Lac La Biche County Libraries Closed Saturdays

With the rise in local COVID19 cases and to focus on keeping our library members and staff safe, Lac La Biche County Libraries will be closed Saturdays beginning November 28. Masks are now required upon entering the library and public computers must be reserved in advance by phone or using the online booking form.

Events

TREX Art Exhibit - The Rush and Roar

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

The Rush and Roar! opens a window on the past in order to comprehend and give context to current events and trends. Inspired by the centenary of the 1920s, often described as the Roaring Twenties, this exhibition utilizes the visual arts to explore some of the political, economic, technological and social/cultural changes which occurred in western Euro-North American societies during the 1920s and continue to have ramifications into the twenty-first. The travelling exhibition The Rush and Roar! presents art works from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts which, made throughout the century since the Roaring Twenties, demonstrate the import of societal changes during that period and provide context for the rush and roar of the present age.

TREX Art Exhibit - The Rush and Roar

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

The Rush and Roar! opens a window on the past in order to comprehend and give context to current events and trends. Inspired by the centenary of the 1920s, often described as the Roaring Twenties, this exhibition utilizes the visual arts to explore some of the political, economic, technological and social/cultural changes which occurred in western Euro-North American societies during the 1920s and continue to have ramifications into the twenty-first. The travelling exhibition The Rush and Roar! presents art works from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts which, made throughout the century since the Roaring Twenties, demonstrate the import of societal changes during that period and provide context for the rush and roar of the present age.

TREX Art Exhibit - The Rush and Roar

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

The Rush and Roar! opens a window on the past in order to comprehend and give context to current events and trends. Inspired by the centenary of the 1920s, often described as the Roaring Twenties, this exhibition utilizes the visual arts to explore some of the political, economic, technological and social/cultural changes which occurred in western Euro-North American societies during the 1920s and continue to have ramifications into the twenty-first. The travelling exhibition The Rush and Roar! presents art works from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts which, made throughout the century since the Roaring Twenties, demonstrate the import of societal changes during that period and provide context for the rush and roar of the present age.

TREX Art Exhibit - The Rush and Roar

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

The Rush and Roar! opens a window on the past in order to comprehend and give context to current events and trends. Inspired by the centenary of the 1920s, often described as the Roaring Twenties, this exhibition utilizes the visual arts to explore some of the political, economic, technological and social/cultural changes which occurred in western Euro-North American societies during the 1920s and continue to have ramifications into the twenty-first. The travelling exhibition The Rush and Roar! presents art works from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts which, made throughout the century since the Roaring Twenties, demonstrate the import of societal changes during that period and provide context for the rush and roar of the present age.

TREX Art Exhibit - The Rush and Roar

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

The Rush and Roar! opens a window on the past in order to comprehend and give context to current events and trends. Inspired by the centenary of the 1920s, often described as the Roaring Twenties, this exhibition utilizes the visual arts to explore some of the political, economic, technological and social/cultural changes which occurred in western Euro-North American societies during the 1920s and continue to have ramifications into the twenty-first. The travelling exhibition The Rush and Roar! presents art works from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts which, made throughout the century since the Roaring Twenties, demonstrate the import of societal changes during that period and provide context for the rush and roar of the present age.

TREX Art Exhibit - The Rush and Roar

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

The Rush and Roar! opens a window on the past in order to comprehend and give context to current events and trends. Inspired by the centenary of the 1920s, often described as the Roaring Twenties, this exhibition utilizes the visual arts to explore some of the political, economic, technological and social/cultural changes which occurred in western Euro-North American societies during the 1920s and continue to have ramifications into the twenty-first. The travelling exhibition The Rush and Roar! presents art works from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts which, made throughout the century since the Roaring Twenties, demonstrate the import of societal changes during that period and provide context for the rush and roar of the present age.

TREX Art Exhibit - The Rush and Roar

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

The Rush and Roar! opens a window on the past in order to comprehend and give context to current events and trends. Inspired by the centenary of the 1920s, often described as the Roaring Twenties, this exhibition utilizes the visual arts to explore some of the political, economic, technological and social/cultural changes which occurred in western Euro-North American societies during the 1920s and continue to have ramifications into the twenty-first. The travelling exhibition The Rush and Roar! presents art works from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts which, made throughout the century since the Roaring Twenties, demonstrate the import of societal changes during that period and provide context for the rush and roar of the present age.

TREX Art Exhibit - The Rush and Roar

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

The Rush and Roar! opens a window on the past in order to comprehend and give context to current events and trends. Inspired by the centenary of the 1920s, often described as the Roaring Twenties, this exhibition utilizes the visual arts to explore some of the political, economic, technological and social/cultural changes which occurred in western Euro-North American societies during the 1920s and continue to have ramifications into the twenty-first. The travelling exhibition The Rush and Roar! presents art works from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts which, made throughout the century since the Roaring Twenties, demonstrate the import of societal changes during that period and provide context for the rush and roar of the present age.

TREX Art Exhibit - The Rush and Roar

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

The Rush and Roar! opens a window on the past in order to comprehend and give context to current events and trends. Inspired by the centenary of the 1920s, often described as the Roaring Twenties, this exhibition utilizes the visual arts to explore some of the political, economic, technological and social/cultural changes which occurred in western Euro-North American societies during the 1920s and continue to have ramifications into the twenty-first. The travelling exhibition The Rush and Roar! presents art works from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts which, made throughout the century since the Roaring Twenties, demonstrate the import of societal changes during that period and provide context for the rush and roar of the present age.

TREX Art Exhibit - The Rush and Roar

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

The Rush and Roar! opens a window on the past in order to comprehend and give context to current events and trends. Inspired by the centenary of the 1920s, often described as the Roaring Twenties, this exhibition utilizes the visual arts to explore some of the political, economic, technological and social/cultural changes which occurred in western Euro-North American societies during the 1920s and continue to have ramifications into the twenty-first. The travelling exhibition The Rush and Roar! presents art works from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts which, made throughout the century since the Roaring Twenties, demonstrate the import of societal changes during that period and provide context for the rush and roar of the present age.

TREX Art Exhibit - The Rush and Roar

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

The Rush and Roar! opens a window on the past in order to comprehend and give context to current events and trends. Inspired by the centenary of the 1920s, often described as the Roaring Twenties, this exhibition utilizes the visual arts to explore some of the political, economic, technological and social/cultural changes which occurred in western Euro-North American societies during the 1920s and continue to have ramifications into the twenty-first. The travelling exhibition The Rush and Roar! presents art works from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts which, made throughout the century since the Roaring Twenties, demonstrate the import of societal changes during that period and provide context for the rush and roar of the present age.

TREX Art Exhibit - The Rush and Roar

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

The Rush and Roar! opens a window on the past in order to comprehend and give context to current events and trends. Inspired by the centenary of the 1920s, often described as the Roaring Twenties, this exhibition utilizes the visual arts to explore some of the political, economic, technological and social/cultural changes which occurred in western Euro-North American societies during the 1920s and continue to have ramifications into the twenty-first. The travelling exhibition The Rush and Roar! presents art works from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts which, made throughout the century since the Roaring Twenties, demonstrate the import of societal changes during that period and provide context for the rush and roar of the present age.

TREX Art Exhibit - The Rush and Roar

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

The Rush and Roar! opens a window on the past in order to comprehend and give context to current events and trends. Inspired by the centenary of the 1920s, often described as the Roaring Twenties, this exhibition utilizes the visual arts to explore some of the political, economic, technological and social/cultural changes which occurred in western Euro-North American societies during the 1920s and continue to have ramifications into the twenty-first. The travelling exhibition The Rush and Roar! presents art works from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts which, made throughout the century since the Roaring Twenties, demonstrate the import of societal changes during that period and provide context for the rush and roar of the present age.

TREX Art Exhibit - The Rush and Roar

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

The Rush and Roar! opens a window on the past in order to comprehend and give context to current events and trends. Inspired by the centenary of the 1920s, often described as the Roaring Twenties, this exhibition utilizes the visual arts to explore some of the political, economic, technological and social/cultural changes which occurred in western Euro-North American societies during the 1920s and continue to have ramifications into the twenty-first. The travelling exhibition The Rush and Roar! presents art works from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts which, made throughout the century since the Roaring Twenties, demonstrate the import of societal changes during that period and provide context for the rush and roar of the present age.

TREX Art Exhibit - The Rush and Roar

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

The Rush and Roar! opens a window on the past in order to comprehend and give context to current events and trends. Inspired by the centenary of the 1920s, often described as the Roaring Twenties, this exhibition utilizes the visual arts to explore some of the political, economic, technological and social/cultural changes which occurred in western Euro-North American societies during the 1920s and continue to have ramifications into the twenty-first. The travelling exhibition The Rush and Roar! presents art works from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts which, made throughout the century since the Roaring Twenties, demonstrate the import of societal changes during that period and provide context for the rush and roar of the present age.

