Programs & Events

Your Library card gives you free access to great programs

Library events and programs brochure coverFrom Baby Storytimes to 50+ Coffee Times, we have programs for everything you're into. Improve your computer skills, practice your English, or just have some fun.

Pick up a printed copy of the current Program Guide at a local branch, or download a PDF version:

Call 403-260-2620 to register, or register online.

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Programs for parent/caregiver with a child (like our popular Mother Goose programs) require both parent and child to have a valid library card to register. Children’s cards are free — just visit a branch to pick one up.

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  • LocationDateStatusRegistration
    Central
    Saturday, Feb. 7
    4 - 7 p.m.
    30 spaces availableNot Required
    Meet in the John Dutton Theatre lobby at 3:45 p.m. or join us at Loft 112, 535 8 Ave SE (part of Orange Lofts)
    Central - Offsite Offsite

    Summary: Inspired by what you've learned? Want to keep talking about good books and good writers? Come for refreshments and dialogue at Loft 112, Calgary's new Literary Creative Centre in the East Village at 535 8 Ave SE (Orange Lofts). Meet in the John Dutton Theatre lobby at 3:45 p.m. or join us at Loft 112.

    Audience: Adults

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    CentralSaturday, Feb. 7
    11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
    350 spaces availableStarts 22/Dec/2014 10 am
    Central - 2nd Floor John Dutton Theatre

    Summary: Discover the pros and cons of self-publishing versus working with a publisher. Learn how to approach a publisher, when you need an agent and how to find one, costs to self-publish and effective self publishing. Presented by Page Two, a Vancouver strategic publishing firm.

    Audience: Adults & Teens - Ages 13 and up

  • LocationDateStatusRegistration
    CentralSaturday, Feb. 7
    1:30 - 3:30 p.m.
    350 spaces availableStarts 22/Dec/2014 10 am
    Central - 2nd Floor John Dutton Theatre

    Summary: Gain valuable insight into the world of writing Young Adult fiction. This teen panel shares the books they love, authors they emulate and what makes them read a book through to the end. YA novelist Cathy Ostlere will round out this session sharing her success and challenges with her award winning YA novel Karma. This is an interactive session, open to teens and adults, and will include Top Tips for Writing YA fiction created by Writers' Guild of Alberta Teen writers and readers.

    Audience: Adults & Teens - Ages 13 and up

  • LocationDateStatusRegistration
    CentralSaturday, Feb. 7
    10 - 11 a.m.
    350 spaces availableStarts 22/Dec/2014 10 am
    Central - 2nd Floor John Dutton Theatre

    Summary: Join Emily Ursuliak, former fiction editor for Filling Station magazine, to learn tips on how to submit your work like a pro, to fiction and non-fiction magazines.

    Audience: Adults & Teens - Ages 13 and up

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