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Thursday, November 4 2021

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All day
Before 10:00 am
10:00 AM - 11:59 PM

A chance for Indigenous, Inuit and Metis youth ages 0-18 who live in the Chinook Arch Regional Library area to share their talent. Talent submissions include: singing, drumming, dancing, artwork, stories, poetry, skateboarding and beyond.
Watch online at Lethbridge Public Library Facebook page, Oct 30-Nov 10. 
Participation prize draw on Nov 12.
Registration now open:
If you require more information contact 

10:00 am
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

If you speak English well, but you want to improve your vocabulary and be more comfortable having a conversation, this class is for you!
For CLB Levels 3-5

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Join us on Zoom for exercises, tickles, knee bounces, nursery rhymes, songs, and books for babies up to 18 months and their caregivers. 

This is a registered program. Register HERE

6:00 pm
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Calling all science fiction and fantasy authors! Come join the 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 will be meeting one week early this month due to Remembrance Day.

This club meets over Zoom. If you have not yet registered, please do so HERE.

The Zoom link is recurring for all session of Flights of Fantasy.

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

7:00 pm
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Join the library as we host the fourth author in our Word on the Street Fall Reading Series, Kirsteen MacLeod. We will be conducting an online interview with Kirsteen about her latest book, In Praise of Retreat: Finding Sanctuary in the Modern World. Audience questions will be welcomed. 


From pilgrim paths to forest cabins, and from rented hermitages to arts temples and quiet havens for yoga and meditation, In Praise of Retreat explores the pleasures and powers of this ancient practice for modern people. Kirsteen MacLeod draws on the history of retreat and personal experiences to reveal the many ways readers can step back from society to reconnect with their deepest selves — and to their loftiest aspirations in life.

In the 21st century, disengaging, even briefly, is seen by many as self-indulgent, unproductive, and antisocial. Yet to retreat is as basic a human need as being social, and everyone can benefit, whether it’s for a weekend, a month, or a lifetime. Retreat is an uncertain adventure with as many peaks and valleys as any mountain expedition, except we head inward, to recharge and find fresh energy and brave new ideas to bring back into our everyday lives.

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