TREX Art Exhibit - The Rush and Roar

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

The Rush and Roar! opens a window on the past in order to comprehend and give context to current events and trends. Inspired by the centenary of the 1920s, often described as the Roaring Twenties, this exhibition utilizes the visual arts to explore some of the political, economic, technological and social/cultural changes which occurred in western Euro-North American societies during the 1920s and continue to have ramifications into the twenty-first. The travelling exhibition The Rush and Roar! presents art works from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts which, made throughout the century since the Roaring Twenties, demonstrate the import of societal changes during that period and provide context for the rush and roar of the present age.

TREX Art Exhibit - The Rush and Roar

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

The Rush and Roar! opens a window on the past in order to comprehend and give context to current events and trends. Inspired by the centenary of the 1920s, often described as the Roaring Twenties, this exhibition utilizes the visual arts to explore some of the political, economic, technological and social/cultural changes which occurred in western Euro-North American societies during the 1920s and continue to have ramifications into the twenty-first. The travelling exhibition The Rush and Roar! presents art works from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts which, made throughout the century since the Roaring Twenties, demonstrate the import of societal changes during that period and provide context for the rush and roar of the present age.

TREX Art Exhibit - The Rush and Roar

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

The Rush and Roar! opens a window on the past in order to comprehend and give context to current events and trends. Inspired by the centenary of the 1920s, often described as the Roaring Twenties, this exhibition utilizes the visual arts to explore some of the political, economic, technological and social/cultural changes which occurred in western Euro-North American societies during the 1920s and continue to have ramifications into the twenty-first. The travelling exhibition The Rush and Roar! presents art works from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts which, made throughout the century since the Roaring Twenties, demonstrate the import of societal changes during that period and provide context for the rush and roar of the present age.

Library Con 2021

Time: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Do you like science fiction, fantasy, steampunk, comics, gaming, or anime? Then come join us at our Annual Library Con!
 
This is a pop culture convention is taking place on Saturday, January 9th. So don your cape, grab your mask, jump in your TARDIS and join us at the Stuart MacPherson Public Library where we will have activities for all ages from 11-3:30pm including a costume contest.
 
Theme: Disney
 
Vendors and presenters TBA

TREX Art Exhibit - The Rush and Roar

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

The Rush and Roar! opens a window on the past in order to comprehend and give context to current events and trends. Inspired by the centenary of the 1920s, often described as the Roaring Twenties, this exhibition utilizes the visual arts to explore some of the political, economic, technological and social/cultural changes which occurred in western Euro-North American societies during the 1920s and continue to have ramifications into the twenty-first. The travelling exhibition The Rush and Roar! presents art works from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts which, made throughout the century since the Roaring Twenties, demonstrate the import of societal changes during that period and provide context for the rush and roar of the present age.

TREX Art Exhibit - The Rush and Roar

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

The Rush and Roar! opens a window on the past in order to comprehend and give context to current events and trends. Inspired by the centenary of the 1920s, often described as the Roaring Twenties, this exhibition utilizes the visual arts to explore some of the political, economic, technological and social/cultural changes which occurred in western Euro-North American societies during the 1920s and continue to have ramifications into the twenty-first. The travelling exhibition The Rush and Roar! presents art works from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts which, made throughout the century since the Roaring Twenties, demonstrate the import of societal changes during that period and provide context for the rush and roar of the present age.

TREX Art Exhibit - The Rush and Roar

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

The Rush and Roar! opens a window on the past in order to comprehend and give context to current events and trends. Inspired by the centenary of the 1920s, often described as the Roaring Twenties, this exhibition utilizes the visual arts to explore some of the political, economic, technological and social/cultural changes which occurred in western Euro-North American societies during the 1920s and continue to have ramifications into the twenty-first. The travelling exhibition The Rush and Roar! presents art works from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts which, made throughout the century since the Roaring Twenties, demonstrate the import of societal changes during that period and provide context for the rush and roar of the present age.

Rattle and Chat

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is held on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:30am. It is especially designed for ages 0-17 months and their caregivers and runs for 5-6 weeks.

Limited spots available, so registration is now required. Online form coming soon or call 780-623-7467.

Tentative Dates:

January 13th – May 26th (no session April 7)

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

TREX Art Exhibit - The Rush and Roar

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

The Rush and Roar! opens a window on the past in order to comprehend and give context to current events and trends. Inspired by the centenary of the 1920s, often described as the Roaring Twenties, this exhibition utilizes the visual arts to explore some of the political, economic, technological and social/cultural changes which occurred in western Euro-North American societies during the 1920s and continue to have ramifications into the twenty-first. The travelling exhibition The Rush and Roar! presents art works from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts which, made throughout the century since the Roaring Twenties, demonstrate the import of societal changes during that period and provide context for the rush and roar of the present age.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free drop in partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is designed for ages 0 to 5 and they must be accompanied by a caregiver.
 
Tentative Dates:
January 14th - June 10th (No program on Feb 11 or April 8)
 
Limited spots available, so call 780-623-7467 for more details or to register. Online registration form coming soon.
 
Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

TREX Art Exhibit - The Rush and Roar

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

The Rush and Roar! opens a window on the past in order to comprehend and give context to current events and trends. Inspired by the centenary of the 1920s, often described as the Roaring Twenties, this exhibition utilizes the visual arts to explore some of the political, economic, technological and social/cultural changes which occurred in western Euro-North American societies during the 1920s and continue to have ramifications into the twenty-first. The travelling exhibition The Rush and Roar! presents art works from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts which, made throughout the century since the Roaring Twenties, demonstrate the import of societal changes during that period and provide context for the rush and roar of the present age.

TREX Art Exhibit - The Rush and Roar

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

The Rush and Roar! opens a window on the past in order to comprehend and give context to current events and trends. Inspired by the centenary of the 1920s, often described as the Roaring Twenties, this exhibition utilizes the visual arts to explore some of the political, economic, technological and social/cultural changes which occurred in western Euro-North American societies during the 1920s and continue to have ramifications into the twenty-first. The travelling exhibition The Rush and Roar! presents art works from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts which, made throughout the century since the Roaring Twenties, demonstrate the import of societal changes during that period and provide context for the rush and roar of the present age.

TREX Art Exhibit - The Rush and Roar

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

The Rush and Roar! opens a window on the past in order to comprehend and give context to current events and trends. Inspired by the centenary of the 1920s, often described as the Roaring Twenties, this exhibition utilizes the visual arts to explore some of the political, economic, technological and social/cultural changes which occurred in western Euro-North American societies during the 1920s and continue to have ramifications into the twenty-first. The travelling exhibition The Rush and Roar! presents art works from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts which, made throughout the century since the Roaring Twenties, demonstrate the import of societal changes during that period and provide context for the rush and roar of the present age.

TREX Art Exhibit - The Rush and Roar

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

The Rush and Roar! opens a window on the past in order to comprehend and give context to current events and trends. Inspired by the centenary of the 1920s, often described as the Roaring Twenties, this exhibition utilizes the visual arts to explore some of the political, economic, technological and social/cultural changes which occurred in western Euro-North American societies during the 1920s and continue to have ramifications into the twenty-first. The travelling exhibition The Rush and Roar! presents art works from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts which, made throughout the century since the Roaring Twenties, demonstrate the import of societal changes during that period and provide context for the rush and roar of the present age.

TREX Art Exhibit - The Rush and Roar

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

The Rush and Roar! opens a window on the past in order to comprehend and give context to current events and trends. Inspired by the centenary of the 1920s, often described as the Roaring Twenties, this exhibition utilizes the visual arts to explore some of the political, economic, technological and social/cultural changes which occurred in western Euro-North American societies during the 1920s and continue to have ramifications into the twenty-first. The travelling exhibition The Rush and Roar! presents art works from the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts which, made throughout the century since the Roaring Twenties, demonstrate the import of societal changes during that period and provide context for the rush and roar of the present age.

Rattle and Chat

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is held on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:30am. It is especially designed for ages 0-17 months and their caregivers and runs for 5-6 weeks.

Limited spots available, so registration is now required. Online form coming soon or call 780-623-7467.

Tentative Dates:

January 13th – May 26th (no session April 7)

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free drop in partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is designed for ages 0 to 5 and they must be accompanied by a caregiver.
 
Tentative Dates:
January 14th - June 10th (No program on Feb 11 or April 8)
 
Limited spots available, so call 780-623-7467 for more details or to register. Online registration form coming soon.
 
Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Rattle and Chat

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is held on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:30am. It is especially designed for ages 0-17 months and their caregivers and runs for 5-6 weeks.

Limited spots available, so registration is now required. Online form coming soon or call 780-623-7467.

Tentative Dates:

January 13th – May 26th (no session April 7)

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

TREX Art Exhibit - Petra Mala Miller Portraits in Light

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Originally from the Czech Republic and now based in Lethbridge, Petra Malá Miller began her Portraits in Light series to become more acquainted with her new home in southeast Alberta. Her portraits represent the individuals she met throughout her community. They are portraits of friends, schoolmates, colleagues, students, and friends of friends.
 
Petra’s work explores the poetics of childhood, innocence, aging, memory, and loss and raises questions surrounding representation, cultural identity, the individual, the family, and the community. These works are quiet and powerful, and capture humanity’s vulnerability and strength. They express how we are all simultaneously similar but unique.
 
