Programs & Events

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
    CrowfootFriday, Nov. 28
    2 - 3:30 p.m. (Prevention and Management of Diabetes)
    50 spaces availableNot Required
    ShawnessyFriday, Nov. 28
    2 - 3:30 p.m.
    20 spaces availableNot Required
    Signal HillFriday, Nov. 28
    2 - 3:30 p.m.
    40 spaces availableNot Required
    Crowfoot - Main Floor Program RoomShawnessy - Main Floor Program RoomSignal Hill - Main Floor Program Room

    Summary: Join us for coffee, conversation and presentations of interest.

    Audience: Seniors - Ages 50 and up

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    ShaganappiFriday, Nov. 28
    10:15 - 11 a.m.
    FullEnded
    Shaganappi - Main Floor Meeting Room

    Summary: "Grow a Reader" with books, rhymes and songs you'll have fun sharing with your little one.

    Audience: Adults & Kids - Ages 13 to 23 months with a parent/caregiver

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    BownessFriday, Nov. 28
    10:50 - 11:20 a.m.
    25 spaces availableNot Required
    Bowness - Main Floor Program Room

    Summary: Caregivers and young children are welcome for conversation and playtime at the Library.

    Audience: Adults & Kids - Ages up to 5 with a parent/caregiver

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    Alexander CalhounFriday, Nov. 28
    1:30 - 3 p.m.
    20 spaces availableNot Required
    Alexander Calhoun - Main Floor Program Room

    Summary: Join other crafters for coffee, conversation and creativity - knitting, needlework, paper crafts and more.

    Audience: Adults

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    ShawnessyFriday, Nov. 28
    10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
    FullEnded
    Shawnessy - Main Floor Computer Programs Pod

    Summary: Learn how to use a mouse, search the Internet, use email and about the components of a computer.

    Audience: Seniors - Ages 50 and up

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    BownessFriday, Nov. 28
    10:15 - 10:45 a.m.
    25 spaces availableNot Required
    CentralFriday, Nov. 28
    10:15 - 10:45 a.m.
    30 spaces availableNot Required
    Louise RileyFriday, Nov. 28
    10:30 - 11 a.m.
    999 spaces availableNot Required
    Bowness - Main Floor Program RoomCentral - 2nd Floor Program RoomLouise Riley - Main Floor Program room

    Summary: Drop in for stories, songs and finger plays the whole family can enjoy.

    Audience: Adults & Kids - Ages 2 to 5 with a parent/caregiver

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    CentralFriday, Nov. 28
    10 - 11:30 a.m.
    60 spaces availableNot Required
    Central - 5th Floor Open Area

    Summary: Practise your English speaking and listening skills in an informal drop-in setting. Coffee is provided.

    Audience: Adults

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    Village SquareFriday, Nov. 28
    3 - 5 p.m.
    14 spaces availableEnded
    Village Square - Main Floor Large Meeting Room

    Summary: Learn employment skills, increase self-awareness, improve employment readiness and build confidence for your job search and the workplace through hands-on workshops presented by the City of Calgary Youth Employment Centre. Visit nextsteps.ca/jumpstart for an application form and more information.

    Audience: Teens - Ages 14 to 17

  • LocationDateStatusRegistration
    CentralFriday, Nov. 28
    1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
    12 spaces availableNot Required
    Central - 3rd Floor Learning Lab

    Summary: Join us for a basic introduction to this popular professional social networking tool, and learn how it can help build your career.

    Audience: Adults

  • LocationDateStatusRegistration
    Forest LawnFriday, Nov. 28
    3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
    25 spaces availableNot Required
    Forest Lawn - Basement CLLC

    Summary: Drop in and learn how to make fantastic origami creations.

    Audience: Kids - Ages 8 to 12

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    Nose HillFriday, Nov. 28
    10:15 - 11:15 a.m.
    FullEnded
    Nose Hill - Main Floor Program Room

    Summary: Enjoy a relaxing and fun hour of songs, rhymes and story with your children.

    Audience: Adults & Kids - Ages up to 12 months with a parent/caregiver

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    CrowfootFriday, Nov. 28
    1 - 2:30 p.m.
    250 spaces availableNot Required
    Crowfoot - Main Floor Children's Area

    Summary: Come watch a feature film on your day off! Call this community library for movie title.

    Audience: Kids - with a parent/caregiver

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    Thorn-HillFriday, Nov. 28
    1:30 - 3 p.m.
    99 spaces availableNot Required
    Thorn-Hill - Main Floor Program Room

    Summary: Drop by with your needlecraft projects, enjoy great conversation and share tips and techniques with other crafters.

    Audience: Adults

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    Signal HillFriday, Nov. 28
    6:30 - 9 p.m.
    CancelledNot Available
    Signal Hill - Main Floor Open Area

    Summary: In 2017, Canada will turn 150 and you can shape the celebrations! Join us for a series of free community dialogue events that will explore our aspirations for Canada's future and what each of us can give as our gifts for this special national birthday. In partnership with imagiNation 150 and The Calgary Foundation. Refreshments will be served.

    Audience: Adults

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    CentralFriday, Nov. 28
    7 - 9 p.m.
    313 spaces availableRegister
    Central - 2nd Floor John Dutton Theatre

    Summary: Relive the first five months on the Western Front during 1914, culminating in the incredible Christmas truce event. Presented by Military Historian St├ęphane Guevremont.

    Audience: Adults

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