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Things To Do in March

by Kyla McDonaldMarch is reminiscent of a time where new beginnings and fresh starts are possible, spring is just around the corner, and...

Things To Do in January

By Kyla McDonaldWelcome to the new year! January can feel particularly cold and isolating, especially in the middle of a pandemic. Hopefully these...

Things To Do in November

by Kyla McDonaldBetween visiting pumpkin patches, staying warm around a fire, and starting a new autumn book, there are plenty of ways to...

October Reading List

by Kyla McDonaldWith the leaves starting to change and the temperature slowly dropping, October is the perfect time to pick up a book...

September Reading List

by Kyla McDonaldAs the coziest time of year is almost upon us, cuddling up with a pumpkin spice latte (or a hot cup...

Cliff Bungalow-Mission’s President’s Message for January

Keep up to date – sign up for email updatesThe newsletter is not frequent enough to communicate things that are changing on...
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Glendale’s December Message from the Editor

Dear neighbours,Going for an evening walk accompanied by a podcast is one of my favourite ways to relax after a long day. But,...

A July Update from Bonavista Cares

We hope you are doing well as we navigate a different summer this year. Bonavista Cares has been staying busy; we are so...

Coping with COVID

by Jennifer C., Age 10These few months have been tough for everyone. Doctors and nurses working fulltime to support communities, scientists are working...

In My Books: The Hero’s Walk

The Hero’s Walkby Anita Rau BadamiThe Hero’s Walk, written by acclaimed author Anita Rau Badami, is a tale that touches on the theme...
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Barbara’s Library: Sleep Smarter by Shawn Stevenson

Are you a good sleeper? Do you drop off to sleep at bedtime and log 8 hours of deep restful slumber, waking refreshed...
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What’s Happening at the Calgary Public Library in October?

Historian, Author, and Artist in ResidenceNumerous residences are underway at Central Library—come meet our newest experts! Historian in Residence Jessie Ray Short’s cross-disciplinary...