Joanne Kilbourn fans rejoice as Gail Bowen launches the latest in her Kilbourn series, What's Left Behind.
Join us for a presentation of Al Gore's iconic multi-media presentation, The Inconvenient Truth.
Author Sandra Joyce shares how discovering her British Home Child father's past led her to the Tower of London.
Listen online to over a million jazz tracks in the Naxos Jazz Music Library.
Join renowned harpist, Gianetta Baril, as she brings to life the beauty of nature, and the ancient Greek myth of Ariadne and Theseus.
Looking for work? Learn how to create new opportunities and exchange ideas and leads.
Play builds the foundation for a lifetime of learning. Come prepared to PLAY with your baby or toddler at the best playdate ever!
Learn about Canada during an afternoon class or at an in-depth workshop with Immigrant Services Calgary.
Looking for a good book? Past "Canada Reads" titles are a good place to start.
Good narration takes an audiobook to the next level. Check out books read by some of the industry's most highly acclaimed voices.
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Great minds in history that revolutionized how we think about and see the world around us.
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Looking for more poetry this April? Why not lose yourself in one (or all) of these lyrical and nuanced novels-in-verse.
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Empowering songs to help you make it on your own no matter what life throws at you — the musical equivalent to motivational quotes!
These black book covers are art in their own right. What powerful stories will you find within?
While waiting for the next Game of Thrones season, read about the memorable blue-blooded rulers in fiction.
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Micheline Maylor, award-winning poet and editor, and the City of Calgary’s 2016–2018 Poet Laureate, is our 2016 Author in Residence.
Download or search the latest issue of Library Connect for new, free Library programs.
Now you can book our program rooms online, for free, with your Calgary Public Library card.
Download or pick up our Librarian-approved 2016 Year of Reading Guides for all ages.
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