“My subjects are at once vulnerable and yielding. Each person’s appearance is clearly articulated, but his or her social status is cast in doubt, placed on the same symbolic level. Each person is depicted as if without clothing.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free drop in partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is designed for ages 0 to 5 and they must be accompanied by a caregiver.
 
Tentative Dates:
January 14th - June 10th (No program on Feb 11 or April 8)
 
Limited spots available, so call 780-623-7467 for more details or to register. Online registration form coming soon.
 
Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

TREX Art Exhibit - Petra Mala Miller Portraits in Light

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Originally from the Czech Republic and now based in Lethbridge, Petra Malá Miller began her Portraits in Light series to become more acquainted with her new home in southeast Alberta. Her portraits represent the individuals she met throughout her community. They are portraits of friends, schoolmates, colleagues, students, and friends of friends.
 
Petra’s work explores the poetics of childhood, innocence, aging, memory, and loss and raises questions surrounding representation, cultural identity, the individual, the family, and the community. These works are quiet and powerful, and capture humanity’s vulnerability and strength. They express how we are all simultaneously similar but unique.
 
“My subjects are at once vulnerable and yielding. Each person’s appearance is clearly articulated, but his or her social status is cast in doubt, placed on the same symbolic level. Each person is depicted as if without clothing.

TREX Art Exhibit - Petra Mala Miller Portraits in Light

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Originally from the Czech Republic and now based in Lethbridge, Petra Malá Miller began her Portraits in Light series to become more acquainted with her new home in southeast Alberta. Her portraits represent the individuals she met throughout her community. They are portraits of friends, schoolmates, colleagues, students, and friends of friends.
 
Petra’s work explores the poetics of childhood, innocence, aging, memory, and loss and raises questions surrounding representation, cultural identity, the individual, the family, and the community. These works are quiet and powerful, and capture humanity’s vulnerability and strength. They express how we are all simultaneously similar but unique.
 
“My subjects are at once vulnerable and yielding. Each person’s appearance is clearly articulated, but his or her social status is cast in doubt, placed on the same symbolic level. Each person is depicted as if without clothing.

TREX Art Exhibit - Petra Mala Miller Portraits in Light

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Originally from the Czech Republic and now based in Lethbridge, Petra Malá Miller began her Portraits in Light series to become more acquainted with her new home in southeast Alberta. Her portraits represent the individuals she met throughout her community. They are portraits of friends, schoolmates, colleagues, students, and friends of friends.
 
Petra’s work explores the poetics of childhood, innocence, aging, memory, and loss and raises questions surrounding representation, cultural identity, the individual, the family, and the community. These works are quiet and powerful, and capture humanity’s vulnerability and strength. They express how we are all simultaneously similar but unique.
 
“My subjects are at once vulnerable and yielding. Each person’s appearance is clearly articulated, but his or her social status is cast in doubt, placed on the same symbolic level. Each person is depicted as if without clothing.

TREX Art Exhibit - Petra Mala Miller Portraits in Light

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Originally from the Czech Republic and now based in Lethbridge, Petra Malá Miller began her Portraits in Light series to become more acquainted with her new home in southeast Alberta. Her portraits represent the individuals she met throughout her community. They are portraits of friends, schoolmates, colleagues, students, and friends of friends.
 
Petra’s work explores the poetics of childhood, innocence, aging, memory, and loss and raises questions surrounding representation, cultural identity, the individual, the family, and the community. These works are quiet and powerful, and capture humanity’s vulnerability and strength. They express how we are all simultaneously similar but unique.
 
“My subjects are at once vulnerable and yielding. Each person’s appearance is clearly articulated, but his or her social status is cast in doubt, placed on the same symbolic level. Each person is depicted as if without clothing.

TREX Art Exhibit - Petra Mala Miller Portraits in Light

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Originally from the Czech Republic and now based in Lethbridge, Petra Malá Miller began her Portraits in Light series to become more acquainted with her new home in southeast Alberta. Her portraits represent the individuals she met throughout her community. They are portraits of friends, schoolmates, colleagues, students, and friends of friends.
 
Petra’s work explores the poetics of childhood, innocence, aging, memory, and loss and raises questions surrounding representation, cultural identity, the individual, the family, and the community. These works are quiet and powerful, and capture humanity’s vulnerability and strength. They express how we are all simultaneously similar but unique.
 
“My subjects are at once vulnerable and yielding. Each person’s appearance is clearly articulated, but his or her social status is cast in doubt, placed on the same symbolic level. Each person is depicted as if without clothing.

Rattle and Chat

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is held on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:30am. It is especially designed for ages 0-17 months and their caregivers and runs for 5-6 weeks.

Limited spots available, so registration is now required. Online form coming soon or call 780-623-7467.

Tentative Dates:

January 13th – May 26th (no session April 7)

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

TREX Art Exhibit - Petra Mala Miller Portraits in Light

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Originally from the Czech Republic and now based in Lethbridge, Petra Malá Miller began her Portraits in Light series to become more acquainted with her new home in southeast Alberta. Her portraits represent the individuals she met throughout her community. They are portraits of friends, schoolmates, colleagues, students, and friends of friends.
 
Petra’s work explores the poetics of childhood, innocence, aging, memory, and loss and raises questions surrounding representation, cultural identity, the individual, the family, and the community. These works are quiet and powerful, and capture humanity’s vulnerability and strength. They express how we are all simultaneously similar but unique.
 
“My subjects are at once vulnerable and yielding. Each person’s appearance is clearly articulated, but his or her social status is cast in doubt, placed on the same symbolic level. Each person is depicted as if without clothing.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free drop in partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is designed for ages 0 to 5 and they must be accompanied by a caregiver.
 
Tentative Dates:
January 14th - June 10th (No program on Feb 11 or April 8)
 
Limited spots available, so call 780-623-7467 for more details or to register. Online registration form coming soon.
 
Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

TREX Art Exhibit - Petra Mala Miller Portraits in Light

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Originally from the Czech Republic and now based in Lethbridge, Petra Malá Miller began her Portraits in Light series to become more acquainted with her new home in southeast Alberta. Her portraits represent the individuals she met throughout her community. They are portraits of friends, schoolmates, colleagues, students, and friends of friends.
 
Petra’s work explores the poetics of childhood, innocence, aging, memory, and loss and raises questions surrounding representation, cultural identity, the individual, the family, and the community. These works are quiet and powerful, and capture humanity’s vulnerability and strength. They express how we are all simultaneously similar but unique.
 
“My subjects are at once vulnerable and yielding. Each person’s appearance is clearly articulated, but his or her social status is cast in doubt, placed on the same symbolic level. Each person is depicted as if without clothing.

TREX Art Exhibit - Petra Mala Miller Portraits in Light

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Originally from the Czech Republic and now based in Lethbridge, Petra Malá Miller began her Portraits in Light series to become more acquainted with her new home in southeast Alberta. Her portraits represent the individuals she met throughout her community. They are portraits of friends, schoolmates, colleagues, students, and friends of friends.
 
Petra’s work explores the poetics of childhood, innocence, aging, memory, and loss and raises questions surrounding representation, cultural identity, the individual, the family, and the community. These works are quiet and powerful, and capture humanity’s vulnerability and strength. They express how we are all simultaneously similar but unique.
 
“My subjects are at once vulnerable and yielding. Each person’s appearance is clearly articulated, but his or her social status is cast in doubt, placed on the same symbolic level. Each person is depicted as if without clothing.

2021 LEGO Competition

Time: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

2021 Lego Competition will be held on Saturday, February 8th at the Stuart MacPherson Public Library. Bring in your creation using your own plastic LEGO® Bricks and completed entry form between 10:00-3:00pm or drop by the library to create your entry that day using our Lego. Prizes and certificates will be awarded.
 
For more information please contact us at 780-623-7467.

TREX Art Exhibit - Petra Mala Miller Portraits in Light

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Originally from the Czech Republic and now based in Lethbridge, Petra Malá Miller began her Portraits in Light series to become more acquainted with her new home in southeast Alberta. Her portraits represent the individuals she met throughout her community. They are portraits of friends, schoolmates, colleagues, students, and friends of friends.
 
Petra’s work explores the poetics of childhood, innocence, aging, memory, and loss and raises questions surrounding representation, cultural identity, the individual, the family, and the community. These works are quiet and powerful, and capture humanity’s vulnerability and strength. They express how we are all simultaneously similar but unique.
 
“My subjects are at once vulnerable and yielding. Each person’s appearance is clearly articulated, but his or her social status is cast in doubt, placed on the same symbolic level. Each person is depicted as if without clothing.

TREX Art Exhibit - Petra Mala Miller Portraits in Light

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Originally from the Czech Republic and now based in Lethbridge, Petra Malá Miller began her Portraits in Light series to become more acquainted with her new home in southeast Alberta. Her portraits represent the individuals she met throughout her community. They are portraits of friends, schoolmates, colleagues, students, and friends of friends.
 
Petra’s work explores the poetics of childhood, innocence, aging, memory, and loss and raises questions surrounding representation, cultural identity, the individual, the family, and the community. These works are quiet and powerful, and capture humanity’s vulnerability and strength. They express how we are all simultaneously similar but unique.
 
