Go retro and join Blanky, Lampy, Kirby, Toaster and Radio as we celebrate the 30th anniversary of this classic movie favourite! Make your own fleece Blanky as you watch - supplies and popcorn provided!
Red Deer Public Library is seeking enthusiastic adults or college/high school students to volunteer their time as a Reading Pal with elementary school children (Grades 1-6) who are struggling with reading and/or writing.
This exciting new program series designed to provide an access to quality and accessible legal information to the Red Deer community is co-sponsored by Central Alberta Community Legal Clinic and Red Deer Public Library.
The YRCA is coordinated by the Pacific Northwest Library Association (PNLA) and is the oldest children's choice award in the U.S. and Canada. Students in Grades 4-12 from Alaska, British Columbia, Alberta, Washington, Montana, and Idaho will determine the winner of this literary award by reading the books and voting for their favourite. Kids need to read or listen to at least two titles in a division to vote in that division. Voting will begin March 2017.
For more information, see frequently asked questions on the PNLA website at www.pnla.org/yrca or ask at any Branch.
Consider inviting Children’s Library staff to your preschool, daycare, agency or community group to talk about the resources and services Red Deer Public Library offers to children and families. Call 403-342-9100 ext 2000 for more information or to book a visit.
Thursday, February 23 6:30 p.m. - 8 p.m. Dawe Community Centre Activity Room 3
Join us for a multi-panel interactive session about Syrian Culture, Syrian Education, Experiences of Syrian Refugees, Language Learning Activities and Syrian Food. Presented by Red Deer Public Library's Adult Literacy Program.
Tuesday, February 21, Monday, March 20, Tuesday, April 18, Monday, May 15 3:30 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Attention all hackers and evil geniuses! In this afterschool club we’ll make lego robots, experiment with coding and electronics and plot to take over the world! To register email Ben at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tutoring is a great way to help a newcomer to Canada, or a Canadian-born learner improve their literacy skills. Learners are at a variety of levels. You do not need to have teaching experience or ESL training to assist these learners.
A two hour per week commitment is all we ask. Training and support provided.
Get back more than you give. We have the perfect opportunity for you.
Whether you want to start using that new laptop you got as a present or check out an eBook onto your device, we provide individual consultation to suit your needs. Call Tatiana at 403-341-3822 or email email@example.com to arrange an appointment.
Red Deer Public Library is seeking enthusiastic adults or college/high school students to volunteer their time as a Reading Pal with elementary school children (grades 1-5) who are struggling with reading and/or writing. You will work with one student in two 1 hour sessions each week for a three-week period. For full details, call 403-346-4576 and ask for Reading Pals or email firstname.lastname@example.org.