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.

Community QSA

Looking for a safe space?  Want to support LGBTQA rights?

In partnership with The MAT and OUTreach, the library is now hosting a monthly Queer Straight Alliance meeting on the last Wednesday of every month.  The meetings are open to anyone ages 16-21.

We meet in the Community Meeting Room of the Main Branch at 7:00pm.

You can also connect with the group on Facebook.

Money Talks

October 25, 7 p.m. @ The Crossings Branch: "Managing Credit and Debt." Presentation by Servus Credit Union. 

Healing Sounds Series: “Classics Revisited”

Thurs, October 26 at 7:30 pm
Theatre Gallery (Main Branch) - Use Alternate Library Entrance

Healing Sounds Series: “Classics Revisited”
An hour of entertaining music by F. J. Haydn and W. A. Mozart.

Performed By:
Andrew Gierulski - piano
Maria Geppert - violin
George Fowler -  cello

Come and experience the magic of art!!

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

October 27     MAUDIE     PG
Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke give amazing peformances in this true story of Maud Lewis who overcame the physical challenge of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis to become one of Canada's premier folk artists. 

Gothic Horror

"The term Gothic fiction refers to a style of writing that is characterized by elements of fear, horror, death, and gloom, as well as romantic elements, such as nature, individuality, and very high emotion."  Get spooked this month with our free Tuesday Night Movies!

All films screen at 7pm at the Crossings Branch.

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

Chronic Disease Self-Management Workshops

Better Choices Better Health
Chronic Disease Self-Management Workshops

These free workshops, provided by Alberta Health Services, consist of six 2 1/2 hour sessions for people with chronic conditions who want to gain confidence and learn skills to better manage their health conditions. Support persons may also attend. Workshops run Thursdays Nov 2 - Dec 7 3:00 - 5:30 pm at The Crossings Branch library.

To register call 403-388-6654 or 1-866-506-6654.
Please note: A workshop may be cancelled if registration is too low. 

Read, Write, Repeat

Are you the next great novelist?

Come write with us this November and participate in NaNoWriMo to find out! Read, Write, Repeat will help hone your literary talents so you can become the next great novelist. Discuss books, plot devices, and publishing while connecting with local authors. Graphic novelists welcome as well!

Thursdays at 4:00pm, October 26 - December 14
at the Main Branch in the Staff Meeting Room

*This program is for teens in grades 9-12.*

Presented in partnership with CCH and the UofL.

Library Events Calendar

Week of October 16 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

Calendar Legend

Main Branch
The Crossings Branch