“My subjects are at once vulnerable and yielding. Each person’s appearance is clearly articulated, but his or her social status is cast in doubt, placed on the same symbolic level. Each person is depicted as if without clothing.

TREX Art Exhibit - Petra Mala Miller Portraits in Light

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Originally from the Czech Republic and now based in Lethbridge, Petra Malá Miller began her Portraits in Light series to become more acquainted with her new home in southeast Alberta. Her portraits represent the individuals she met throughout her community. They are portraits of friends, schoolmates, colleagues, students, and friends of friends.
 
Petra’s work explores the poetics of childhood, innocence, aging, memory, and loss and raises questions surrounding representation, cultural identity, the individual, the family, and the community. These works are quiet and powerful, and capture humanity’s vulnerability and strength. They express how we are all simultaneously similar but unique.
 
“My subjects are at once vulnerable and yielding. Each person’s appearance is clearly articulated, but his or her social status is cast in doubt, placed on the same symbolic level. Each person is depicted as if without clothing.

Rattle and Chat

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is held on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:30am. It is especially designed for ages 0-17 months and their caregivers and runs for 5-6 weeks.

Limited spots available, so registration is now required. Online form coming soon or call 780-623-7467.

Tentative Dates:

January 13th – May 26th (no session April 7)

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

TREX Art Exhibit - Petra Mala Miller Portraits in Light

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Originally from the Czech Republic and now based in Lethbridge, Petra Malá Miller began her Portraits in Light series to become more acquainted with her new home in southeast Alberta. Her portraits represent the individuals she met throughout her community. They are portraits of friends, schoolmates, colleagues, students, and friends of friends.
 
Petra’s work explores the poetics of childhood, innocence, aging, memory, and loss and raises questions surrounding representation, cultural identity, the individual, the family, and the community. These works are quiet and powerful, and capture humanity’s vulnerability and strength. They express how we are all simultaneously similar but unique.
 
“My subjects are at once vulnerable and yielding. Each person’s appearance is clearly articulated, but his or her social status is cast in doubt, placed on the same symbolic level. Each person is depicted as if without clothing.

TREX Art Exhibit - Petra Mala Miller Portraits in Light

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Originally from the Czech Republic and now based in Lethbridge, Petra Malá Miller began her Portraits in Light series to become more acquainted with her new home in southeast Alberta. Her portraits represent the individuals she met throughout her community. They are portraits of friends, schoolmates, colleagues, students, and friends of friends.
 
Petra’s work explores the poetics of childhood, innocence, aging, memory, and loss and raises questions surrounding representation, cultural identity, the individual, the family, and the community. These works are quiet and powerful, and capture humanity’s vulnerability and strength. They express how we are all simultaneously similar but unique.
 
“My subjects are at once vulnerable and yielding. Each person’s appearance is clearly articulated, but his or her social status is cast in doubt, placed on the same symbolic level. Each person is depicted as if without clothing.

TREX Art Exhibit - Petra Mala Miller Portraits in Light

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Originally from the Czech Republic and now based in Lethbridge, Petra Malá Miller began her Portraits in Light series to become more acquainted with her new home in southeast Alberta. Her portraits represent the individuals she met throughout her community. They are portraits of friends, schoolmates, colleagues, students, and friends of friends.
 
Petra’s work explores the poetics of childhood, innocence, aging, memory, and loss and raises questions surrounding representation, cultural identity, the individual, the family, and the community. These works are quiet and powerful, and capture humanity’s vulnerability and strength. They express how we are all simultaneously similar but unique.
 
“My subjects are at once vulnerable and yielding. Each person’s appearance is clearly articulated, but his or her social status is cast in doubt, placed on the same symbolic level. Each person is depicted as if without clothing.

TREX Art Exhibit - Petra Mala Miller Portraits in Light

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Originally from the Czech Republic and now based in Lethbridge, Petra Malá Miller began her Portraits in Light series to become more acquainted with her new home in southeast Alberta. Her portraits represent the individuals she met throughout her community. They are portraits of friends, schoolmates, colleagues, students, and friends of friends.
 
Petra’s work explores the poetics of childhood, innocence, aging, memory, and loss and raises questions surrounding representation, cultural identity, the individual, the family, and the community. These works are quiet and powerful, and capture humanity’s vulnerability and strength. They express how we are all simultaneously similar but unique.
 
“My subjects are at once vulnerable and yielding. Each person’s appearance is clearly articulated, but his or her social status is cast in doubt, placed on the same symbolic level. Each person is depicted as if without clothing.

TREX Art Exhibit - Petra Mala Miller Portraits in Light

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Originally from the Czech Republic and now based in Lethbridge, Petra Malá Miller began her Portraits in Light series to become more acquainted with her new home in southeast Alberta. Her portraits represent the individuals she met throughout her community. They are portraits of friends, schoolmates, colleagues, students, and friends of friends.
 
Petra’s work explores the poetics of childhood, innocence, aging, memory, and loss and raises questions surrounding representation, cultural identity, the individual, the family, and the community. These works are quiet and powerful, and capture humanity’s vulnerability and strength. They express how we are all simultaneously similar but unique.
 
“My subjects are at once vulnerable and yielding. Each person’s appearance is clearly articulated, but his or her social status is cast in doubt, placed on the same symbolic level. Each person is depicted as if without clothing.

Chicka Chicka Book Club

Time: 10:30 am - 10:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Registration for this partner program between the Lac Biche County Libraries, FCSS Young Family Connections and Alberta Health Services is required for each 10 week session. This program is designed for ages 18-35 months and children need to be accompanied by their caregiver.

Tentative Dates:

Book Club – February 17th – April 28th (No session April 7)

Limited spots available, so call 780-623-7467 for more details or to register up an upcoming session. Online registration form coming soon.

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Rattle and Chat

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is held on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:30am. It is especially designed for ages 0-17 months and their caregivers and runs for 5-6 weeks.

Limited spots available, so registration is now required. Online form coming soon or call 780-623-7467.

Tentative Dates:

January 13th – May 26th (no session April 7)

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

TREX Art Exhibit - Petra Mala Miller Portraits in Light

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Originally from the Czech Republic and now based in Lethbridge, Petra Malá Miller began her Portraits in Light series to become more acquainted with her new home in southeast Alberta. Her portraits represent the individuals she met throughout her community. They are portraits of friends, schoolmates, colleagues, students, and friends of friends.
 
Petra’s work explores the poetics of childhood, innocence, aging, memory, and loss and raises questions surrounding representation, cultural identity, the individual, the family, and the community. These works are quiet and powerful, and capture humanity’s vulnerability and strength. They express how we are all simultaneously similar but unique.
 
“My subjects are at once vulnerable and yielding. Each person’s appearance is clearly articulated, but his or her social status is cast in doubt, placed on the same symbolic level. Each person is depicted as if without clothing.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free drop in partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is designed for ages 0 to 5 and they must be accompanied by a caregiver.
 
Tentative Dates:
January 14th - June 10th (No program on Feb 11 or April 8)
 
Limited spots available, so call 780-623-7467 for more details or to register. Online registration form coming soon.
 
Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Read and Roll

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This 7 week partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries, FCSS Young Family Connections and Alberta Health Services specially designed for children aged 3 & 4. Come read books and then roll with activities to explore the story concepts!

Registration required, please call 780-623-7467 for more details. Online registration form coming soon.

Session #1 – February 18th – March 25th
Session #2 – April 15th – May 20th

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

TREX Art Exhibit - Petra Mala Miller Portraits in Light

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Originally from the Czech Republic and now based in Lethbridge, Petra Malá Miller began her Portraits in Light series to become more acquainted with her new home in southeast Alberta. Her portraits represent the individuals she met throughout her community. They are portraits of friends, schoolmates, colleagues, students, and friends of friends.
 
Petra’s work explores the poetics of childhood, innocence, aging, memory, and loss and raises questions surrounding representation, cultural identity, the individual, the family, and the community. These works are quiet and powerful, and capture humanity’s vulnerability and strength. They express how we are all simultaneously similar but unique.
 
“My subjects are at once vulnerable and yielding. Each person’s appearance is clearly articulated, but his or her social status is cast in doubt, placed on the same symbolic level. Each person is depicted as if without clothing.

TREX Art Exhibit - Petra Mala Miller Portraits in Light

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Originally from the Czech Republic and now based in Lethbridge, Petra Malá Miller began her Portraits in Light series to become more acquainted with her new home in southeast Alberta. Her portraits represent the individuals she met throughout her community. They are portraits of friends, schoolmates, colleagues, students, and friends of friends.
 
Petra’s work explores the poetics of childhood, innocence, aging, memory, and loss and raises questions surrounding representation, cultural identity, the individual, the family, and the community. These works are quiet and powerful, and capture humanity’s vulnerability and strength. They express how we are all simultaneously similar but unique.
 
“My subjects are at once vulnerable and yielding. Each person’s appearance is clearly articulated, but his or her social status is cast in doubt, placed on the same symbolic level. Each person is depicted as if without clothing.

