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Your Library card gives you free access to great programs

From 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
    Memorial ParkTuesday, Nov. 4
    6 - 8 p.m.
    20 spaces availableNot Required
    Memorial Park - Basement Meeting Room 2

    Summary: Trigger your imagination through writing prompts ranging from creating defamiliarized characters to developing suspense; tools augmenting skills to apply to your work-in-progress.

    Audience: Adults

  • LocationDateStatusRegistration
    Memorial ParkSaturday, Nov. 15
    2 - 3:30 p.m.
    FullPut me on wait list
    Memorial Park - Basement Meeting Room 1

    Summary: Join One Book One Calgary author Marcello Di Cintio and 2014 Writer in Residence, Rosemary Nixon, as they discuss the similarities and differences of writing fiction and non-fiction and how they capture the attention of readers of both genres. Light refreshments will be served.

    Audience: Adults

  • LocationDateStatusRegistration
    Memorial ParkTuesday, Nov. 18
    2 - 3:30 p.m.
    50 spaces availableNot Required
    Nose HillMonday, Oct. 27
    1:30 - 3 p.m.
    14 spaces availableRegister
    Memorial Park - Basement Meeting Room 1Nose Hill - Main Floor Program Room

    Summary: The inside scoop. How a book club can up the ante, moving beyond content to the pleasurable exploration of a writer's process. Pre-reading: Rosemary Nixon's Are You Ready to be Lucky?

    Audience: Adults

  • LocationDateStatusRegistration
    CentralSaturday, Nov. 22
    1 - 4 p.m.
    7 spaces availableRegister
    Central - Lower Level Meeting Room 2

    Summary: Writer in Residence, Rosemary Nixon, will present an energetic talk on her creation of fictional rascals and how to make them rise up off the page.

    Audience: Adults

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