Cheers 4 Lethbridge is a new initiative designed to encourage everyone to work together to make Lethbridge an amazing city for all of us to enjoy.
“We’re asking everyone to do 4 things that will make a positive difference, big or small, and then spread the word about the great things they have done,” says Terra Plato, CEO of the Lethbridge Public Library. “Volunteer, pick up litter or participate in a project, there are so many simple ways that people can make a positive difference in their community.”
October 26 An Enduring Power of Attorney * A Personal Directive * A Will: A Legal Toolkit
Planning for disability or death is never pleasant.
However, it is an important part of identifying what you want done when something like this happens.
* Who will handle our financial affairs and how if you become mentally incompetent
* If you become mentally incompetent who will handle your medical and personal life decisions
* How you want your estate to be dealt with at your death
October 28 45 Years (14A) It's one week until Kate Mercer's 45th wedding anniversary. Plans are going well until a letter arrives for her husband. The body of his first love has been discovered, frozen and preserved in the icy glaciers of the Swiss Alps. After 45 years they are now reflecting on ther lives together. Charlotte Rampling and TomCourtney give standout performances.
Come together with your child to enjoy stories, rhymes, and songs. Spend time bonding and learning new ways to interact.
MONDAYS 10:00 - 11:00 am
Staff Meeting Room (Main Branch) *For babies 0-12 months and their caregiver.
THURSDAYS 1:30 - 2:30 pm
Friends Place (The Crossings) *For babies/toddlers 6-18 months and their caregiver. (The Crossings PCMG will be changing to FRIDAYS 1:30 - 2:30 pm for the next programming session in the 3rd week of November. This change will not effect the current 8 week session.)
Program runs for 8 weeks starting in September.
Please note: Choose your participation location based on your baby's age. Main Branch is offering PCMG for ages 0-12months on MONDAYS and The Crossings is offering PCMG for babies/toddlers 6-18 months on THURSDAYS.
This is a FREE and REGISTERED program. Registration is currently closed for both branches.
A new session of PCMG will be starting the week of November 21. Registration will open November 1.
Thank you for your interest!
Thursday, November 3 at 7:00 p.m.
Lethbridge Public Library, Theatre Gallery (Main Branch)
Clearing the Plains and Clearing the Air: Canadian History in the Age of Reconciliation Presented by James Daschuk
Join us for a timely discussion about Canada's early history,its effects on First Nations of Western Canada and the important issue of reconciliation.
James Daschuk has a Ph.D. in Canadian History from the University of Manitoba. He is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Kinesiology and Health Studies at the University of Regina. His book, Clearing the Plains, has sold more than 20,000 copies and has won numerous awards. In November 2014, James was awarded the Governor General's Medal for Scholarly Research in Canadian History.
This series is in partnership with the University of Lethbridge, the Lethbridge Historical Society and the Lethbridge Public Library.
Is your child in grade 4-6 and interested in technology?
Sign them up for our BRAND NEW program, Mini Tech-Heads, this November!
We will have fun playing no-tech coding games, discuss modern technology, learn how circuits work, explore pseudo-coding using the acclaimed Sphero Sprk+, and build our very own working circuit city! Program will take place on two dates:
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.