TREX Art Exhibit - Petra Mala Miller Portraits in Light

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Originally from the Czech Republic and now based in Lethbridge, Petra Malá Miller began her Portraits in Light series to become more acquainted with her new home in southeast Alberta. Her portraits represent the individuals she met throughout her community. They are portraits of friends, schoolmates, colleagues, students, and friends of friends.
 
Petra’s work explores the poetics of childhood, innocence, aging, memory, and loss and raises questions surrounding representation, cultural identity, the individual, the family, and the community. These works are quiet and powerful, and capture humanity’s vulnerability and strength. They express how we are all simultaneously similar but unique.
 
“My subjects are at once vulnerable and yielding. Each person’s appearance is clearly articulated, but his or her social status is cast in doubt, placed on the same symbolic level. Each person is depicted as if without clothing.

Steampunkery: A STEAM Program

Time: 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Different STEAM projects/activities will be worked on once a month, on select Mondays throughout September 2020 – June 2021.


Proposed Activities/ Projects:


2020
Sept 14th Lava Lamp
Oct 19th Brushbot/Bristlebot
Nov 23rd Circuit Stickers/Letters to Santa
Dec 14th Chocolate Class


2021
Jan 11th Hand Stamping
Feb 22nd Geo Board Patterns
Mar 15th Marshmallow/Jellybean Tower
April 12th Marbling with Oil/Layering Liquids
May 10th Mousetrap Car Derby
Jun 14th Egg-O-Naut


Other possible projects:
Popsicle Bridge/Ferris Wheel
Tessellation
How Strong is Spaghetti?
Sound Sandwich

TREX Art Exhibit - Petra Mala Miller Portraits in Light

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Originally from the Czech Republic and now based in Lethbridge, Petra Malá Miller began her Portraits in Light series to become more acquainted with her new home in southeast Alberta. Her portraits represent the individuals she met throughout her community. They are portraits of friends, schoolmates, colleagues, students, and friends of friends.
 
Petra’s work explores the poetics of childhood, innocence, aging, memory, and loss and raises questions surrounding representation, cultural identity, the individual, the family, and the community. These works are quiet and powerful, and capture humanity’s vulnerability and strength. They express how we are all simultaneously similar but unique.
 
“My subjects are at once vulnerable and yielding. Each person’s appearance is clearly articulated, but his or her social status is cast in doubt, placed on the same symbolic level. Each person is depicted as if without clothing.

TREX Art Exhibit - Petra Mala Miller Portraits in Light

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Originally from the Czech Republic and now based in Lethbridge, Petra Malá Miller began her Portraits in Light series to become more acquainted with her new home in southeast Alberta. Her portraits represent the individuals she met throughout her community. They are portraits of friends, schoolmates, colleagues, students, and friends of friends.
 
Petra’s work explores the poetics of childhood, innocence, aging, memory, and loss and raises questions surrounding representation, cultural identity, the individual, the family, and the community. These works are quiet and powerful, and capture humanity’s vulnerability and strength. They express how we are all simultaneously similar but unique.
 
“My subjects are at once vulnerable and yielding. Each person’s appearance is clearly articulated, but his or her social status is cast in doubt, placed on the same symbolic level. Each person is depicted as if without clothing.

Chicka Chicka Book Club

Time: 10:30 am - 10:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Registration for this partner program between the Lac Biche County Libraries, FCSS Young Family Connections and Alberta Health Services is required for each 10 week session. This program is designed for ages 18-35 months and children need to be accompanied by their caregiver.

Tentative Dates:

Book Club – February 17th – April 28th (No session April 7)

Limited spots available, so call 780-623-7467 for more details or to register up an upcoming session. Online registration form coming soon.

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Rattle and Chat

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is held on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:30am. It is especially designed for ages 0-17 months and their caregivers and runs for 5-6 weeks.

Limited spots available, so registration is now required. Online form coming soon or call 780-623-7467.

Tentative Dates:

January 13th – May 26th (no session April 7)

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free drop in partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is designed for ages 0 to 5 and they must be accompanied by a caregiver.
 
Tentative Dates:
January 14th - June 10th (No program on Feb 11 or April 8)
 
Limited spots available, so call 780-623-7467 for more details or to register. Online registration form coming soon.
 
Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Read and Roll

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This 7 week partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries, FCSS Young Family Connections and Alberta Health Services specially designed for children aged 3 & 4. Come read books and then roll with activities to explore the story concepts!

Registration required, please call 780-623-7467 for more details. Online registration form coming soon.

Session #1 – February 18th – March 25th
Session #2 – April 15th – May 20th

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Ladies Night

Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Come paint a masterpiece, get crafty, socialize, and discover something new. This after-hours event for girls/ladies 13 and older. Pre-registration is required and donations are gratefully appreciated.

Activities and services that evening may include:
Mindfullness
Nail Art
New Age Healing
Craft
Bath Bombs or Bath oils
Games Table
Photo Booth
Small ID tags
Paint the Night with Artist Melanie Braund
Handstamping Bracelet with Maureen Penn
Finger knitting
Meditaton – Anna Carroll

Registration is required three days prior to the event https://short.llbcl.ca/Ladiesnight

If you have any questions or wish to volunteer please contact the main branch at 780-623-7467.

Rattle and Chat

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is held on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:30am. It is especially designed for ages 0-17 months and their caregivers and runs for 5-6 weeks.

Limited spots available, so registration is now required. Online form coming soon or call 780-623-7467.

Tentative Dates:

January 13th – May 26th (no session April 7)

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Chicka Chicka Book Club

Time: 10:30 am - 10:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Registration for this partner program between the Lac Biche County Libraries, FCSS Young Family Connections and Alberta Health Services is required for each 10 week session. This program is designed for ages 18-35 months and children need to be accompanied by their caregiver.

Tentative Dates:

Book Club – February 17th – April 28th (No session April 7)

Limited spots available, so call 780-623-7467 for more details or to register up an upcoming session. Online registration form coming soon.

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free drop in partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is designed for ages 0 to 5 and they must be accompanied by a caregiver.
 
Tentative Dates:
January 14th - June 10th (No program on Feb 11 or April 8)
 
Limited spots available, so call 780-623-7467 for more details or to register. Online registration form coming soon.
 
Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Read and Roll

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This 7 week partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries, FCSS Young Family Connections and Alberta Health Services specially designed for children aged 3 & 4. Come read books and then roll with activities to explore the story concepts!

Registration required, please call 780-623-7467 for more details. Online registration form coming soon.

Session #1 – February 18th – March 25th
Session #2 – April 15th – May 20th

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Rattle and Chat

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is held on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:30am. It is especially designed for ages 0-17 months and their caregivers and runs for 5-6 weeks.

Limited spots available, so registration is now required. Online form coming soon or call 780-623-7467.

Tentative Dates:

January 13th – May 26th (no session April 7)

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Chicka Chicka Book Club

Time: 10:30 am - 10:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Registration for this partner program between the Lac Biche County Libraries, FCSS Young Family Connections and Alberta Health Services is required for each 10 week session. This program is designed for ages 18-35 months and children need to be accompanied by their caregiver.

Tentative Dates:

Book Club – February 17th – April 28th (No session April 7)

Limited spots available, so call 780-623-7467 for more details or to register up an upcoming session. Online registration form coming soon.

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free drop in partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is designed for ages 0 to 5 and they must be accompanied by a caregiver.
 
Tentative Dates:
January 14th - June 10th (No program on Feb 11 or April 8)
 
Limited spots available, so call 780-623-7467 for more details or to register. Online registration form coming soon.
 
Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Read and Roll

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This 7 week partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries, FCSS Young Family Connections and Alberta Health Services specially designed for children aged 3 & 4. Come read books and then roll with activities to explore the story concepts!

Registration required, please call 780-623-7467 for more details. Online registration form coming soon.

Session #1 – February 18th – March 25th
Session #2 – April 15th – May 20th

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Up Skills Sessions

Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

UP Skills for Work helps learners develop key employability skills through free workshops and downloadable workbooks. The nine topics covered are: Motivation, Attitude, Accountability, Presentation, Teamwork, Time Management, Adaptability, Stress Management, and Confidence.

Sessions on the following Fridays:

  1. Motivation March 12, 2021
  2. Attitude March 19, 2021 
  3. Accountability March 26, 2021 
  4. Presentation May 7, 2021 
  5. Teamwork May 14, 2021 
  6. Time Management May 21, 2021 
  7. Adaptability May 28, 2021 
  8. Stress Management June 4, 2021 
  9. Confidence June 11, 2021

Time: 10am to Noon 

Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library in the Wild Rose Room

Steampunkery: A STEAM Program

Time: 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Different STEAM projects/activities will be worked on once a month, on select Mondays throughout September 2020 – June 2021.


