Branches and Hours
810 5 Ave South
255 Britannia Blvd West
Lethbridge and Coalhurst
403-320-4704 Bookmobile Coordinator
403-320-4230 Recorded Schedule
403-330-4775 Phone on the Bookmobile - operational hours only
Library Events Calendar
10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
Stories, games, fun finger plays and songs for pre-school children and their caregivers. This is a drop-in program. Please call 403-320-4037 for more details.
*Please note - Friday's program is a repeat of the Wednesday's program.
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Lethbridge College’s Public Legal Education Program helps educate the public about law and the legal system by providing general education and information. (The program does not provide legal advice). The program is funded by a grant from the Alberta Law Foundation.
Lethbridge Public Library and the Public Legal Education Program present the following short talks on legal subjects in the Community Meeting Room at the Main Branch. The talks are free and registration is not required, but please call 403-320-3202, ext. 5417 to let us know you plan to attend. Feel free to bring your lunch. Coffee and juice will be provided. The talks will also be available by videoconference at certain other public libraries in Alberta.
To see a list of these participating libraries, go to the RISE Network website at http://www.risenetwork.ca/ and click on the entry for the presentation found on the calendar there.
Information, Identity Theft and Law
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Spend an exciting lunch hour with western singer and guitarist Floyd Sillito, who has been entertaining Canadians with his own brand of easy-listening country music for the last 70 years. Floyd’s career has included several recordings and performances at hospitals, seniors’ lodges, the Canadian Legion, Alberta resorts and at many other events and concerts.
Check out www.floydsillito.com
7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Sponsored by the University of Lethbridge’s Department of New Media and the Lethbridge Public Library.
Now in its 5th season, the New Media Film Series focuses on new possibilities and creative currents within 21st Century film and video art. Initiated and sponsored by the Department of New Media, various scholars from the University of Lethbridge will introduce and screen their choices for some of the most momentous cinematic works of the last ten years. The Series presents a vibrant glimpse of cinema’s future and agitate for the importance of understanding and appreciating its current transitions.
For more information, visit newmediafilmseries.com
Won Empire Award (2006) for Best Thriller.
“A cheerful mess of a pulp-fiction parody, pumped full of laughs.”