Closed for Statutory Holiday

Lac La Biche County Libraries will be closed on Thursday, Sept 30th to honour the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. We will reopen on Tuesday at 9am. We thank you for your understanding.

Events

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Rattle and Chat
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Rhyme Time
10:30 am

Read and Roll
1:00 pm

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Rattle and Chat
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Rhyme Time
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Read and Roll
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Rhyme Time
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Rattle and Chat

Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is especially designed for ages 0-18 months. This program will be held in the library & the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 1:00-3:00pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Sep. 8th - Dec 8th
  • Jan. 12th - Jun. 8th (no session Apr 13th)

Call 780-623-7467 for more details. If spots become limited registration maybe required https://short.llbcl.ca/RandC.

Chicka Chicka Book Club

Time: 10:30 am - 11:15 am

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 19-35 months featuring stories and interactive play activities. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:15pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Book Club #1 – Oct. 6 – Dec. 8th
  • Book Club #2 – Feb. 2 – Apr. 6th

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/CCBCR

Rattle and Chat

Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is especially designed for ages 0-18 months. This program will be held in the library & the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 1:00-3:00pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Sep. 8th - Dec 8th
  • Jan. 12th - Jun. 8th (no session Apr 13th)

Call 780-623-7467 for more details. If spots become limited registration maybe required https://short.llbcl.ca/RandC.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free 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. Sessions are held on Thursdays from 10:30-11:30am in the Wild Rose Room.

 
2021-2022 Dates:
  • Sept. 9th - Dec. 9th
  • Jan. 13th - Jun. 9th (no sessions on Feb. 17th or Apr. 14th)
 
Call 780-623-7467 for more details. Depending on AHS guidelines online registration maybe required.

Read and Roll

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

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. Read books and then roll with activities to explore the story concepts. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Thursday from 1:00-2:00pm.

 

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Session #1 – Sept. 9th - Oct. 21st
  • Session #2 – Oct. 28th - Dec. 16th (no session on Nov 11th)
  • Session #3 - Feb. 24th - Apr. 7th
  • Session #4 - Apr. 21 - Jun. 2nd

 

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

 

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/ReadandRoll

Chicka Chicka Book Club

Time: 10:30 am - 11:15 am

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 19-35 months featuring stories and interactive play activities. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:15pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Book Club #1 – Oct. 6 – Dec. 8th
  • Book Club #2 – Feb. 2 – Apr. 6th

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/CCBCR

Rattle and Chat

Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is especially designed for ages 0-18 months. This program will be held in the library & the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 1:00-3:00pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Sep. 8th - Dec 8th
  • Jan. 12th - Jun. 8th (no session Apr 13th)

Call 780-623-7467 for more details. If spots become limited registration maybe required https://short.llbcl.ca/RandC.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free 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. Sessions are held on Thursdays from 10:30-11:30am in the Wild Rose Room.

 
2021-2022 Dates:
  • Sept. 9th - Dec. 9th
  • Jan. 13th - Jun. 9th (no sessions on Feb. 17th or Apr. 14th)
 
Call 780-623-7467 for more details. Depending on AHS guidelines online registration maybe required.

Read and Roll

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

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. Read books and then roll with activities to explore the story concepts. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Thursday from 1:00-2:00pm.

 

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Session #1 – Sept. 9th - Oct. 21st
  • Session #2 – Oct. 28th - Dec. 16th (no session on Nov 11th)
  • Session #3 - Feb. 24th - Apr. 7th
  • Session #4 - Apr. 21 - Jun. 2nd

 

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

 

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/ReadandRoll

Chicka Chicka Book Club

Time: 10:30 am - 11:15 am

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 19-35 months featuring stories and interactive play activities. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:15pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Book Club #1 – Oct. 6 – Dec. 8th
  • Book Club #2 – Feb. 2 – Apr. 6th

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/CCBCR

Rattle and Chat

Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is especially designed for ages 0-18 months. This program will be held in the library & the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 1:00-3:00pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Sep. 8th - Dec 8th
  • Jan. 12th - Jun. 8th (no session Apr 13th)

Call 780-623-7467 for more details. If spots become limited registration maybe required https://short.llbcl.ca/RandC.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free 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. Sessions are held on Thursdays from 10:30-11:30am in the Wild Rose Room.

 
2021-2022 Dates:
  • Sept. 9th - Dec. 9th
  • Jan. 13th - Jun. 9th (no sessions on Feb. 17th or Apr. 14th)
 
Call 780-623-7467 for more details. Depending on AHS guidelines online registration maybe required.

Read and Roll

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

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. Read books and then roll with activities to explore the story concepts. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Thursday from 1:00-2:00pm.

 

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Session #1 – Sept. 9th - Oct. 21st
  • Session #2 – Oct. 28th - Dec. 16th (no session on Nov 11th)
  • Session #3 - Feb. 24th - Apr. 7th
  • Session #4 - Apr. 21 - Jun. 2nd

 

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

 

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/ReadandRoll

Chicka Chicka Book Club

Time: 10:30 am - 11:15 am

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 19-35 months featuring stories and interactive play activities. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:15pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Book Club #1 – Oct. 6 – Dec. 8th
  • Book Club #2 – Feb. 2 – Apr. 6th

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/CCBCR

Rattle and Chat

Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is especially designed for ages 0-18 months. This program will be held in the library & the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 1:00-3:00pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Sep. 8th - Dec 8th
  • Jan. 12th - Jun. 8th (no session Apr 13th)

Call 780-623-7467 for more details. If spots become limited registration maybe required https://short.llbcl.ca/RandC.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free 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. Sessions are held on Thursdays from 10:30-11:30am in the Wild Rose Room.

 
2021-2022 Dates:
  • Sept. 9th - Dec. 9th
  • Jan. 13th - Jun. 9th (no sessions on Feb. 17th or Apr. 14th)
 
Call 780-623-7467 for more details. Depending on AHS guidelines online registration maybe required.

Read and Roll

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

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. Read books and then roll with activities to explore the story concepts. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Thursday from 1:00-2:00pm.

 

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Session #1 – Sept. 9th - Oct. 21st
  • Session #2 – Oct. 28th - Dec. 16th (no session on Nov 11th)
  • Session #3 - Feb. 24th - Apr. 7th
  • Session #4 - Apr. 21 - Jun. 2nd

 

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

 

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/ReadandRoll

Chicka Chicka Book Club

Time: 10:30 am - 11:15 am

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 19-35 months featuring stories and interactive play activities. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:15pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Book Club #1 – Oct. 6 – Dec. 8th
  • Book Club #2 – Feb. 2 – Apr. 6th

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/CCBCR

Rattle and Chat

Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is especially designed for ages 0-18 months. This program will be held in the library & the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 1:00-3:00pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Sep. 8th - Dec 8th
  • Jan. 12th - Jun. 8th (no session Apr 13th)

Call 780-623-7467 for more details. If spots become limited registration maybe required https://short.llbcl.ca/RandC.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free 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. Sessions are held on Thursdays from 10:30-11:30am in the Wild Rose Room.

