Grab-a-Bag Book Sale!

$10 a bag, minimum of 10 items per bag.
Bags are prepackaged. 

Bags are first-come first-serve and can be requested through Curbside Pick Up at the Main Branch and at the Crossings Branch.

Genres include:
• General Fiction
• General Non-Fiction
• Mystery
• DVDs
• Children’s Non-Fiction/DVDs


Calling All Wise Owls!

We're nearing the end of the spring trivia season, and that means only one thing...

It's time for a feedback survey!

Please take a minute or two to answer a few questions for us - and we know you like questions, because you're trivia people!  Your feedback helps us make the program better, and prove its value to the community.



Internet on the Go

Internet on the Go at Lethbridge Public Library!

Lethbridge Public Library is excited to share that we are now offering Internet on the Go, a service that will connect you, wherever you are.

Internet on the Go is a way for you to borrow Chromebooks and/or MiFi hotspot devices from the Library in order to access the Internet on your own schedule, in your own home.

Both Chromebooks and hotspots are available for one-week loans. Items must be returned within 24 hours after the one-week checkout. These are not eligible for renewal. These items must be picked up and dropped off through the Internet on the Go entrance at the Main Branch and cannot be returned through the book drops.

For full details please review the "Internet on the Go - Website" document below. To book your items please call our Computer Services line at 403-320-4102 or email lpl.infoservices@lethlib.ca.

Internet on the Go is funded in part through a generous donation by the Friends of the Lethbridge Public Library.

In addition, we are also offering Printing on the Go, where customers can email what they need printed to print@lethlib.ca. For full details please review the "Internet on the Go - Website" document below.

*Costs for printing: no fee for the first 5 pages are, then $0.25/page. Credit or Debit only.

*Please note: Face masks are required when you visit Lethbridge Public Library to pick up your materials.*
 


Spring Author Series: Alexandra Morton

Date: May 6, 2021 at 7:00pm
Venue: Online via Zoom

Join the library as we host Alexandra Morton, author of Not on My Watch: How a Renegade Whale Biologist Took on Governments and Industry to Save Wild Salmon, for an online interview. Alexandra Morton is a field biologist who became an activist who has done groundbreaking research on the damaging impact of ocean-based salmon farming on the coast of British Columbia. She has co-authored more than twenty scientific papers on the impact of salmon farming on migratory salmon, founded the Salmon Coast Research Station, and has been featured on 60 Minutes. Audience questions will be welcome.

REGISTER HERE


TimeTurners Book Club

Are you an adult who loves YA books? Join us for TimeTurners, where adults meet virtually each month to discuss a young adult book.

We meet on the third Monday of every month over Zoom.

To attend, please register HERE. The registration link is recurring for all sessions between January-June 2021. If you have any questions, please call us at 403-320-4037.


To see all of our upcoming book club picks, please go HERE.


Lethbridge Public Library Online Writing Club

Did you know? The Lethbridge Public Library now has an online writing club! It's a place to work on your craft and to connect with other writers!

This group is for everyone. For those who are picking up a pen for the first time or who want to write to de-stress. And for those who want to write professionally or who have a few books under their belt.

Join us on our Facebook Page. We'll be posting about writing, planning virtual write-ins, and issuing fun writing challenges. 


Family Literacy Game Night: Digital Escape Room

Family Literacy Game Night: Digital Escape Room

Welcome to Read On’s Escape Room!

Can you get the right answer to all the questions?

The answer to the question may be in the clue (the story). For some questions, you will see a link to click. The link will help you. You will need paper and a pen to make notes.

To find out more about Lethbridge Public Library, visit us at http://www.lethlib.ca/. Learn about what you can borrow from the library, what you can do in the library, and how to get a free library card.

Good luck!

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Moving Forward

Are you looking for a job? Moving Forward is a new class that could help you find and keep that job.

This is what you will learn over 20 weekdays (9 a.m. - 1 p.m.):

  • What Canadian employers expect of their employees and what it is like working here
  • Reading and writing skills that are needed in the workplace
  • Computer basics or math skills

    As well, you will:

  • Learn about places that can help you find a job
  • Be paired with a local employer who will talk to you about your resume and give you a mock interview

    If you need help with reading or writing, we will pair you with a volunteer tutor for 2-3 hours per week during the class. If you wish, you can continue meeting with your tutor when Moving Forward ends.

    Registration begins: March 1, 2021

    Class Dates: April 12 - May 7, 2021

    Limited to: 15 students

    Registration Fee: no fee

    To take this class, you must be:

  • An adult at age of 20+
  • below grade 10 or CLB 7
  • Looking for a job
  • Have device (computer, laptop, phone) with wifi. We may be able to assist with devices.

    For more information, please email readon@lethlib.ca or call 403-320-4701

  • The registration form for Moving Forward program is here
     

Summer Classes

If you would like a tutor to help you improve your reading, writing, or math we may be able to help you. Please fill out the form below.  We will contact you to make an appointment to find out what level you are at. We can help you if you are over 18 years of age, live in Lethbridge, and need help up to the end of Grade 9. If you are above Grade 9 please contact Lethbridge College for upgrading. A registration fee of $30 may apply.

Questions? Email us at literacyservices@lethlib.ca.

Need a tutor? We can help Canadians and Permanent Residents.
If English is your first language, please click here.
If English is not your first language, please click here.

Want to sign up for a class? 

If English is your first language, please click here. 
If English is not your first language, please click here

Register now for Read On Classes. Click on the link below to see our Summer classes. 


Online Adult Streaming Calendar

Week of April 12 2021

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