on Thursday, September 30 (National Day for Truth and Reconciliation).  


Library to Update Services

Following the provincial government's announcement Wednesday, September 15, Lethbridge Public Library will be:

- moving all in-person programs and events online to be hosted via livestream or Zoom
- cancelling all outdoor and in-person activities for this weekend's The Word On the Street. Children's storytime will be moved to livestream online. Visit https://thewordonthestreet.ca/lethbridge/ for full and up-to-date details on this weekend's online event.
- requiring all visitors to any branch location to wear a non-medical face mask when visiting the Library and practice physical distancing requirements. Medical face mask exemptions will be honoured with a doctor's note.

Please watch our website an social media for changes and regular updates.

Full details can be found in the PDF below. 


Live Streams & Zoom Programs

Our in-person programs may be on hold for the time being, but we still have plenty of programs to be a part of online! Click the PDF below for details on our weekly kids' programing schedule. 


Listen and Learn: Orange Shirt Day

Date: September 30, 2021 at 10:00am
Venue: Online via Zoom

September 30th markes the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. On this day join the Lethbridge Public Library to LEARN why we wear orange, and LISTEN to a story aimed at beginning the dialoge for families to discuss the legacies of the Residential School System. 

JOIN US HERE (Passcode: 720593)


Paper Doll Orange Shirt Day Craft Kits

For the month of September, Lethbridge Public Library has created a display of faceless dolls that are all wearing orange, as a reminder that every child matters.

We have created craft kits outlining this process for you to create your own faceless dolls at home. All of our kits have been claimed.

You can still create your own paper dolls at home, the template and instructions can be found HERE


Parent Child Mother Goose (Zoom)

Register Here

Over eight weeks, you and your baby will learn and stories, rhymes, and songs. There will also be time to connect with other parents and caregivers in your community. Learn more about this program here: http://nationalpcmgp.ca/ For infants aged 0-12 months and their caregivers.
Registration starts September 7 until we meet maximum capacity of 12 families.
Program runs 2:00 – 3:00 PM, Wednesdays Oct 6 – Nov 24


Word on the Street Fall Reading Series: Lyndon Penner

Date: October 7, 2021 at 7:00pm
Venue: Online via Zoom

Join Lethbridge Public Library as we host the first author in our Fall Reading Series, Lyndon Penner. Lyndon will be speaking about his latest book, The Way of the Gardener: Lost in the Weeds Along the Camino de Santiago. The Camino de Santiago has been a journey for pilgrims for more than 1,000 years, testing—to varying degrees—their spirit, faith, and physical endurance. Lyndon Penner’s attention lies elsewhere. A renowned gardener and lover of literature, he revels in the plants, trees, and flowers that tell the history of the people and ecology of northern Spain.

Brimming with wry observations—of nature, himself, and other pilgrims on the road—The Way of the Gardener reveals the beauty and the darkness of the human condition while underscoring the deeply fascinating nature of nature itself. This textured work makes for perfect armchair—or garden—reading.

The evening will consist of an author talk, author reading, and a question and answer period.

REGISTER HERE


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