 
2021-2022 Dates:
  • Sept. 9th - Dec. 9th
  • Jan. 13th - Jun. 9th (no sessions on Feb. 17th or Apr. 14th)
 
Call 780-623-7467 for more details. Depending on AHS guidelines online registration maybe required.

Read and Roll

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

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. Read books and then roll with activities to explore the story concepts. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Thursday from 1:00-2:00pm.

 

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Session #1 – Sept. 9th - Oct. 21st
  • Session #2 – Oct. 28th - Dec. 16th (no session on Nov 11th)
  • Session #3 - Feb. 24th - Apr. 7th
  • Session #4 - Apr. 21 - Jun. 2nd

 

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

 

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/ReadandRoll

Money Matters

Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Zoom

Money Matters is a free introductory financial literacy program for adult learners. The Lac La Biche County Libraries will host the following sessions in 2021:
Dates:
  • Spending Plans - November 4th
  • Banking Basics - November 18th
  • Borrowing Money - November 25th
  • Ways to Save - December 2nd

Time: 6:30-8:30pm

Location: Online via Zoom

Online Registration: http://short.llbcl.ca/MoneyMatters

Chicka Chicka Book Club

Time: 10:30 am - 11:15 am

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 19-35 months featuring stories and interactive play activities. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:15pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Book Club #1 – Oct. 6 – Dec. 8th
  • Book Club #2 – Feb. 2 – Apr. 6th

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/CCBCR

Rattle and Chat

Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is especially designed for ages 0-18 months. This program will be held in the library & the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 1:00-3:00pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Sep. 8th - Dec 8th
  • Jan. 12th - Jun. 8th (no session Apr 13th)

Call 780-623-7467 for more details. If spots become limited registration maybe required https://short.llbcl.ca/RandC.

Online Library Board Meeting

Time: 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Location: Online

Contact the Library Director at 780-623-7467 to receive the login information for ZOOM.

Chicka Chicka Book Club

Time: 10:30 am - 11:15 am

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 19-35 months featuring stories and interactive play activities. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:15pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Book Club #1 – Oct. 6 – Dec. 8th
  • Book Club #2 – Feb. 2 – Apr. 6th

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/CCBCR

Rattle and Chat

Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is especially designed for ages 0-18 months. This program will be held in the library & the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 1:00-3:00pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Sep. 8th - Dec 8th
  • Jan. 12th - Jun. 8th (no session Apr 13th)

Call 780-623-7467 for more details. If spots become limited registration maybe required https://short.llbcl.ca/RandC.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free 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. Sessions are held on Thursdays from 10:30-11:30am in the Wild Rose Room.

 
2021-2022 Dates:
  • Sept. 9th - Dec. 9th
  • Jan. 13th - Jun. 9th (no sessions on Feb. 17th or Apr. 14th)
 
Call 780-623-7467 for more details. Depending on AHS guidelines online registration maybe required.

Read and Roll

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

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. Read books and then roll with activities to explore the story concepts. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Thursday from 1:00-2:00pm.

 

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Session #1 – Sept. 9th - Oct. 21st
  • Session #2 – Oct. 28th - Dec. 16th (no session on Nov 11th)
  • Session #3 - Feb. 24th - Apr. 7th
  • Session #4 - Apr. 21 - Jun. 2nd

 

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

 

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/ReadandRoll

Money Matters

Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Zoom

Money Matters is a free introductory financial literacy program for adult learners. The Lac La Biche County Libraries will host the following sessions in 2021:
Dates:
  • Spending Plans - November 4th
  • Banking Basics - November 18th
  • Borrowing Money - November 25th
  • Ways to Save - December 2nd

Time: 6:30-8:30pm

Location: Online via Zoom

Online Registration: http://short.llbcl.ca/MoneyMatters

Chicka Chicka Book Club

Time: 10:30 am - 11:15 am

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 19-35 months featuring stories and interactive play activities. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:15pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Book Club #1 – Oct. 6 – Dec. 8th
  • Book Club #2 – Feb. 2 – Apr. 6th

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/CCBCR

Rattle and Chat

Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is especially designed for ages 0-18 months. This program will be held in the library & the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 1:00-3:00pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Sep. 8th - Dec 8th
  • Jan. 12th - Jun. 8th (no session Apr 13th)

Call 780-623-7467 for more details. If spots become limited registration maybe required https://short.llbcl.ca/RandC.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free 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. Sessions are held on Thursdays from 10:30-11:30am in the Wild Rose Room.

 
2021-2022 Dates:
  • Sept. 9th - Dec. 9th
  • Jan. 13th - Jun. 9th (no sessions on Feb. 17th or Apr. 14th)
 
Call 780-623-7467 for more details. Depending on AHS guidelines online registration maybe required.

Read and Roll

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

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. Read books and then roll with activities to explore the story concepts. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Thursday from 1:00-2:00pm.

 

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Session #1 – Sept. 9th - Oct. 21st
  • Session #2 – Oct. 28th - Dec. 16th (no session on Nov 11th)
  • Session #3 - Feb. 24th - Apr. 7th
  • Session #4 - Apr. 21 - Jun. 2nd

 

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

 

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/ReadandRoll

Money Matters

Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Zoom

Money Matters is a free introductory financial literacy program for adult learners. The Lac La Biche County Libraries will host the following sessions in 2021:
Dates:
  • Spending Plans - November 4th
  • Banking Basics - November 18th
  • Borrowing Money - November 25th
  • Ways to Save - December 2nd

Time: 6:30-8:30pm

Location: Online via Zoom

Online Registration: http://short.llbcl.ca/MoneyMatters

Chicka Chicka Book Club

Time: 10:30 am - 11:15 am

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 19-35 months featuring stories and interactive play activities. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:15pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Book Club #1 – Oct. 6 – Dec. 8th
  • Book Club #2 – Feb. 2 – Apr. 6th

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/CCBCR

Rattle and Chat

Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is especially designed for ages 0-18 months. This program will be held in the library & the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 1:00-3:00pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Sep. 8th - Dec 8th
  • Jan. 12th - Jun. 8th (no session Apr 13th)

Call 780-623-7467 for more details. If spots become limited registration maybe required https://short.llbcl.ca/RandC.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free 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. Sessions are held on Thursdays from 10:30-11:30am in the Wild Rose Room.

 
2021-2022 Dates:
  • Sept. 9th - Dec. 9th
  • Jan. 13th - Jun. 9th (no sessions on Feb. 17th or Apr. 14th)
 
Call 780-623-7467 for more details. Depending on AHS guidelines online registration maybe required.

Read and Roll

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

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. Read books and then roll with activities to explore the story concepts. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Thursday from 1:00-2:00pm.