Proposed Activities/ Projects:


2020
Sept 14th Lava Lamp
Oct 19th Brushbot/Bristlebot
Nov 23rd Circuit Stickers/Letters to Santa
Dec 14th Chocolate Class


2021
Jan 11th Hand Stamping
Feb 22nd Geo Board Patterns
Mar 15th Marshmallow/Jellybean Tower
April 12th Marbling with Oil/Layering Liquids
May 10th Mousetrap Car Derby
Jun 14th Egg-O-Naut


Other possible projects:
Popsicle Bridge/Ferris Wheel
Tessellation
How Strong is Spaghetti?
Sound Sandwich

Rattle and Chat

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is held on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:30am. It is especially designed for ages 0-17 months and their caregivers and runs for 5-6 weeks.

Limited spots available, so registration is now required. Online form coming soon or call 780-623-7467.

Tentative Dates:

January 13th – May 26th (no session April 7)

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Chicka Chicka Book Club

Time: 10:30 am - 10:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Registration for this partner program between the Lac Biche County Libraries, FCSS Young Family Connections and Alberta Health Services is required for each 10 week session. This program is designed for ages 18-35 months and children need to be accompanied by their caregiver.

Tentative Dates:

Book Club – February 17th – April 28th (No session April 7)

Limited spots available, so call 780-623-7467 for more details or to register up an upcoming session. Online registration form coming soon.

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free drop in partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is designed for ages 0 to 5 and they must be accompanied by a caregiver.
 
Tentative Dates:
January 14th - June 10th (No program on Feb 11 or April 8)
 
Limited spots available, so call 780-623-7467 for more details or to register. Online registration form coming soon.
 
Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Read and Roll

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This 7 week partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries, FCSS Young Family Connections and Alberta Health Services specially designed for children aged 3 & 4. Come read books and then roll with activities to explore the story concepts!

Registration required, please call 780-623-7467 for more details. Online registration form coming soon.

Session #1 – February 18th – March 25th
Session #2 – April 15th – May 20th

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Up Skills Sessions

Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

UP Skills for Work helps learners develop key employability skills through free workshops and downloadable workbooks. The nine topics covered are: Motivation, Attitude, Accountability, Presentation, Teamwork, Time Management, Adaptability, Stress Management, and Confidence.

Sessions on the following Fridays:

  1. Motivation March 12, 2021
  2. Attitude March 19, 2021 
  3. Accountability March 26, 2021 
  4. Presentation May 7, 2021 
  5. Teamwork May 14, 2021 
  6. Time Management May 21, 2021 
  7. Adaptability May 28, 2021 
  8. Stress Management June 4, 2021 
  9. Confidence June 11, 2021

Time: 10am to Noon 

Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library in the Wild Rose Room

Chicka Chicka Book Club

Time: 10:30 am - 10:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Registration for this partner program between the Lac Biche County Libraries, FCSS Young Family Connections and Alberta Health Services is required for each 10 week session. This program is designed for ages 18-35 months and children need to be accompanied by their caregiver.

Tentative Dates:

Book Club – February 17th – April 28th (No session April 7)

Limited spots available, so call 780-623-7467 for more details or to register up an upcoming session. Online registration form coming soon.

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Rattle and Chat

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is held on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:30am. It is especially designed for ages 0-17 months and their caregivers and runs for 5-6 weeks.

Limited spots available, so registration is now required. Online form coming soon or call 780-623-7467.

Tentative Dates:

January 13th – May 26th (no session April 7)

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free drop in partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is designed for ages 0 to 5 and they must be accompanied by a caregiver.
 
Tentative Dates:
January 14th - June 10th (No program on Feb 11 or April 8)
 
Limited spots available, so call 780-623-7467 for more details or to register. Online registration form coming soon.
 
Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Read and Roll

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This 7 week partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries, FCSS Young Family Connections and Alberta Health Services specially designed for children aged 3 & 4. Come read books and then roll with activities to explore the story concepts!

Registration required, please call 780-623-7467 for more details. Online registration form coming soon.

Session #1 – February 18th – March 25th
Session #2 – April 15th – May 20th

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Up Skills Sessions

Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

UP Skills for Work helps learners develop key employability skills through free workshops and downloadable workbooks. The nine topics covered are: Motivation, Attitude, Accountability, Presentation, Teamwork, Time Management, Adaptability, Stress Management, and Confidence.

Sessions on the following Fridays:

  1. Motivation March 12, 2021
  2. Attitude March 19, 2021 
  3. Accountability March 26, 2021 
  4. Presentation May 7, 2021 
  5. Teamwork May 14, 2021 
  6. Time Management May 21, 2021 
  7. Adaptability May 28, 2021 
  8. Stress Management June 4, 2021 
  9. Confidence June 11, 2021

Time: 10am to Noon 

Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library in the Wild Rose Room

Ladies Night

Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Come paint a masterpiece, get crafty, socialize, and discover something new. This after-hours event for girls/ladies 13 and older. Pre-registration is required and donations are gratefully appreciated.

Activities and services that evening may include:
Mindfullness
Nail Art
New Age Healing
Craft
Bath Bombs or Bath oils
Games Table
Photo Booth
Small ID tags
Paint the Night with Artist Melanie Braund
Handstamping Bracelet with Maureen Penn
Finger knitting
Meditaton – Anna Carroll

Registration is required three days prior to the event https://short.llbcl.ca/Ladiesnight

If you have any questions or wish to volunteer please contact the main branch at 780-623-7467.

Rattle and Chat

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is held on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:30am. It is especially designed for ages 0-17 months and their caregivers and runs for 5-6 weeks.

Limited spots available, so registration is now required. Online form coming soon or call 780-623-7467.

Tentative Dates:

January 13th – May 26th (no session April 7)

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Chicka Chicka Book Club

Time: 10:30 am - 10:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Registration for this partner program between the Lac Biche County Libraries, FCSS Young Family Connections and Alberta Health Services is required for each 10 week session. This program is designed for ages 18-35 months and children need to be accompanied by their caregiver.

Tentative Dates:

Book Club – February 17th – April 28th (No session April 7)

Limited spots available, so call 780-623-7467 for more details or to register up an upcoming session. Online registration form coming soon.

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free drop in partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is designed for ages 0 to 5 and they must be accompanied by a caregiver.
 
Tentative Dates:
January 14th - June 10th (No program on Feb 11 or April 8)
 
Limited spots available, so call 780-623-7467 for more details or to register. Online registration form coming soon.
 
Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Steampunkery: A STEAM Program

Time: 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Different STEAM projects/activities will be worked on once a month, on select Mondays throughout September 2020 – June 2021.


Proposed Activities/ Projects:

2020
Sept 14th Lava Lamp
Oct 19th Brushbot/Bristlebot
Nov 23rd Circuit Stickers/Letters to Santa
Dec 14th Chocolate Class

2021
Jan 11th Hand Stamping
Feb 22nd Geo Board Patterns
Mar 15th Marshmallow/Jellybean Tower
April 12th Marbling with Oil/Layering Liquids
May 10th Mousetrap Car Derby
Jun 14th Egg-O-Naut


Other possible projects:
Popsicle Bridge/Ferris Wheel
Tessellation
How Strong is Spaghetti?
Sound Sandwich

Rattle and Chat

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is held on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:30am. It is especially designed for ages 0-17 months and their caregivers and runs for 5-6 weeks.

Limited spots available, so registration is now required. Online form coming soon or call 780-623-7467.

Tentative Dates:

January 13th – May 26th (no session April 7)

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Chicka Chicka Book Club

Time: 10:30 am - 10:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Registration for this partner program between the Lac Biche County Libraries, FCSS Young Family Connections and Alberta Health Services is required for each 10 week session. This program is designed for ages 18-35 months and children need to be accompanied by their caregiver.

Tentative Dates:

Book Club – February 17th – April 28th (No session April 7)

Limited spots available, so call 780-623-7467 for more details or to register up an upcoming session. Online registration form coming soon.

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free drop in partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is designed for ages 0 to 5 and they must be accompanied by a caregiver.
 
Tentative Dates:
January 14th - June 10th (No program on Feb 11 or April 8)
 
Limited spots available, so call 780-623-7467 for more details or to register. Online registration form coming soon.
 
Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Read and Roll

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This 7 week partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries, FCSS Young Family Connections and Alberta Health Services specially designed for children aged 3 & 4. Come read books and then roll with activities to explore the story concepts!

Registration required, please call 780-623-7467 for more details. Online registration form coming soon.

Session #1 – February 18th – March 25th
Session #2 – April 15th – May 20th

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Rattle and Chat

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is held on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:30am. It is especially designed for ages 0-17 months and their caregivers and runs for 5-6 weeks.

Limited spots available, so registration is now required. Online form coming soon or call 780-623-7467.

Tentative Dates:

January 13th – May 26th (no session April 7)

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Chicka Chicka Book Club

Time: 10:30 am - 10:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Registration for this partner program between the Lac Biche County Libraries, FCSS Young Family Connections and Alberta Health Services is required for each 10 week session. This program is designed for ages 18-35 months and children need to be accompanied by their caregiver.

Tentative Dates:

Book Club – February 17th – April 28th (No session April 7)

Limited spots available, so call 780-623-7467 for more details or to register up an upcoming session. Online registration form coming soon.

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free drop in partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is designed for ages 0 to 5 and they must be accompanied by a caregiver.
 
