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Fiction is Stranger than Truth

by Lindsay B - 0 Comment(s)

For anyone who wonders what staff are faced with at the library here are some funny titles you should look at!

Easter Holiday Hours

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Hi everyone! Here are the Easter Holiday Hours for all of Calgary Public Library Branches:

Good Friday, March 29 - CLOSED
Saturday, March 30 - Regular Hours
Easter Sunday, March 31 - CLOSED
Easter Monday, April 1 - Regular Hours

Have a great holiday!

National Craft Month

by Fernando Sanchez - 0 Comment(s)

Did you know that March is the National Craft Month?

Craft books at Saddletowne


Teen Talk

by Lindsay B - 0 Comment(s)

Here is a program that might interest some teens out there!

Teen Talk
Teens and tweens can practice English language skills and enjoy a variety of fun activities at the Library.
Every Day From 1 April to 5 April, 2013 from 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Kids & Teens Ages 10-14

Register in person, by phone, or online


by Lindsay B - 0 Comment(s)

The United Library Services' Spring/Summer 2013 Hotlist is at the Saddletowne Library. The Hotlist displays Adult Best Sellers in Fiction and Non-Fiction and gives you an excerpt about what the book is about. If you are looking for a new book to read come into the library and take a look at The Hotlist! The Hotlist can be found on the Reference Shelf.

Book Spine Poetry

by Lindsay B - 2 Comment(s)

Look what staff at the Saddletowne branch created.... Book Spine Poetry. Arranging books to create poetry, not as easy as it looks. Look at your book collection today and see what you can create!!

Family Storytime

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Here is a program that might be of interest to families with young children.

Family Storytime
Join us for stories, songs, and finger plays the whole family can enjoy. Ages 2 to 5 with a parent/cargiver.
Thursdays, Mar. 21 to Apr. 25 from 2:15 - 2:45
Registration required

Teen Winners of the Freedom to Read Week Contest

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The Calgary Public Library received amazing entries for the Teen Freedom to Read Week Contest this year. Follow the links bellow to look at the winning entries:

Freedom to Read Essay

Silenced Voices

Freedom to Read Video

Freedom to Read Week reminds us that books face challenges in schools, bookstores, libraries and at our border, every day.