 

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Session #1 – Sept. 9th - Oct. 21st
  • Session #2 – Oct. 28th - Dec. 16th (no session on Nov 11th)
  • Session #3 - Feb. 24th - Apr. 7th
  • Session #4 - Apr. 21 - Jun. 2nd

 

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

 

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/ReadandRoll

Money Matters

Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Zoom

Money Matters is a free introductory financial literacy program for adult learners. The Lac La Biche County Libraries will host the following sessions in 2021:
Dates:
  • Spending Plans - November 4th
  • Banking Basics - November 18th
  • Borrowing Money - November 25th
  • Ways to Save - December 2nd

Time: 6:30-8:30pm

Location: Online via Zoom

Online Registration: http://short.llbcl.ca/MoneyMatters

Chicka Chicka Book Club

Time: 10:30 am - 11:15 am

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 19-35 months featuring stories and interactive play activities. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:15pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Book Club #1 – Oct. 6 – Dec. 8th
  • Book Club #2 – Feb. 2 – Apr. 6th

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/CCBCR

Rattle and Chat

Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is especially designed for ages 0-18 months. This program will be held in the library & the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 1:00-3:00pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Sep. 8th - Dec 8th
  • Jan. 12th - Jun. 8th (no session Apr 13th)

Call 780-623-7467 for more details. If spots become limited registration maybe required https://short.llbcl.ca/RandC.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free 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. Sessions are held on Thursdays from 10:30-11:30am in the Wild Rose Room.

 
2021-2022 Dates:
  • Sept. 9th - Dec. 9th
  • Jan. 13th - Jun. 9th (no sessions on Feb. 17th or Apr. 14th)
 
Call 780-623-7467 for more details. Depending on AHS guidelines online registration maybe required.

Read and Roll

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

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. Read books and then roll with activities to explore the story concepts. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Thursday from 1:00-2:00pm.

 

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Session #1 – Sept. 9th - Oct. 21st
  • Session #2 – Oct. 28th - Dec. 16th (no session on Nov 11th)
  • Session #3 - Feb. 24th - Apr. 7th
  • Session #4 - Apr. 21 - Jun. 2nd

 

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

 

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/ReadandRoll

TREX Art Exhibit - Wawisihcikan - Adornment

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

According to the dictionary, ‘adornment’ refers to the use of item(s) that decorate, embellish, enhance, beautify, or enrich. It could be said adornment is the finishing touch that distinguishes the wearer. Adornment from an Indigenous perspective goes beyond the items’ beauty. It is an artistic expression that conveys many levels of communication. It makes connection to a spiritual foundation, the importance to land and place, and defines inherent culture.

Early adornment provides a sense of knowledge about our ancestors that reflect the natural world in which they lived. The seasonal round of birth and rebirth shape our world view in a circulatory way as everything is interdependent.

Spirituality has been the foundation for Indigenous peoples’ lives and an ‘intrinsic quality of creative activity.’ These artistic expressions were woven into the fabric of daily life. Artifacts were generally created as items to be used, not as ‘art’. Bags, pouches, along with
awl and knife sheaths were functional yet beautifully decorated.

Curated by MJ Belcourt and organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta (TREX Region 2)

Information from: https://www.youraga.ca/exhibitions/afa-travelling-exhibitions-trex

On display from: Thursday, December 16th - Tuesday, January 18th

Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Read and Roll

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

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. Read books and then roll with activities to explore the story concepts. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Thursday from 1:00-2:00pm.

 

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Session #1 – Sept. 9th - Oct. 21st
  • Session #2 – Oct. 28th - Dec. 16th (no session on Nov 11th)
  • Session #3 - Feb. 24th - Apr. 7th
  • Session #4 - Apr. 21 - Jun. 2nd

 

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

 

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/ReadandRoll

TREX Art Exhibit - Wawisihcikan - Adornment

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

According to the dictionary, ‘adornment’ refers to the use of item(s) that decorate, embellish, enhance, beautify, or enrich. It could be said adornment is the finishing touch that distinguishes the wearer. Adornment from an Indigenous perspective goes beyond the items’ beauty. It is an artistic expression that conveys many levels of communication. It makes connection to a spiritual foundation, the importance to land and place, and defines inherent culture.

Early adornment provides a sense of knowledge about our ancestors that reflect the natural world in which they lived. The seasonal round of birth and rebirth shape our world view in a circulatory way as everything is interdependent.

Spirituality has been the foundation for Indigenous peoples’ lives and an ‘intrinsic quality of creative activity.’ These artistic expressions were woven into the fabric of daily life. Artifacts were generally created as items to be used, not as ‘art’. Bags, pouches, along with
awl and knife sheaths were functional yet beautifully decorated.

Curated by MJ Belcourt and organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta (TREX Region 2)

Information from: https://www.youraga.ca/exhibitions/afa-travelling-exhibitions-trex

On display from: Thursday, December 16th - Tuesday, January 18th

Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

TREX Art Exhibit - Wawisihcikan - Adornment

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

According to the dictionary, ‘adornment’ refers to the use of item(s) that decorate, embellish, enhance, beautify, or enrich. It could be said adornment is the finishing touch that distinguishes the wearer. Adornment from an Indigenous perspective goes beyond the items’ beauty. It is an artistic expression that conveys many levels of communication. It makes connection to a spiritual foundation, the importance to land and place, and defines inherent culture.

Early adornment provides a sense of knowledge about our ancestors that reflect the natural world in which they lived. The seasonal round of birth and rebirth shape our world view in a circulatory way as everything is interdependent.

Spirituality has been the foundation for Indigenous peoples’ lives and an ‘intrinsic quality of creative activity.’ These artistic expressions were woven into the fabric of daily life. Artifacts were generally created as items to be used, not as ‘art’. Bags, pouches, along with
awl and knife sheaths were functional yet beautifully decorated.

Curated by MJ Belcourt and organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta (TREX Region 2)

Information from: https://www.youraga.ca/exhibitions/afa-travelling-exhibitions-trex

On display from: Thursday, December 16th - Tuesday, January 18th

Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

TREX Art Exhibit - Wawisihcikan - Adornment

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

According to the dictionary, ‘adornment’ refers to the use of item(s) that decorate, embellish, enhance, beautify, or enrich. It could be said adornment is the finishing touch that distinguishes the wearer. Adornment from an Indigenous perspective goes beyond the items’ beauty. It is an artistic expression that conveys many levels of communication. It makes connection to a spiritual foundation, the importance to land and place, and defines inherent culture.

Early adornment provides a sense of knowledge about our ancestors that reflect the natural world in which they lived. The seasonal round of birth and rebirth shape our world view in a circulatory way as everything is interdependent.

Spirituality has been the foundation for Indigenous peoples’ lives and an ‘intrinsic quality of creative activity.’ These artistic expressions were woven into the fabric of daily life. Artifacts were generally created as items to be used, not as ‘art’. Bags, pouches, along with
awl and knife sheaths were functional yet beautifully decorated.

Curated by MJ Belcourt and organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta (TREX Region 2)

Information from: https://www.youraga.ca/exhibitions/afa-travelling-exhibitions-trex

On display from: Thursday, December 16th - Tuesday, January 18th

Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

TREX Art Exhibit - Wawisihcikan - Adornment

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

According to the dictionary, ‘adornment’ refers to the use of item(s) that decorate, embellish, enhance, beautify, or enrich. It could be said adornment is the finishing touch that distinguishes the wearer. Adornment from an Indigenous perspective goes beyond the items’ beauty. It is an artistic expression that conveys many levels of communication. It makes connection to a spiritual foundation, the importance to land and place, and defines inherent culture.

