Indie-Lethbridge 2019

One hundred years, one hundred stories. As part of the library's centennial celebration next year, we are currently seeking submissions for Indie-Lethbridge 2019. This second year collection will be composed of stories written by Southern Alberta authors, or set in the same area. 

We are pleased to announce the library will now be accepting children's materials and music albums as part of this collection. Anyone interested in making a submission can fill out the form below and either email the form to indie@lethlib.ca or return it to any library service counter.


Social Story

 The Lethbridge Public Library has created a social story about visiting the library! A social story is a narrative from the child's perspective that can be a tool and provide comfort for children in everyday situations. Check out our free and printable PDF version that you can print out before visiting the library!


Homeschool Lego Club

New! Come create with Library Lego! Families are encouraged to create together. Homeschool Lego Club is a new program that will run on Thursdays between 1-3 pm in Kid's Corner at our Main Branch. Everyone is welcome!


Spelling Bees

Have you heard the buzz? Lethbridge Public Library will be hosting two spelling bees in 2018. One will be on October 20 (Spelling Mini-Bee) and the other on November 17 (Spelling Bee). 
Are you interested in joining? See which Spelling Bee you are eligible to participate in:

1) If you are currently in Grade 1, 2 or 3, then the Spelling Mini-Bee is for you! 
The Spelling Mini-Bee will be held on Saturday October 20 at 2 p.m. in the Theatre Gallery (Main Branch). 
There will be two OPTIONAL study sessions for the Spelling Mini-Bee: Oct 6, Oct 13 at 2:00 pm in the Theatre Gallery (Main Branch)
 
2) If you are currently in Grade 4, 5 or 6, then the Lethbridge Public Library Spelling Bee is for you! 
The Spelling Bee will be held on November 17 at 2 p.m. in the Theatre Gallery (Main Branch)

Space for both Bees is limited.
This is a FREE and REGISTERED program.
Register HERE. Registration opens September 1, 2018.
Make sure to view/download the digital copy of the Speller's Guide HERE or pick one up from the Main Branch.


Donuts with Dad

Read a story, eat a donut, bond with Dad.
Don't worry if Dad isn't available, all caregivers are welcome.
Fun for children of all ages.

SATURDAY October 27, 2018

1:00 - 3:00 PM
North Wing Public Area
 
SATURDAY November 24, 2018
1:00 - 3:00 PM
Kids Flex Space (Main Branch)


Call for Artwork

 Do you love to draw, paint or colour? Do you like to share your artwork with others? Are you 12 years old or under? If this sounds like you, you can submit your work and join us for our Art Show Gala! This years theme is: Celebrate your favourite moment of 2018. Please drop off submissions to Children's Services (Main Branch) from November 1-30.


Program Guide November/December

 Our new program guide for November and December weekly programming and special events is here! Check it out!


The STEAM Lab

Calling all lab partners!

Do you like to create, experiment, and explore the world around you? Then join us at the STEAM Lab this January where you'll get to try some fun hands-on activities in science, technology, engineering, arts, and math!

Who: Children in grades 1-5

When: Friday afternoons from 1:30-3:00 pm, starting on January 11. The first 15 minutes will be free build time, with structured activites starting at 1:45. 

Where: The Crossings Branch Library

Registration will open on December 3.


School Skillz

Is your child in grade 3 – 6 and struggling to keep up with school work? This program offered through the Frontier College will help your child to learn positive study skills through games and other activities. They will be able to work on their homework too.

TUESDAYS October 16 - December 4
6:30 - 8:00 pm
Kids' Corner (Main Branch)

Register HERERegistration opens October 1.


Calendar of Kids Events

Week of November 12 2018

Calendar Legend

ItemKey
Main Branch
 
The Crossings Branch