Tentative Dates:
January 14th - June 10th (No program on Feb 11 or April 8)
 
Limited spots available, so call 780-623-7467 for more details or to register. Online registration form coming soon.
 
Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Read and Roll

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This 7 week partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries, FCSS Young Family Connections and Alberta Health Services specially designed for children aged 3 & 4. Come read books and then roll with activities to explore the story concepts!

Registration required, please call 780-623-7467 for more details. Online registration form coming soon.

Session #1 – February 18th – March 25th
Session #2 – April 15th – May 20th

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Rattle and Chat

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is held on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:30am. It is especially designed for ages 0-17 months and their caregivers and runs for 5-6 weeks.

Limited spots available, so registration is now required. Online form coming soon or call 780-623-7467.

Tentative Dates:

January 13th – May 26th (no session April 7)

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Chicka Chicka Book Club

Time: 10:30 am - 10:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Registration for this partner program between the Lac Biche County Libraries, FCSS Young Family Connections and Alberta Health Services is required for each 10 week session. This program is designed for ages 18-35 months and children need to be accompanied by their caregiver.

Tentative Dates:

Book Club – February 17th – April 28th (No session April 7)

Limited spots available, so call 780-623-7467 for more details or to register up an upcoming session. Online registration form coming soon.

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free drop in partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is designed for ages 0 to 5 and they must be accompanied by a caregiver.
 
Tentative Dates:
January 14th - June 10th (No program on Feb 11 or April 8)
 
Limited spots available, so call 780-623-7467 for more details or to register. Online registration form coming soon.
 
Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Read and Roll

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This 7 week partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries, FCSS Young Family Connections and Alberta Health Services specially designed for children aged 3 & 4. Come read books and then roll with activities to explore the story concepts!

Registration required, please call 780-623-7467 for more details. Online registration form coming soon.

Session #1 – February 18th – March 25th
Session #2 – April 15th – May 20th

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Ladies Night

Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Come paint a masterpiece, get crafty, socialize, and discover something new. This after-hours event for girls/ladies 13 and older. Pre-registration is required and donations are gratefully appreciated.

Activities and services that evening may include:
Mindfullness
Nail Art
New Age Healing
Craft
Bath Bombs or Bath oils
Games Table
Photo Booth
Small ID tags
Paint the Night with Artist Melanie Braund
Handstamping Bracelet with Maureen Penn
Finger knitting
Meditaton – Anna Carroll

Registration is required three days prior to the event https://short.llbcl.ca/Ladiesnight

If you have any questions or wish to volunteer please contact the main branch at 780-623-7467.

Rattle and Chat

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is held on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:30am. It is especially designed for ages 0-17 months and their caregivers and runs for 5-6 weeks.

Limited spots available, so registration is now required. Online form coming soon or call 780-623-7467.

Tentative Dates:

January 13th – May 26th (no session April 7)

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free drop in partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is designed for ages 0 to 5 and they must be accompanied by a caregiver.
 
Tentative Dates:
January 14th - June 10th (No program on Feb 11 or April 8)
 
Limited spots available, so call 780-623-7467 for more details or to register. Online registration form coming soon.
 
Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Read and Roll

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This 7 week partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries, FCSS Young Family Connections and Alberta Health Services specially designed for children aged 3 & 4. Come read books and then roll with activities to explore the story concepts!

Registration required, please call 780-623-7467 for more details. Online registration form coming soon.

Session #1 – February 18th – March 25th
Session #2 – April 15th – May 20th

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Up Skills Sessions

Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

UP Skills for Work helps learners develop key employability skills through free workshops and downloadable workbooks. The nine topics covered are: Motivation, Attitude, Accountability, Presentation, Teamwork, Time Management, Adaptability, Stress Management, and Confidence.

Sessions on the following Fridays:

  1. Motivation March 12, 2021
  2. Attitude March 19, 2021 
  3. Accountability March 26, 2021 
  4. Presentation May 7, 2021 
  5. Teamwork May 14, 2021 
  6. Time Management May 21, 2021 
  7. Adaptability May 28, 2021 
  8. Stress Management June 4, 2021 
  9. Confidence June 11, 2021

Time: 10am to Noon 

Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library in the Wild Rose Room

 

Steampunkery: A STEAM Program

Time: 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Different STEAM projects/activities will be worked on once a month, on select Mondays throughout September 2020 – June 2021.


Proposed Activities/ Projects:

2020
Sept 14th Lava Lamp
Oct 19th Brushbot/Bristlebot
Nov 23rd Circuit Stickers/Letters to Santa
Dec 14th Chocolate Class

2021
Jan 11th Hand Stamping
Feb 22nd Geo Board Patterns
Mar 15th Marshmallow/Jellybean Tower
April 12th Marbling with Oil/Layering Liquids
May 10th Mousetrap Car Derby
Jun 14th Egg-O-Naut


Other possible projects:
Popsicle Bridge/Ferris Wheel
Tessellation
How Strong is Spaghetti?
Sound Sandwich

Rattle and Chat

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is held on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:30am. It is especially designed for ages 0-17 months and their caregivers and runs for 5-6 weeks.

Limited spots available, so registration is now required. Online form coming soon or call 780-623-7467.

Tentative Dates:

January 13th – May 26th (no session April 7)

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free drop in partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is designed for ages 0 to 5 and they must be accompanied by a caregiver.
 
Tentative Dates:
January 14th - June 10th (No program on Feb 11 or April 8)
 
Limited spots available, so call 780-623-7467 for more details or to register. Online registration form coming soon.
 
Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Read and Roll

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This 7 week partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries, FCSS Young Family Connections and Alberta Health Services specially designed for children aged 3 & 4. Come read books and then roll with activities to explore the story concepts!

Registration required, please call 780-623-7467 for more details. Online registration form coming soon.

Session #1 – February 18th – March 25th
Session #2 – April 15th – May 20th

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Up Skills Sessions

Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

UP Skills for Work helps learners develop key employability skills through free workshops and downloadable workbooks. The nine topics covered are: Motivation, Attitude, Accountability, Presentation, Teamwork, Time Management, Adaptability, Stress Management, and Confidence.

Sessions on the following Fridays:

  1. Motivation March 12, 2021
  2. Attitude March 19, 2021 
  3. Accountability March 26, 2021 
  4. Presentation May 7, 2021 
  5. Teamwork May 14, 2021 
  6. Time Management May 21, 2021 
  7. Adaptability May 28, 2021 
  8. Stress Management June 4, 2021 
  9. Confidence June 11, 2021

Time: 10am to Noon 

Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library in the Wild Rose Room

 

Rattle and Chat

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is held on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:30am. It is especially designed for ages 0-17 months and their caregivers and runs for 5-6 weeks.

Limited spots available, so registration is now required. Online form coming soon or call 780-623-7467.

Tentative Dates:

January 13th – May 26th (no session April 7)

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free drop in partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is designed for ages 0 to 5 and they must be accompanied by a caregiver.
 
Tentative Dates:
January 14th - June 10th (No program on Feb 11 or April 8)
 
Limited spots available, so call 780-623-7467 for more details or to register. Online registration form coming soon.
 
Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Read and Roll

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This 7 week partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries, FCSS Young Family Connections and Alberta Health Services specially designed for children aged 3 & 4. Come read books and then roll with activities to explore the story concepts!

Registration required, please call 780-623-7467 for more details. Online registration form coming soon.

Session #1 – February 18th – March 25th
Session #2 – April 15th – May 20th

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

Up Skills Sessions

Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

UP Skills for Work helps learners develop key employability skills through free workshops and downloadable workbooks. The nine topics covered are: Motivation, Attitude, Accountability, Presentation, Teamwork, Time Management, Adaptability, Stress Management, and Confidence.

Sessions on the following Fridays:

  1. Motivation March 12, 2021
  2. Attitude March 19, 2021 
  3. Accountability March 26, 2021 
  4. Presentation May 7, 2021 
  5. Teamwork May 14, 2021 
  6. Time Management May 21, 2021 
  7. Adaptability May 28, 2021 
  8. Stress Management June 4, 2021 
  9. Confidence June 11, 2021

Time: 10am to Noon 

Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library in the Wild Rose Room

 

TREX Art Exhibit - … fire and frost

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Though necessary for living, our memories are duplicitous. They can be like fire – bold or burning us up with longing or regret – or like frost – giving us either pause for quiet reflection or chilling us to the bone. The Alberta Foundation for the Arts Travelling Exhibition …fire and frost explores memory; presenting the work of three contemporary artists who, through the lens of a camera or mixed media expressions, document past and present experiences, objects and places to capture time and awaken memories that are universal in nature.
 
The artists whose works are presented in the exhibition …fire and frost devote much of their creativity to exploring ‘place’: focusing on urban landscapes and family narratives, structures and their interrelationships with the natural environment, or the history of specific places and the personal memories evoked by this ‘documentation’.

 

TREX Art Exhibit - … fire and frost

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Though necessary for living, our memories are duplicitous. They can be like fire – bold or burning us up with longing or regret – or like frost – giving us either pause for quiet reflection or chilling us to the bone. The Alberta Foundation for the Arts Travelling Exhibition …fire and frost explores memory; presenting the work of three contemporary artists who, through the lens of a camera or mixed media expressions, document past and present experiences, objects and places to capture time and awaken memories that are universal in nature.
 