Early adornment provides a sense of knowledge about our ancestors that reflect the natural world in which they lived. The seasonal round of birth and rebirth shape our world view in a circulatory way as everything is interdependent.

Spirituality has been the foundation for Indigenous peoples’ lives and an ‘intrinsic quality of creative activity.’ These artistic expressions were woven into the fabric of daily life. Artifacts were generally created as items to be used, not as ‘art’. Bags, pouches, along with
awl and knife sheaths were functional yet beautifully decorated.

Curated by MJ Belcourt and organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta (TREX Region 2)

Information from: https://www.youraga.ca/exhibitions/afa-travelling-exhibitions-trex

On display from: Thursday, December 16th - Tuesday, January 18th

Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

TREX Art Exhibit - Wawisihcikan - Adornment

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

According to the dictionary, ‘adornment’ refers to the use of item(s) that decorate, embellish, enhance, beautify, or enrich. It could be said adornment is the finishing touch that distinguishes the wearer. Adornment from an Indigenous perspective goes beyond the items’ beauty. It is an artistic expression that conveys many levels of communication. It makes connection to a spiritual foundation, the importance to land and place, and defines inherent culture.

Early adornment provides a sense of knowledge about our ancestors that reflect the natural world in which they lived. The seasonal round of birth and rebirth shape our world view in a circulatory way as everything is interdependent.

Spirituality has been the foundation for Indigenous peoples’ lives and an ‘intrinsic quality of creative activity.’ These artistic expressions were woven into the fabric of daily life. Artifacts were generally created as items to be used, not as ‘art’. Bags, pouches, along with
awl and knife sheaths were functional yet beautifully decorated.

Curated by MJ Belcourt and organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta (TREX Region 2)

Information from: https://www.youraga.ca/exhibitions/afa-travelling-exhibitions-trex

On display from: Thursday, December 16th - Tuesday, January 18th

Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

TREX Art Exhibit - Wawisihcikan - Adornment

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

According to the dictionary, ‘adornment’ refers to the use of item(s) that decorate, embellish, enhance, beautify, or enrich. It could be said adornment is the finishing touch that distinguishes the wearer. Adornment from an Indigenous perspective goes beyond the items’ beauty. It is an artistic expression that conveys many levels of communication. It makes connection to a spiritual foundation, the importance to land and place, and defines inherent culture.

Early adornment provides a sense of knowledge about our ancestors that reflect the natural world in which they lived. The seasonal round of birth and rebirth shape our world view in a circulatory way as everything is interdependent.

Spirituality has been the foundation for Indigenous peoples’ lives and an ‘intrinsic quality of creative activity.’ These artistic expressions were woven into the fabric of daily life. Artifacts were generally created as items to be used, not as ‘art’. Bags, pouches, along with
awl and knife sheaths were functional yet beautifully decorated.

Curated by MJ Belcourt and organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta (TREX Region 2)

Information from: https://www.youraga.ca/exhibitions/afa-travelling-exhibitions-trex

On display from: Thursday, December 16th - Tuesday, January 18th

Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

TREX Art Exhibit - Wawisihcikan - Adornment

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

According to the dictionary, ‘adornment’ refers to the use of item(s) that decorate, embellish, enhance, beautify, or enrich. It could be said adornment is the finishing touch that distinguishes the wearer. Adornment from an Indigenous perspective goes beyond the items’ beauty. It is an artistic expression that conveys many levels of communication. It makes connection to a spiritual foundation, the importance to land and place, and defines inherent culture.

Early adornment provides a sense of knowledge about our ancestors that reflect the natural world in which they lived. The seasonal round of birth and rebirth shape our world view in a circulatory way as everything is interdependent.

Spirituality has been the foundation for Indigenous peoples’ lives and an ‘intrinsic quality of creative activity.’ These artistic expressions were woven into the fabric of daily life. Artifacts were generally created as items to be used, not as ‘art’. Bags, pouches, along with
awl and knife sheaths were functional yet beautifully decorated.

Curated by MJ Belcourt and organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta (TREX Region 2)

Information from: https://www.youraga.ca/exhibitions/afa-travelling-exhibitions-trex

On display from: Thursday, December 16th - Tuesday, January 18th

Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

TREX Art Exhibit - Wawisihcikan - Adornment

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

According to the dictionary, ‘adornment’ refers to the use of item(s) that decorate, embellish, enhance, beautify, or enrich. It could be said adornment is the finishing touch that distinguishes the wearer. Adornment from an Indigenous perspective goes beyond the items’ beauty. It is an artistic expression that conveys many levels of communication. It makes connection to a spiritual foundation, the importance to land and place, and defines inherent culture.

Early adornment provides a sense of knowledge about our ancestors that reflect the natural world in which they lived. The seasonal round of birth and rebirth shape our world view in a circulatory way as everything is interdependent.

Spirituality has been the foundation for Indigenous peoples’ lives and an ‘intrinsic quality of creative activity.’ These artistic expressions were woven into the fabric of daily life. Artifacts were generally created as items to be used, not as ‘art’. Bags, pouches, along with
awl and knife sheaths were functional yet beautifully decorated.

Curated by MJ Belcourt and organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta (TREX Region 2)

Information from: https://www.youraga.ca/exhibitions/afa-travelling-exhibitions-trex

On display from: Thursday, December 16th - Tuesday, January 18th

Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

TREX Art Exhibit - Wawisihcikan - Adornment

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

According to the dictionary, ‘adornment’ refers to the use of item(s) that decorate, embellish, enhance, beautify, or enrich. It could be said adornment is the finishing touch that distinguishes the wearer. Adornment from an Indigenous perspective goes beyond the items’ beauty. It is an artistic expression that conveys many levels of communication. It makes connection to a spiritual foundation, the importance to land and place, and defines inherent culture.

Early adornment provides a sense of knowledge about our ancestors that reflect the natural world in which they lived. The seasonal round of birth and rebirth shape our world view in a circulatory way as everything is interdependent.

Spirituality has been the foundation for Indigenous peoples’ lives and an ‘intrinsic quality of creative activity.’ These artistic expressions were woven into the fabric of daily life. Artifacts were generally created as items to be used, not as ‘art’. Bags, pouches, along with
awl and knife sheaths were functional yet beautifully decorated.

Curated by MJ Belcourt and organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta (TREX Region 2)

Information from: https://www.youraga.ca/exhibitions/afa-travelling-exhibitions-trex

On display from: Thursday, December 16th - Tuesday, January 18th

Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

TREX Art Exhibit - Wawisihcikan - Adornment

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

According to the dictionary, ‘adornment’ refers to the use of item(s) that decorate, embellish, enhance, beautify, or enrich. It could be said adornment is the finishing touch that distinguishes the wearer. Adornment from an Indigenous perspective goes beyond the items’ beauty. It is an artistic expression that conveys many levels of communication. It makes connection to a spiritual foundation, the importance to land and place, and defines inherent culture.

