Indie-Lethbridge 2018

Local Authors! Call for Submissions!

Lethbridge Public Library is currently seeking submissions of adult titles to be included as part of our new collection of small press and independently-published works by local authors. If you are interested in having your work showcased in this collection pilot please fill out the attached submission form and email it to:

2018 Submission guidelines:

  • physical format
  • created for an adult audience
  • titles published within the past two years
  • book is donated to library by author (one copy maximum)
  • works created by authors from the Chinook Arch service area          and/or
  • works with relevance to Lethbridge and area

Huge Book Sale

Friends Spring Blowout Book Sale
Saturday, March 31, 9:30 to 3:30
Theatre Gallery, Main Branch

Come early for the best bargains!
An excellent selection of adult, young adult &
children's books, audiobooks, and a few computers
and monitors.

Bring your own bags: $5 per bag &
$10 for large bags.

Easter Closures

The Lethbridge Public Library will be CLOSED:
Friday, March 30, (Good Friday)
Monday, April 2, (Easter Monday)
Happy Easter!

Lethbridge International Film Festival

Issues of Our Times 2018
Main Branch
7:00 - 9:00p.m.

March 19 — An Inconvenient Sequel
March 20 — Human Flow
March 21 — Secret State of North Korea
March 22 — Food Evolution
March 23 — Wildlife of the Oldman River Valley
March 24 (showtime 2-4pm) — Land Beneath Our Feet

** Free Admission **

Help us bring home the YOU Libraries Award!

VOTE FOR US! Help us bring home the YOU Libraries Award for our role on the Lethbridge Executive Leaders Coalition on Opioid Use. Voting closes March 23. Cast your vote at: (click on "Vote").

Emerging Sounds - Saxophone Sunday

Venue: Main Branch (Theatre Gallery)
Date: March 25, 2018  3:00 - 5:00 p.m.

Join the U of L Saxophone studio, under the direction of Dr. Chee Meng Low, for an afternoon of music written for one of the newest of all instruments.  Sit back and enjoy the saxophone in both solo and small chamber ensemble contexts.  

FLIP Fest Feminist Films

Celebrate International Women's Day all month long with a series of feminist films chosen by FLIP Fest and our teenbrarian!

All films will screen at the Crossings Branch and start at 7pm.  There will be popcorn!

Canada Reads 2018

Get ready for this year's Canada Reads: One Book to Open Your Eyes.

The contenders:

The debates air March 26-29 on CBC.

TimeTurners Book Club

Are you an adult who loves YA books? Join us for TimeTurners, where grownups can get together each month to discuss a teen book.

We meet on a Tuesday night each month at 7:00pm at the Crossings Branch.

Calendar Legend

Main Branch
The Crossings Branch