Adult Summer Reading Club

The 2022 Adult Summer Reading Club runs from June 21 - September 21. The rules this year are simple:

  1. Read a book.
  2. Complete your ballot and rate the book for a chance to win a prize.

Prizes will be drawn every two weeks featuring local businesses. September 21 we will be drawing our grand prize!!


Biweekly Themes

  • June 21 – July 4: Mystery
  • July 5 – 18: Science Fiction
  • July 19 – August 1: Non-fiction
  • August 2 – 15: Romance
  • August 16 – 29: Fantasy
  • August 30 – September 12: Graphic Novel
  • September 13 – 21: General Fiction

Biweekly Prizes

Biweekly prizes for a $50 gift card to a local business will be drawn at the end of each theme.

Grand Prize

  • $200 Steel & Vines
  • Drawn on September 21

Between the Covers

Date: August 8, 2022 at 6:30pm
Venue: Piitoyiss (Main Branch)

Second Chances
This month we’ll be discussing is Second Chances. This romance trope has characters opening their hearts to new opportunities after experiencing crushing loss. This style of plotline focuses on the ‘will they, won’t they’ risk of getting another chance at love.

The Create Space

Do you love to imagine, experiment, and create? Then come to the Crossings Branch where you can make whatever you want with a variety of fun supplies!

Each week will have a different theme and different supplies set out.

This is a drop-in program for all ages.

It runs Monday afternoons from July 18- August 15; 1:00-4:00 PM. (There will be no program on Monday, August 1 due to Heritage Day)

Canadian Citizenship Exam Invigilation

Lethbridge Public Library is now offering, Canadian Citizenship Exam Invigilation
Our Main Branch is now offering Canadian Citizenship Exam Invigilation services:

Monday – Tuesday at 10 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. and Wednesday – Saturday at 10 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.

There is a fee of $15 per exam, and all exams times must be booked with the Library prior to your exam. For more information, or to book your exam, call (403) 320-4954 (Main Branch) or email

Fandom Fridays

Drop by the Main Branch on Friday afternoons at 3pm to celebrate the things you love! Play games, make art, vote for the best of the best, and meet friends who love the same things you do.

  • July 8 = Star Wars
  • July 15 = Anime
  • July 22 = Heartstopper
  • July 29 = Doctor Who
  • August 5 = Pixar
  • August 12 = Shadow & Bone
  • August 19 = Mario Kart

Anyone in grades 7-12 can join us!  Bonus: there will be snacks!

13+ Summer Reading Challenges

Read and win prizes with the Chinook Arch Regional Library System's summer challenges for teens!

  1. Pick up a Bingo Card or Bookopoly Board! 
  2. Read a bunch of things!
  3. Enter to win prizes!

You can download PDFs of the challenge forms below, and they're also available in the Teen Zones of the library branches.  The deadline for entries is August 19, and anything you've read since July 1 counts towards the challenge. Good luck!

...Fire and Frost - Main Branch - Art Gallery

Thursday, July 28, 2022 (All day) - Wednesday, August 24, 2022 (All day) Branch: Main Branch Venue: Main Branch: Art Gallery Though necessary for living, our memories are duplicitous. They can be like fire – bold or burning us up with longing or regret – or like frost – giving us either pause for quiet reflection or chilling us to the bone. The Alberta Foundation for the Arts Travelling Exhibition …fire and frost explores memory; presenting the work of three contemporary artists who, through the lens of a camera or mixed media expressions, document past and present experiences, objects and places to capture time and awaken memories that are universal in nature. The artists whose works are presented in the exhibition …fire and frost devote much of their creativity to exploring ‘place’: focusing on urban landscapes and family narratives, structures and their interrelationships with the natural environment, or the history of specific places and the personal memories evoked by this ‘documentation’. The exhibition and frost was curated by Shane Golby and organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta for the Alberta Foundation for the Arts Travelling Exhibition Program. Cover Image: Colin Smith, School Bus, 2013, Photography, Collection of the artist

Help us Imagine Our Future

Lethbridge Public Library is initiating a project designed to identify library services required to meet population growth and community needs to 2050. We are asking for your help to understand how best to serve the community in the future. Please complete this short survey and tell us how our future library services and facilities can best support you.

Click Here to start your survey.

Big Screen Friday - Summer Nights

Kick off your weekend with a free movie on the big screen! 

All films will start at 6:00pm in the Friends Place at the Crossings Branch.

All ages are welcome; kids under 10 must be accompanied by an adult.  Films will be shown with closed captions.

Events Calendar

Week of August 8 2022

Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
All day
Before 10:00 am
10:00 am
1:00 pm
3:00 pm
5:00 pm
6:00 pm

Calendar Legend

Main Branch
The Crossings Branch