Early adornment provides a sense of knowledge about our ancestors that reflect the natural world in which they lived. The seasonal round of birth and rebirth shape our world view in a circulatory way as everything is interdependent.

Spirituality has been the foundation for Indigenous peoples’ lives and an ‘intrinsic quality of creative activity.’ These artistic expressions were woven into the fabric of daily life. Artifacts were generally created as items to be used, not as ‘art’. Bags, pouches, along with
awl and knife sheaths were functional yet beautifully decorated.

Curated by MJ Belcourt and organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta (TREX Region 2)

Information from: https://www.youraga.ca/exhibitions/afa-travelling-exhibitions-trex

On display from: Thursday, December 16th - Tuesday, January 18th

Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

TREX Art Exhibit - Wawisihcikan - Adornment

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

According to the dictionary, ‘adornment’ refers to the use of item(s) that decorate, embellish, enhance, beautify, or enrich. It could be said adornment is the finishing touch that distinguishes the wearer. Adornment from an Indigenous perspective goes beyond the items’ beauty. It is an artistic expression that conveys many levels of communication. It makes connection to a spiritual foundation, the importance to land and place, and defines inherent culture.

Early adornment provides a sense of knowledge about our ancestors that reflect the natural world in which they lived. The seasonal round of birth and rebirth shape our world view in a circulatory way as everything is interdependent.

Spirituality has been the foundation for Indigenous peoples’ lives and an ‘intrinsic quality of creative activity.’ These artistic expressions were woven into the fabric of daily life. Artifacts were generally created as items to be used, not as ‘art’. Bags, pouches, along with
awl and knife sheaths were functional yet beautifully decorated.

Curated by MJ Belcourt and organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta (TREX Region 2)

Information from: https://www.youraga.ca/exhibitions/afa-travelling-exhibitions-trex

On display from: Thursday, December 16th - Tuesday, January 18th

Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

TREX Art Exhibit - Wawisihcikan - Adornment

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

According to the dictionary, ‘adornment’ refers to the use of item(s) that decorate, embellish, enhance, beautify, or enrich. It could be said adornment is the finishing touch that distinguishes the wearer. Adornment from an Indigenous perspective goes beyond the items’ beauty. It is an artistic expression that conveys many levels of communication. It makes connection to a spiritual foundation, the importance to land and place, and defines inherent culture.

Early adornment provides a sense of knowledge about our ancestors that reflect the natural world in which they lived. The seasonal round of birth and rebirth shape our world view in a circulatory way as everything is interdependent.

Spirituality has been the foundation for Indigenous peoples’ lives and an ‘intrinsic quality of creative activity.’ These artistic expressions were woven into the fabric of daily life. Artifacts were generally created as items to be used, not as ‘art’. Bags, pouches, along with
awl and knife sheaths were functional yet beautifully decorated.

Curated by MJ Belcourt and organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta (TREX Region 2)

Information from: https://www.youraga.ca/exhibitions/afa-travelling-exhibitions-trex

On display from: Thursday, December 16th - Tuesday, January 18th

Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

TREX Art Exhibit - Wawisihcikan - Adornment

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

According to the dictionary, ‘adornment’ refers to the use of item(s) that decorate, embellish, enhance, beautify, or enrich. It could be said adornment is the finishing touch that distinguishes the wearer. Adornment from an Indigenous perspective goes beyond the items’ beauty. It is an artistic expression that conveys many levels of communication. It makes connection to a spiritual foundation, the importance to land and place, and defines inherent culture.

Early adornment provides a sense of knowledge about our ancestors that reflect the natural world in which they lived. The seasonal round of birth and rebirth shape our world view in a circulatory way as everything is interdependent.

Spirituality has been the foundation for Indigenous peoples’ lives and an ‘intrinsic quality of creative activity.’ These artistic expressions were woven into the fabric of daily life. Artifacts were generally created as items to be used, not as ‘art’. Bags, pouches, along with
awl and knife sheaths were functional yet beautifully decorated.

Curated by MJ Belcourt and organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta (TREX Region 2)

Information from: https://www.youraga.ca/exhibitions/afa-travelling-exhibitions-trex

On display from: Thursday, December 16th - Tuesday, January 18th

Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

TREX Art Exhibit - Wawisihcikan - Adornment

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

According to the dictionary, ‘adornment’ refers to the use of item(s) that decorate, embellish, enhance, beautify, or enrich. It could be said adornment is the finishing touch that distinguishes the wearer. Adornment from an Indigenous perspective goes beyond the items’ beauty. It is an artistic expression that conveys many levels of communication. It makes connection to a spiritual foundation, the importance to land and place, and defines inherent culture.

Early adornment provides a sense of knowledge about our ancestors that reflect the natural world in which they lived. The seasonal round of birth and rebirth shape our world view in a circulatory way as everything is interdependent.

Spirituality has been the foundation for Indigenous peoples’ lives and an ‘intrinsic quality of creative activity.’ These artistic expressions were woven into the fabric of daily life. Artifacts were generally created as items to be used, not as ‘art’. Bags, pouches, along with
awl and knife sheaths were functional yet beautifully decorated.

Curated by MJ Belcourt and organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta (TREX Region 2)

Information from: https://www.youraga.ca/exhibitions/afa-travelling-exhibitions-trex

On display from: Thursday, December 16th - Tuesday, January 18th

Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Library Con

Time: 11:00 am - 3:30 pm

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 8th. 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

 

TREX Art Exhibit - Wawisihcikan - Adornment

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

According to the dictionary, ‘adornment’ refers to the use of item(s) that decorate, embellish, enhance, beautify, or enrich. It could be said adornment is the finishing touch that distinguishes the wearer. Adornment from an Indigenous perspective goes beyond the items’ beauty. It is an artistic expression that conveys many levels of communication. It makes connection to a spiritual foundation, the importance to land and place, and defines inherent culture.

Early adornment provides a sense of knowledge about our ancestors that reflect the natural world in which they lived. The seasonal round of birth and rebirth shape our world view in a circulatory way as everything is interdependent.

Spirituality has been the foundation for Indigenous peoples’ lives and an ‘intrinsic quality of creative activity.’ These artistic expressions were woven into the fabric of daily life. Artifacts were generally created as items to be used, not as ‘art’. Bags, pouches, along with
awl and knife sheaths were functional yet beautifully decorated.

Curated by MJ Belcourt and organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta (TREX Region 2)

Information from: https://www.youraga.ca/exhibitions/afa-travelling-exhibitions-trex

On display from: Thursday, December 16th - Tuesday, January 18th

Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

TREX Art Exhibit - Wawisihcikan - Adornment

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

According to the dictionary, ‘adornment’ refers to the use of item(s) that decorate, embellish, enhance, beautify, or enrich. It could be said adornment is the finishing touch that distinguishes the wearer. Adornment from an Indigenous perspective goes beyond the items’ beauty. It is an artistic expression that conveys many levels of communication. It makes connection to a spiritual foundation, the importance to land and place, and defines inherent culture.