The artists whose works are presented in the exhibition …fire and frost devote much of their creativity to exploring ‘place’: focusing on urban landscapes and family narratives, structures and their interrelationships with the natural environment, or the history of specific places and the personal memories evoked by this ‘documentation’.

 

Rattle and Chat

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is held on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:30am. It is especially designed for ages 0-17 months and their caregivers and runs for 5-6 weeks.

Limited spots available, so registration is now required. Online form coming soon or call 780-623-7467.

Tentative Dates:

January 13th – May 26th (no session April 7)

Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

TREX Art Exhibit - … fire and frost

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Though necessary for living, our memories are duplicitous. They can be like fire – bold or burning us up with longing or regret – or like frost – giving us either pause for quiet reflection or chilling us to the bone. The Alberta Foundation for the Arts Travelling Exhibition …fire and frost explores memory; presenting the work of three contemporary artists who, through the lens of a camera or mixed media expressions, document past and present experiences, objects and places to capture time and awaken memories that are universal in nature.
 
The artists whose works are presented in the exhibition …fire and frost devote much of their creativity to exploring ‘place’: focusing on urban landscapes and family narratives, structures and their interrelationships with the natural environment, or the history of specific places and the personal memories evoked by this ‘documentation’.

 

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free drop in partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is designed for ages 0 to 5 and they must be accompanied by a caregiver.
 
Tentative Dates:
January 14th - June 10th (No program on Feb 11 or April 8)
 
Limited spots available, so call 780-623-7467 for more details or to register. Online registration form coming soon.
 
Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

TREX Art Exhibit - … fire and frost

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Though necessary for living, our memories are duplicitous. They can be like fire – bold or burning us up with longing or regret – or like frost – giving us either pause for quiet reflection or chilling us to the bone. The Alberta Foundation for the Arts Travelling Exhibition …fire and frost explores memory; presenting the work of three contemporary artists who, through the lens of a camera or mixed media expressions, document past and present experiences, objects and places to capture time and awaken memories that are universal in nature.
 
The artists whose works are presented in the exhibition …fire and frost devote much of their creativity to exploring ‘place’: focusing on urban landscapes and family narratives, structures and their interrelationships with the natural environment, or the history of specific places and the personal memories evoked by this ‘documentation’.

 

Up Skills Sessions

Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

UP Skills for Work helps learners develop key employability skills through free workshops and downloadable workbooks. The nine topics covered are: Motivation, Attitude, Accountability, Presentation, Teamwork, Time Management, Adaptability, Stress Management, and Confidence.

Sessions on the following Fridays:

  1. Motivation March 12, 2021
  2. Attitude March 19, 2021 
  3. Accountability March 26, 2021 
  4. Presentation May 7, 2021 
  5. Teamwork May 14, 2021 
  6. Time Management May 21, 2021 
  7. Adaptability May 28, 2021 
  8. Stress Management June 4, 2021 
  9. Confidence June 11, 2021

Time: 10am to Noon 

Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library in the Wild Rose Room

 

TREX Art Exhibit - … fire and frost

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Though necessary for living, our memories are duplicitous. They can be like fire – bold or burning us up with longing or regret – or like frost – giving us either pause for quiet reflection or chilling us to the bone. The Alberta Foundation for the Arts Travelling Exhibition …fire and frost explores memory; presenting the work of three contemporary artists who, through the lens of a camera or mixed media expressions, document past and present experiences, objects and places to capture time and awaken memories that are universal in nature.
 
The artists whose works are presented in the exhibition …fire and frost devote much of their creativity to exploring ‘place’: focusing on urban landscapes and family narratives, structures and their interrelationships with the natural environment, or the history of specific places and the personal memories evoked by this ‘documentation’.

 

TREX Art Exhibit - … fire and frost

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Though necessary for living, our memories are duplicitous. They can be like fire – bold or burning us up with longing or regret – or like frost – giving us either pause for quiet reflection or chilling us to the bone. The Alberta Foundation for the Arts Travelling Exhibition …fire and frost explores memory; presenting the work of three contemporary artists who, through the lens of a camera or mixed media expressions, document past and present experiences, objects and places to capture time and awaken memories that are universal in nature.
 
The artists whose works are presented in the exhibition …fire and frost devote much of their creativity to exploring ‘place’: focusing on urban landscapes and family narratives, structures and their interrelationships with the natural environment, or the history of specific places and the personal memories evoked by this ‘documentation’.

 

TREX Art Exhibit - … fire and frost

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Though necessary for living, our memories are duplicitous. They can be like fire – bold or burning us up with longing or regret – or like frost – giving us either pause for quiet reflection or chilling us to the bone. The Alberta Foundation for the Arts Travelling Exhibition …fire and frost explores memory; presenting the work of three contemporary artists who, through the lens of a camera or mixed media expressions, document past and present experiences, objects and places to capture time and awaken memories that are universal in nature.
 
The artists whose works are presented in the exhibition …fire and frost devote much of their creativity to exploring ‘place’: focusing on urban landscapes and family narratives, structures and their interrelationships with the natural environment, or the history of specific places and the personal memories evoked by this ‘documentation’.

 

TREX Art Exhibit - … fire and frost

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Though necessary for living, our memories are duplicitous. They can be like fire – bold or burning us up with longing or regret – or like frost – giving us either pause for quiet reflection or chilling us to the bone. The Alberta Foundation for the Arts Travelling Exhibition …fire and frost explores memory; presenting the work of three contemporary artists who, through the lens of a camera or mixed media expressions, document past and present experiences, objects and places to capture time and awaken memories that are universal in nature.
 
The artists whose works are presented in the exhibition …fire and frost devote much of their creativity to exploring ‘place’: focusing on urban landscapes and family narratives, structures and their interrelationships with the natural environment, or the history of specific places and the personal memories evoked by this ‘documentation’.

 

TREX Art Exhibit - … fire and frost

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Though necessary for living, our memories are duplicitous. They can be like fire – bold or burning us up with longing or regret – or like frost – giving us either pause for quiet reflection or chilling us to the bone. The Alberta Foundation for the Arts Travelling Exhibition …fire and frost explores memory; presenting the work of three contemporary artists who, through the lens of a camera or mixed media expressions, document past and present experiences, objects and places to capture time and awaken memories that are universal in nature.
 
The artists whose works are presented in the exhibition …fire and frost devote much of their creativity to exploring ‘place’: focusing on urban landscapes and family narratives, structures and their interrelationships with the natural environment, or the history of specific places and the personal memories evoked by this ‘documentation’.

 

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

This free drop in partner program between the Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is designed for ages 0 to 5 and they must be accompanied by a caregiver.
 
Tentative Dates:
January 14th - June 10th (No program on Feb 11 or April 8)
 
Limited spots available, so call 780-623-7467 for more details or to register. Online registration form coming soon.
 
Note: Program delivery may be different depending on current AHS guidelines.

TREX Art Exhibit - … fire and frost

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Though necessary for living, our memories are duplicitous. They can be like fire – bold or burning us up with longing or regret – or like frost – giving us either pause for quiet reflection or chilling us to the bone. The Alberta Foundation for the Arts Travelling Exhibition …fire and frost explores memory; presenting the work of three contemporary artists who, through the lens of a camera or mixed media expressions, document past and present experiences, objects and places to capture time and awaken memories that are universal in nature.
 
The artists whose works are presented in the exhibition …fire and frost devote much of their creativity to exploring ‘place’: focusing on urban landscapes and family narratives, structures and their interrelationships with the natural environment, or the history of specific places and the personal memories evoked by this ‘documentation’.

 

Up Skills Sessions

Time: 10:00 am - 10:00 am
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

UP Skills for Work helps learners develop key employability skills through free workshops and downloadable workbooks. The nine topics covered are: Motivation, Attitude, Accountability, Presentation, Teamwork, Time Management, Adaptability, Stress Management, and Confidence.

Sessions on the following Fridays:

  1. Motivation March 12, 2021
  2. Attitude March 19, 2021 
  3. Accountability March 26, 2021 
  4. Presentation May 7, 2021 
  5. Teamwork May 14, 2021 
  6. Time Management May 21, 2021 
  7. Adaptability May 28, 2021 
  8. Stress Management June 4, 2021 
  9. Confidence June 11, 2021

Time: 10am to Noon 

Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library in the Wild Rose Room

TREX Art Exhibit - … fire and frost

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Though necessary for living, our memories are duplicitous. They can be like fire – bold or burning us up with longing or regret – or like frost – giving us either pause for quiet reflection or chilling us to the bone. The Alberta Foundation for the Arts Travelling Exhibition …fire and frost explores memory; presenting the work of three contemporary artists who, through the lens of a camera or mixed media expressions, document past and present experiences, objects and places to capture time and awaken memories that are universal in nature.
 
The artists whose works are presented in the exhibition …fire and frost devote much of their creativity to exploring ‘place’: focusing on urban landscapes and family narratives, structures and their interrelationships with the natural environment, or the history of specific places and the personal memories evoked by this ‘documentation’.