TD Summer Reading Club Matinee – The SpongeBob Movie


Thursday, August 6, 2:00 (92 min., PG)

When a diabolical pirate above the sea steals the secret Krabby Patty formula, SpongeBob and his nemesis Plankton must team up in order to get it back.

Sans Nom Poetry Group Reading featuring Patricia Kuzak

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Wednesday, August 5, 7:00

Patricia Kuzak’s visceral poems are rooted in the body, the ripe physicality of sweat and urine and blood. Here are poems of desire, of longing for that elusive something, which is an honest interaction in a world that demands conformity. Patricia Kuzak is a seeker of truth; these vivid poems are that searching.
-Lynda Monahan, author of A Slow Dance in the Flames, What My Body Knows, (Coteau Books) and Verge (Guernica Editions)

Patricia Kuzak’s earthy, intelligent writing confronts life on earth with frankness and grace, exploring the nature of foxes and bears, parents and children, sorrow, sex, and death. The poems reveal the poet’s love of language and talent for wry observation, and present us again and again with sudden twists that give us something we never could have expected, truly original perspectives on human experience.
-Catherine Hunter, author of Latent Heat (Signature Editions)

Valentines for Lucy is a poignant and penetrating collection of poetry, which weaves us through a compelling journey of yearning, disappointment, loss and acceptance. The poems are packed with visceral and primal images that remind us of our basic instincts for survival. The sensual and raw nature of the collection keeps us going back for more. In each poem we find twists that show us glimpses of how to navigate through this journey of need for connection and belonging.
-Veryl Coghill, author of Make Me (Thistledown Press)

Come and enjoy the Sans Nom Poetry Group Reading featuring Patricia Kuzak.  Books for sale.

TD Summer Reading Club Matinee – Monster High: Haunted


Thursday, July 30, 2:00 (76 min., PG)

When Spectra Vondergeist goes back to her old ghost school to find out why Monster High is being haunted, the other ghouls use Boogey Sand to transform into ghosts so they can follow her. It’s up to the ghouls and their new ghost friends to unbury the mystery of the hauntings and the secrets of the ghost school!

TD Summer Reading Club Drop-In Story Time


Monday, July 27, 2:00

It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s a Superhero!
Come along for some superhero stories, a treasure hunt, and a craft. Today we’ll be making our very own minion superhero.

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One-on-One Tech Help


Thursday, July 30, 2:00 – 4:00

Get help with computers, eReaders, tablets, and smart phones!  Call 763-8496 to book a time, no drop-ins please!

“Technology Petting Zoo” for Seniors 55+

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Monday, July 27, 7:00

        Want to learn more about popular technology like laptops, e-Readers and tablets? Our technology petting zoo will introduce you to an assortment of popular current devices including Windows laptops, Apple iPads and iPad Mini, Android tablets, and Kobo e-Readers. We will share tips, answer questions and show you how to use these devices to download free eBooks and access other free online library services.

Bring along your own tablet or eReader if your main interest is learning how to use the online library.

 To register for this program please call (306) 763-8496.  Space is limited.

Co-sponsored by Wapiti Regional Library.

TD Summer Reading Club


Kids, get ready for a fun summer of reading when you join the TD Summer Reading Club!  Register anytime at the library’s Circulation Desk and receive your reading log, poster, activity booklet, and stickers.

For complete information about the TD Summer Reading Club, including weekly story times and exciting grand prizes visit our TD Summer Reading Club page!  Plan now to make the TD Summer Reading Club part of your holiday activities!

The goals of the TD Summer Reading Club are to encourage and strengthen the habit of reading for pleasure, to create life-long learners, to increase children’s reading skills, and to reduce summer learning loss.

Summer Hours Now in Effect!

Spring/Summer Hours 2015 (Victoria Day to Labour Day)

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Please note the library will be closed on all statutory holidays.

May Staff Picks


Looking for some recommendations for books to read?

Take a look at May’s Staff Picks:

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For more suggestions please visit the Staff Picks page! :)