Early adornment provides a sense of knowledge about our ancestors that reflect the natural world in which they lived. The seasonal round of birth and rebirth shape our world view in a circulatory way as everything is interdependent.

Spirituality has been the foundation for Indigenous peoples’ lives and an ‘intrinsic quality of creative activity.’ These artistic expressions were woven into the fabric of daily life. Artifacts were generally created as items to be used, not as ‘art’. Bags, pouches, along with
awl and knife sheaths were functional yet beautifully decorated.

Curated by MJ Belcourt and organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta (TREX Region 2)

Information from: https://www.youraga.ca/exhibitions/afa-travelling-exhibitions-trex

On display from: Thursday, December 16th - Tuesday, January 18th

Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

TREX Art Exhibit - Wawisihcikan - Adornment

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

According to the dictionary, ‘adornment’ refers to the use of item(s) that decorate, embellish, enhance, beautify, or enrich. It could be said adornment is the finishing touch that distinguishes the wearer. Adornment from an Indigenous perspective goes beyond the items’ beauty. It is an artistic expression that conveys many levels of communication. It makes connection to a spiritual foundation, the importance to land and place, and defines inherent culture.

Early adornment provides a sense of knowledge about our ancestors that reflect the natural world in which they lived. The seasonal round of birth and rebirth shape our world view in a circulatory way as everything is interdependent.

Spirituality has been the foundation for Indigenous peoples’ lives and an ‘intrinsic quality of creative activity.’ These artistic expressions were woven into the fabric of daily life. Artifacts were generally created as items to be used, not as ‘art’. Bags, pouches, along with
awl and knife sheaths were functional yet beautifully decorated.

Curated by MJ Belcourt and organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta (TREX Region 2)

Information from: https://www.youraga.ca/exhibitions/afa-travelling-exhibitions-trex

On display from: Thursday, December 16th - Tuesday, January 18th

Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Rattle and Chat

Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is especially designed for ages 0-18 months. This program will be held in the library & the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 1:00-3:00pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Sep. 8th - Dec 8th
  • Jan. 12th - Jun. 8th (no session Apr 13th)

Call 780-623-7467 for more details. If spots become limited registration maybe required https://short.llbcl.ca/RandC.

TREX Art Exhibit - Wawisihcikan - Adornment

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

According to the dictionary, ‘adornment’ refers to the use of item(s) that decorate, embellish, enhance, beautify, or enrich. It could be said adornment is the finishing touch that distinguishes the wearer. Adornment from an Indigenous perspective goes beyond the items’ beauty. It is an artistic expression that conveys many levels of communication. It makes connection to a spiritual foundation, the importance to land and place, and defines inherent culture.

Early adornment provides a sense of knowledge about our ancestors that reflect the natural world in which they lived. The seasonal round of birth and rebirth shape our world view in a circulatory way as everything is interdependent.

Spirituality has been the foundation for Indigenous peoples’ lives and an ‘intrinsic quality of creative activity.’ These artistic expressions were woven into the fabric of daily life. Artifacts were generally created as items to be used, not as ‘art’. Bags, pouches, along with
awl and knife sheaths were functional yet beautifully decorated.

Curated by MJ Belcourt and organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta (TREX Region 2)

Information from: https://www.youraga.ca/exhibitions/afa-travelling-exhibitions-trex

On display from: Thursday, December 16th - Tuesday, January 18th

Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free 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. Sessions are held on Thursdays from 10:30-11:30am in the Wild Rose Room.

 
2021-2022 Dates:
  • Sept. 9th - Dec. 9th
  • Jan. 13th - Jun. 9th (no sessions on Feb. 17th or Apr. 14th)
 
Call 780-623-7467 for more details. Depending on AHS guidelines online registration maybe required.

TREX Art Exhibit - Wawisihcikan - Adornment

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

According to the dictionary, ‘adornment’ refers to the use of item(s) that decorate, embellish, enhance, beautify, or enrich. It could be said adornment is the finishing touch that distinguishes the wearer. Adornment from an Indigenous perspective goes beyond the items’ beauty. It is an artistic expression that conveys many levels of communication. It makes connection to a spiritual foundation, the importance to land and place, and defines inherent culture.

Early adornment provides a sense of knowledge about our ancestors that reflect the natural world in which they lived. The seasonal round of birth and rebirth shape our world view in a circulatory way as everything is interdependent.

Spirituality has been the foundation for Indigenous peoples’ lives and an ‘intrinsic quality of creative activity.’ These artistic expressions were woven into the fabric of daily life. Artifacts were generally created as items to be used, not as ‘art’. Bags, pouches, along with
awl and knife sheaths were functional yet beautifully decorated.

Curated by MJ Belcourt and organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta (TREX Region 2)

Information from: https://www.youraga.ca/exhibitions/afa-travelling-exhibitions-trex

On display from: Thursday, December 16th - Tuesday, January 18th

Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

TREX Art Exhibit - Wawisihcikan - Adornment

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

According to the dictionary, ‘adornment’ refers to the use of item(s) that decorate, embellish, enhance, beautify, or enrich. It could be said adornment is the finishing touch that distinguishes the wearer. Adornment from an Indigenous perspective goes beyond the items’ beauty. It is an artistic expression that conveys many levels of communication. It makes connection to a spiritual foundation, the importance to land and place, and defines inherent culture.

Early adornment provides a sense of knowledge about our ancestors that reflect the natural world in which they lived. The seasonal round of birth and rebirth shape our world view in a circulatory way as everything is interdependent.

Spirituality has been the foundation for Indigenous peoples’ lives and an ‘intrinsic quality of creative activity.’ These artistic expressions were woven into the fabric of daily life. Artifacts were generally created as items to be used, not as ‘art’. Bags, pouches, along with
awl and knife sheaths were functional yet beautifully decorated.

Curated by MJ Belcourt and organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta (TREX Region 2)

Information from: https://www.youraga.ca/exhibitions/afa-travelling-exhibitions-trex

On display from: Thursday, December 16th - Tuesday, January 18th

Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

TREX Art Exhibit - Wawisihcikan - Adornment

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

According to the dictionary, ‘adornment’ refers to the use of item(s) that decorate, embellish, enhance, beautify, or enrich. It could be said adornment is the finishing touch that distinguishes the wearer. Adornment from an Indigenous perspective goes beyond the items’ beauty. It is an artistic expression that conveys many levels of communication. It makes connection to a spiritual foundation, the importance to land and place, and defines inherent culture.

Early adornment provides a sense of knowledge about our ancestors that reflect the natural world in which they lived. The seasonal round of birth and rebirth shape our world view in a circulatory way as everything is interdependent.

Spirituality has been the foundation for Indigenous peoples’ lives and an ‘intrinsic quality of creative activity.’ These artistic expressions were woven into the fabric of daily life. Artifacts were generally created as items to be used, not as ‘art’. Bags, pouches, along with
awl and knife sheaths were functional yet beautifully decorated.

