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Throughout 2019 the Lethbridge Public Library is excited to offer Library memberships at no fee. 

Pick up yours today, and start exploring your Lethbridge Public Library! 


Indie-Lethbridge 2019

One hundred years, one hundred stories. As part of the library's centennial celebration next year, we are currently seeking submissions for Indie-Lethbridge 2019. This second year collection will be composed of stories written by Southern Alberta authors, or set in the same area. 

We are pleased to announce the library will now be accepting children's materials and music albums as part of this collection. Anyone interested in making a submission can fill out the form below and either email the form to indie@lethlib.ca or return it to any library service counter.


Library closed

The Lethbridge Public Library will be closed on Monday, February 18 (Family Day). 


Dungeons & Dragons - register now!

Want to learn how to play D&D?

Register for our newest program
, and we'll match you with a DM who will help you make a character, and teach you all the basics of the game.  The program runs once a month, either on a Wednesday evening or a Friday afternoon, from now until June.  Players must be able to attend all 5 sessions, and the program is open to anyone in grades 7-12.

Wednesdays, 7pm at the Crossings Branch
(February 27, March 27, April 24, May 29, June 26)
Fridays, 3pm at the Main Branch
(February 22, March 29, April 26, May 31, June 28)

Spots are limited, so fill out the registration form now!


Teen Reads

Love reading?  We've got a new book club for teen bookworms.

Meet us at the Crossings Branch once a month to talk about a book that fits with the monthly theme.

Anyone in grades 7-12 is welcome to attend!  We'll also have book prizes to give away, and tasty snacks to share.



Lives of the Artists

Explore artistic lives in this month's free Tuesday Night Movies.

All films start at 7pm at the Crossings Branch, and feature Closed Captioning.  Plus - free popcorn!


Carissa Halton: Lessons on Community from My Misunderstood Neighbourhood

Date: February 28, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.
Venue: Piitoyiss (Main Branch)

A young mother's extended love note to a city's storied and notorious neighbourhood.

Join the library as we host author Carrisa Halton, who will be delivering a talk entitled: "Lessons on Community from My Misunderstood Neighbourhood," which draws from her new book.

Carissa Halton's debut book, Little Yellow House: Finding Community in a Changing Neighbourhood tells the stories of community life in a notorious Edmonton neighbourhood. It is a book of stories that explore issues of neighbourhood and community in the face of crime, fear, and slow revitilization. Threaded through this collection of essays are questions about the social and economic forces that shape and reshape our cities.

The presentation will include both an author reading and an audience question period. Copies of Little Yellow House will be available for sale.


School Skillz

 Is your child in Grades 3-6 and struggling to keep up with school work? This program offered through the Frontier College will help your child to learn positive study skills through games and other activities. They will be able to work on their homework too.  Register HERE starting Dec 3. No program will be run on Feb 19 or April 23.


Friday Night Films

Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again  (2018, 114 min. PG)

Date: February 22 at 7:00 p.m.
Venue: Theatre Gallery (Main Branch)

Join us for Singalong Night! Amanda Seyfried and Pierce Brosnan star in this follow-up film to the original Mamma Mia. Forget our crazy world and singalong to ABBA as Sophie prepares for the grand re-opening of the Hotel Bella Donna.

View Trailer Here


Library Events Calendar

Week of February 11 2019

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The Crossings Branch