Hours and Locations


Main Branch

Located in the lower north wing of the main branch adjacent to the Theatre Gallery, the Art Gallery is a free public space that hosts work from local and regional artists. To engage the public with visual storytelling in many art forms and to encourage literacy in these forms of making, the space is to showcase work, but it is also paired with related workshops and book displays.

Located in the upper south wing across from the main customer service desk, Community LINKS is a community information and referral service operated by the Canadian Mental Health Association. Community Links provides direct access to a network that helps people get to the services that they need in the quickest way possible.

Visit Community LINKS at the main branch or reach them during regular business hours at communitylinks@cmhalethbridge.ca  or by calling 403-328-5465. For more information visit their website at https://www.lethbridgeica.ca/

The main branch features a variety of spaces that can be used for quiet study or meetings. 

The lower study of the main branch features quiet study carrels and tables for those looking for individual or small group quiet workspaces.

The Community Meeting Room is a bright, functional space perfect for in person and hybrid meetings, with a capacity of up to 60 people.

The Theatre Gallery is an impressive performance space with high quality audio-visual equipment and a grand piano, with a capacity of up to 180.

Visit our Reserve a Room page for more information on booking a meeting space.

In the upper north wing close to the Community Meeting Room, our Indigenous gathering space hosts the First Nations, Metis, Inuit (FNMI) collection of materials, as well as comfortable seating, a reference computer, and locally created Indigenous art.

In the upper north wing adjacent to Piitoyiss/Eagle’s Nest, this room houses a collection of local and regional history materials as well as rare materials useful for genealogy seekers and researchers. The collection of materials was started by Senator Buchanan, and local historian Alex Johnston was involved in procuring parts of the collection. The space also includes a microfilm/fiche collection and reader. 

See library staff to request access to this room.

Please check back for updates on our Outdoor Space, opening summer 2024

Crossings Branch

The Teen Zone at the Crossings Branch features a video game area with two TVs and various gaming consoles, preloaded with popular games. There are games to borrow and play at home for the Playstation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch, and Nintendo WiiU.

We also host a collection of board games for you to play while at the library. Come with a group of friends, sit beside the fireplace, and play some great games!

The Crossings Branch features a variety of spaces that can be used for quiet study or meetings. 

The Richardson Oilseed Board Room is the perfect space for meetings, tutoring sessions, studying, and more. Individuals or small groups (up to 8) can book this room once per month for a three-hour period at no cost. Contact the Crossings Branch customer service desk at 403-320-4037 to book your time or ask for more details.

The Friends Place is a large meeting room with a collapsible wall that gives you the option to open up the room into the bright and spacious atrium.  This room has a capacity of 60 people with the wall closed.

The Servus Credit Union Meeting & Study Area is a medium-sized meeting room with floor to ceiling windows.  This room has a maximum capacity of 30 people.

The Digital Learning Centre is a bookable computer lab with room for 8 students and an instructor. 

Visit our Reserve a Room page for more information on booking a meeting space.