Curated by MJ Belcourt and organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta (TREX Region 2)

Information from: https://www.youraga.ca/exhibitions/afa-travelling-exhibitions-trex

On display from: Thursday, December 16th - Tuesday, January 18th

Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

TREX Art Exhibit - Wawisihcikan - Adornment

Time: All Day
Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

According to the dictionary, ‘adornment’ refers to the use of item(s) that decorate, embellish, enhance, beautify, or enrich. It could be said adornment is the finishing touch that distinguishes the wearer. Adornment from an Indigenous perspective goes beyond the items’ beauty. It is an artistic expression that conveys many levels of communication. It makes connection to a spiritual foundation, the importance to land and place, and defines inherent culture.

Early adornment provides a sense of knowledge about our ancestors that reflect the natural world in which they lived. The seasonal round of birth and rebirth shape our world view in a circulatory way as everything is interdependent.

Spirituality has been the foundation for Indigenous peoples’ lives and an ‘intrinsic quality of creative activity.’ These artistic expressions were woven into the fabric of daily life. Artifacts were generally created as items to be used, not as ‘art’. Bags, pouches, along with
awl and knife sheaths were functional yet beautifully decorated.

Curated by MJ Belcourt and organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta (TREX Region 2)

Information from: https://www.youraga.ca/exhibitions/afa-travelling-exhibitions-trex

On display from: Thursday, December 16th - Tuesday, January 18th

Location: Stuart MacPherson Public Library

Rattle and Chat

Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is especially designed for ages 0-18 months. This program will be held in the library & the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 1:00-3:00pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Sep. 8th - Dec 8th
  • Jan. 12th - Jun. 8th (no session Apr 13th)

Call 780-623-7467 for more details. If spots become limited registration maybe required https://short.llbcl.ca/RandC.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free 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. Sessions are held on Thursdays from 10:30-11:30am in the Wild Rose Room.

 
2021-2022 Dates:
  • Sept. 9th - Dec. 9th
  • Jan. 13th - Jun. 9th (no sessions on Feb. 17th or Apr. 14th)
 
Call 780-623-7467 for more details. Depending on AHS guidelines online registration maybe required.

Rattle and Chat

Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is especially designed for ages 0-18 months. This program will be held in the library & the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 1:00-3:00pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Sep. 8th - Dec 8th
  • Jan. 12th - Jun. 8th (no session Apr 13th)

Call 780-623-7467 for more details. If spots become limited registration maybe required https://short.llbcl.ca/RandC.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free 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. Sessions are held on Thursdays from 10:30-11:30am in the Wild Rose Room.

 
2021-2022 Dates:
  • Sept. 9th - Dec. 9th
  • Jan. 13th - Jun. 9th (no sessions on Feb. 17th or Apr. 14th)
 
Call 780-623-7467 for more details. Depending on AHS guidelines online registration maybe required.

Chicka Chicka Book Club

Time: 10:30 am - 11:15 am

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 19-35 months featuring stories and interactive play activities. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:15pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Book Club #1 – Oct. 6 – Dec. 8th
  • Book Club #2 – Feb. 2 – Apr. 6th

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/CCBCR

Rattle and Chat

Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is especially designed for ages 0-18 months. This program will be held in the library & the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 1:00-3:00pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Sep. 8th - Dec 8th
  • Jan. 12th - Jun. 8th (no session Apr 13th)

Call 780-623-7467 for more details. If spots become limited registration maybe required https://short.llbcl.ca/RandC.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free 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. Sessions are held on Thursdays from 10:30-11:30am in the Wild Rose Room.

 
2021-2022 Dates:
  • Sept. 9th - Dec. 9th
  • Jan. 13th - Jun. 9th (no sessions on Feb. 17th or Apr. 14th)
 
Call 780-623-7467 for more details. Depending on AHS guidelines online registration maybe required.

Chicka Chicka Book Club

Time: 10:30 am - 11:15 am

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 19-35 months featuring stories and interactive play activities. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:15pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Book Club #1 – Oct. 6 – Dec. 8th
  • Book Club #2 – Feb. 2 – Apr. 6th

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/CCBCR

Rattle and Chat

Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is especially designed for ages 0-18 months. This program will be held in the library & the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 1:00-3:00pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Sep. 8th - Dec 8th
  • Jan. 12th - Jun. 8th (no session Apr 13th)

Call 780-623-7467 for more details. If spots become limited registration maybe required https://short.llbcl.ca/RandC.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free 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. Sessions are held on Thursdays from 10:30-11:30am in the Wild Rose Room.

 
2021-2022 Dates:
  • Sept. 9th - Dec. 9th
  • Jan. 13th - Jun. 9th (no sessions on Feb. 17th or Apr. 14th)
 
Call 780-623-7467 for more details. Depending on AHS guidelines online registration maybe required.

2022 Lego Competition

Time: 10:00 am - 10:00 am

2022 Lego Competition will be held on Saturday, February 12th 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.
 
Online registration and contest details coming soon.
 
For more information please contact us at 780-623-7467.

 

Chicka Chicka Book Club

Time: 10:30 am - 11:15 am

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 19-35 months featuring stories and interactive play activities. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:15pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Book Club #1 – Oct. 6 – Dec. 8th
  • Book Club #2 – Feb. 2 – Apr. 6th

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/CCBCR

Rattle and Chat

Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is especially designed for ages 0-18 months. This program will be held in the library & the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 1:00-3:00pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Sep. 8th - Dec 8th
  • Jan. 12th - Jun. 8th (no session Apr 13th)

Call 780-623-7467 for more details. If spots become limited registration maybe required https://short.llbcl.ca/RandC.

Chicka Chicka Book Club

Time: 10:30 am - 11:15 am

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 19-35 months featuring stories and interactive play activities. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:15pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Book Club #1 – Oct. 6 – Dec. 8th
  • Book Club #2 – Feb. 2 – Apr. 6th

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/CCBCR

Rattle and Chat

Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is especially designed for ages 0-18 months. This program will be held in the library & the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 1:00-3:00pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Sep. 8th - Dec 8th
  • Jan. 12th - Jun. 8th (no session Apr 13th)

Call 780-623-7467 for more details. If spots become limited registration maybe required https://short.llbcl.ca/RandC.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free 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. Sessions are held on Thursdays from 10:30-11:30am in the Wild Rose Room.

 
2021-2022 Dates:
  • Sept. 9th - Dec. 9th
  • Jan. 13th - Jun. 9th (no sessions on Feb. 17th or Apr. 14th)
 
Call 780-623-7467 for more details. Depending on AHS guidelines online registration maybe required.

Read and Roll

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

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. Read books and then roll with activities to explore the story concepts. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Thursday from 1:00-2:00pm.

 

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Session #1 – Sept. 9th - Oct. 21st
  • Session #2 – Oct. 28th - Dec. 16th (no session on Nov 11th)
  • Session #3 - Feb. 24th - Apr. 7th
  • Session #4 - Apr. 21 - Jun. 2nd

 

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

 

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/ReadandRoll

Ladies Night

Time: 6:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Mark your 2022 calendars as we will be hosting one virtual and one in person Ladies Night. Let's get crafty, socialize, and discover something new. Individual kits will be provided for this event which is designed for girls/ladies 13 and older.
 
