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Books / Worth Reading
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A Little Bird Told Me

In the spring, a reader's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of birds... and murder.

recommended by Meera_T

Movies & TV / Worth Watching
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Ain't No Drag!

Add some style and glamour into your life with these irreverent and charming films featuring men and women in drag.

recommended by Dieu_D

Books / Worth Reading
Staff List

10 Eco-Fiction Reads for Earth Day

Facts can sometimes be impersonal, but a story can stay with us forever. This Earth Day, enjoy these incredible works of eco-fiction.

recommended by Alena_T

Music / Listen Up
Staff List

Take My Breath Away

Take a trip down memory lane with these 80s movie soundtracks. Free to stream or download on Freegal Music with your library card!

recommended by Meera_T

Teens / Worth Reading
Staff Pick

People Like Us

Very pretty little liars-esque. I love a book that has a bit of school intrigue and scandal!

recommended by A_Jeffery

Books / Indigenous
Staff List

Indigenous Eats

Delicious recipes to try out at home created by Indigenous chefs across Turtle Island.

recommended by danniblack

Community / Indigenous Placemaking
Website

Call for Indigenous Placemaking Artists

The Library is accepting applications for artists and an artist selection committee for Indigenous Placemaking.

Library / eResource

5 Reasons Why Libby Will Be Your Friend

By Calgarylibrary
Blogpost

5 Reasons Why Libby Will Be Your Friend

By Calgarylibrary

Meet Libby in this video, and find out how Suzen is able to catch up on her neverending to-read list.

Community / Art at the Library
Website

Call for Artists

Rozsa Arts at the Library is now accepting applications for amateur/emerging artists to deliver performances and workshops.

Library / Library Stories

Houmou Guiro’s Library Story

By Calgarylibrary
Blogpost

Houmou Guiro’s Library Story

By Calgarylibrary

Houmou Guiro is no stranger to libraries. First in France, and now she regularly visits the Louise Riley & Central locations in Calgary.

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