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. 

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 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. 

Between the Covers

Date: October 18, 2021 at 7pm
Venue: Online via Zoom

There is just something about reading a love story that begins with the protagonist claiming the relationship is only for show. We all know how that usually ends. Come on down and chat about your favourite Fake Relationship romance novel.

Register Here

Word on the Street Fall Reading Series: Kevin Van Tighem

Date: October 21, 2021 at 7:00pm
Venue: Online via Zoom

Join the library as we host the third author in our Word on the Street Fall Reading Series, Kevin Van Tighem. Kevin will be discussing his latest book: Wild Roses Are Worth It: Reimagining the Alberta Advantage, in an author talk followed by an audience question and answer period.


This selection of works by naturalist, hunter, conservation activist, and outdoors journalist Kevin Van Tighem will both inspire and provoke, because it offers an unflinching challenge to cherished myths and conventional wisdom in a troubled province beset with profound questions about its future. Even at their most provocative, however, these writings remind us of what is best about the Alberta spirit, and offer the possibility of a more sustaining relationship with our place and with one another.

The rich imagery in these writings is drawn from the author’s intimate relationship with the streams, forests, grasslands, and mountains of the Canadian West. There may be no sacred cows in Van Tighem’s prose, but even the most unblinkingly critical of his writings resonate with a love of place and an abiding respect for the people whose lives he shares. He reminds us that Alberta’s stories were always meant to be about much more than oil. At a time when social, economic, and environmental changes confront and confound what is still one of Canada’s greatest provinces, we need better ways of remembering our past, knowing our present, and imagining our future. That’s what this inspiring body of work offers — just in time for tomorrow.

Kevin Van Tighem, a former superintendent of Banff National Park, has written more than 200 articles, stories, and essays on conservation and wildlife which have garnered him many awards, including Western Magazine Awards, Outdoor Writers of Canada book and magazine awards, and the Journey Award for Fiction. He is the author of Bears Without Fear, The Homeward Wolf, Heart Waters: Sources of the Bow River, Our Place: Changing the Nature of Alberta, and Wild Roses Are Worth It: Reimagining the Alberta Advantage. He lives with his wife, Gail, in Canmore, Alberta.

Chatting with Canada Revenue Agency: Disability Tax Credit

Date: October 27, 2021 at 2:00pm
Venue: Online via WebEx

Join us as we discuss the Disability Tax Credit with an Outreach Officer from Canada Revenue Agency. Discover who is eligible; how to apply, claiming the deduction, and how the credit can be a gateway to other government programs.


Do you need a tutor?

Read On offers one on one tutoring to people who want to get better at reading, writing, math or computers.

If you:
  - Live in Lethbridge
  - Have skills below a grade 10 level in reading, writing, math or computers
  - Want to get better at any skill

Read On is more than HAPPY to help!

Questions? Email us at

Want to sign up for a tutor?  Please click here.  All new students will need to take an assessment so we will call you.

If you prefer, you can register in person, or by phone at 403.320.4701

Flights of Fantasy Writing Club

Calling all science fiction and fantasy authors! Come join our brand new Flights of Fantasy Writing club. Whether you're looking to be published, just writing for yourself, or are wanting to improve your fanfic skills, this is a perfect club for adult writers who are interested in speculative fiction.

We meet over Zoom on the second Thursday of every month. To attend, please register HERE.

The registration link is recurring for all sessions of Flights of Fantasy.

Upcoming meeting dates are:
October 14
November 4 (1 week early)
December 9

The Book Dragons

Are you an adult who loves YA books? Then join The Book Dragons (formerly The TimeTurners Book Club) where adults meet each month to discuss a teen book.

  • October 28, 6:00 pm - Elatsoe by Darcie Little Badger
  • November 15, 6:00 pm - Firekeeper's Daughter

If you have any questions, please call us at 403-320-4037.

Want to read ahead? Check out all of our upcoming book club picks HERE.

To attend this program, please register HEREThis program will be held over Zoom. The Zoom link will be recurring for all meetings.

Tween Scene Club - Online via Zoom

Come join our fun online Tween club for kids in Grades 4–6. We will work on awesome crafts and activities together via Zoom. A new bag of supplies will need to be picked up from the library every week before each program.

Friday afternoon - Nov. 19, 26, Dec. 3, 10 
2:30 PM – 4 PM 

Registration will open Monday, November 8.
Please register at or call 403-320-4037.

Events Calendar

Week of October 11 2021

Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
All day
10:00 am
11:00 am
12:00 pm
6:00 pm

Calendar Legend

Main Branch
The Crossings Branch