2022 Ladies Night Dates:
 

Friday, February 25 - Via Zoom

  • Diamond Painting
  • Paper Craft Activity
  • Journaling101 (with a focus on mindfulness)

* Take home kits and the Zoom link will be able 2 weeks prior to the event.

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

Chicka Chicka Book Club

Time: 10:30 am - 11:15 am

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 19-35 months featuring stories and interactive play activities. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:15pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Book Club #1 – Oct. 6 – Dec. 8th
  • Book Club #2 – Feb. 2 – Apr. 6th

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/CCBCR

Rattle and Chat

Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is especially designed for ages 0-18 months. This program will be held in the library & the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 1:00-3:00pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Sep. 8th - Dec 8th
  • Jan. 12th - Jun. 8th (no session Apr 13th)

Call 780-623-7467 for more details. If spots become limited registration maybe required https://short.llbcl.ca/RandC.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free 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. Sessions are held on Thursdays from 10:30-11:30am in the Wild Rose Room.

 
2021-2022 Dates:
  • Sept. 9th - Dec. 9th
  • Jan. 13th - Jun. 9th (no sessions on Feb. 17th or Apr. 14th)
 
Call 780-623-7467 for more details. Depending on AHS guidelines online registration maybe required.

Read and Roll

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

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. Read books and then roll with activities to explore the story concepts. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Thursday from 1:00-2:00pm.

 

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Session #1 – Sept. 9th - Oct. 21st
  • Session #2 – Oct. 28th - Dec. 16th (no session on Nov 11th)
  • Session #3 - Feb. 24th - Apr. 7th
  • Session #4 - Apr. 21 - Jun. 2nd

 

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

 

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/ReadandRoll

Chicka Chicka Book Club

Time: 10:30 am - 11:15 am

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 19-35 months featuring stories and interactive play activities. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:15pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Book Club #1 – Oct. 6 – Dec. 8th
  • Book Club #2 – Feb. 2 – Apr. 6th

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/CCBCR

Rattle and Chat

Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is especially designed for ages 0-18 months. This program will be held in the library & the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 1:00-3:00pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Sep. 8th - Dec 8th
  • Jan. 12th - Jun. 8th (no session Apr 13th)

Call 780-623-7467 for more details. If spots become limited registration maybe required https://short.llbcl.ca/RandC.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free 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. Sessions are held on Thursdays from 10:30-11:30am in the Wild Rose Room.

 
2021-2022 Dates:
  • Sept. 9th - Dec. 9th
  • Jan. 13th - Jun. 9th (no sessions on Feb. 17th or Apr. 14th)
 
Call 780-623-7467 for more details. Depending on AHS guidelines online registration maybe required.

Read and Roll

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

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. Read books and then roll with activities to explore the story concepts. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Thursday from 1:00-2:00pm.

 

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Session #1 – Sept. 9th - Oct. 21st
  • Session #2 – Oct. 28th - Dec. 16th (no session on Nov 11th)
  • Session #3 - Feb. 24th - Apr. 7th
  • Session #4 - Apr. 21 - Jun. 2nd

 

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

 

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/ReadandRoll

Virtual Trivia

Time: 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Location: Online via Zoom

Trivia for ages 12+ on Thursday, March 10th at 6:30pm via Zoom and Kahoot - https://kahoot.it/. Zoom link and download Kahoot before the game if you are using a smartphone or tablet.

Chicka Chicka Book Club

Time: 10:30 am - 11:15 am

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 19-35 months featuring stories and interactive play activities. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:15pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Book Club #1 – Oct. 6 – Dec. 8th
  • Book Club #2 – Feb. 2 – Apr. 6th

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/CCBCR

Rattle and Chat

Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is especially designed for ages 0-18 months. This program will be held in the library & the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 1:00-3:00pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Sep. 8th - Dec 8th
  • Jan. 12th - Jun. 8th (no session Apr 13th)

Call 780-623-7467 for more details. If spots become limited registration maybe required https://short.llbcl.ca/RandC.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free 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. Sessions are held on Thursdays from 10:30-11:30am in the Wild Rose Room.

 
2021-2022 Dates:
  • Sept. 9th - Dec. 9th
  • Jan. 13th - Jun. 9th (no sessions on Feb. 17th or Apr. 14th)
 
Call 780-623-7467 for more details. Depending on AHS guidelines online registration maybe required.

Read and Roll

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

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. Read books and then roll with activities to explore the story concepts. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Thursday from 1:00-2:00pm.

 

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Session #1 – Sept. 9th - Oct. 21st
  • Session #2 – Oct. 28th - Dec. 16th (no session on Nov 11th)
  • Session #3 - Feb. 24th - Apr. 7th
  • Session #4 - Apr. 21 - Jun. 2nd

 

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

 

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/ReadandRoll

Chicka Chicka Book Club

Time: 10:30 am - 11:15 am

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 19-35 months featuring stories and interactive play activities. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:15pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Book Club #1 – Oct. 6 – Dec. 8th
  • Book Club #2 – Feb. 2 – Apr. 6th

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/CCBCR

Rattle and Chat

Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free partner program between Lac La Biche County Libraries and FCSS Young Family Connections is especially designed for ages 0-18 months. This program will be held in the library & the Wild Rose Room on Wednesdays from 1:00-3:00pm.

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Sep. 8th - Dec 8th
  • Jan. 12th - Jun. 8th (no session Apr 13th)

Call 780-623-7467 for more details. If spots become limited registration maybe required https://short.llbcl.ca/RandC.

Rhyme Time

Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Location: Wild Rose Room

This free 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. Sessions are held on Thursdays from 10:30-11:30am in the Wild Rose Room.

 
2021-2022 Dates:
  • Sept. 9th - Dec. 9th
  • Jan. 13th - Jun. 9th (no sessions on Feb. 17th or Apr. 14th)
 
Call 780-623-7467 for more details. Depending on AHS guidelines online registration maybe required.

Read and Roll

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location: Wild Rose Room

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. Read books and then roll with activities to explore the story concepts. This program will be held in the Wild Rose Room on Thursday from 1:00-2:00pm.

 

2021-2022 Dates:

  • Session #1 – Sept. 9th - Oct. 21st
  • Session #2 – Oct. 28th - Dec. 16th (no session on Nov 11th)
  • Session #3 - Feb. 24th - Apr. 7th
  • Session #4 - Apr. 21 - Jun. 2nd

 

Note: Take home kits include the activity, books & USB sticks which need to be return to the main branch.

 

Call 780-623-7467 for more details and you will need to register online for each session at http://short.llbcl.ca/ReadandRoll

Ladies Night

Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Mark your 2022 calendars as we will be hosting one virtual and one in person Ladies Night. Let's get crafty, socialize, and discover something new. Individual kits will be provided for this event which is designed for girls/ladies 13 and older.
 
2022 Ladies Night Dates:

Friday, March 25 - Stuart MacPherson Public Library

  • Metal Stamping
  • Painting
  • TBA

Time: 6-8pm

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