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Books / Worth Reading
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An Insomniac's Guide to Audio Fantasies

It only takes one great book and one great voice to fall in love with the world of magic.

recommended by Jasna_T

Teens / Worth Reading
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Weekend Wishes

Maybe making a wish that your May long weekend could be even longer?

recommended by Olivia_H_

Books / Worth Reading
Movies & TV / Worth Watching
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Long Live the Queen

It's the 200th birthday anniversary of Queen Victoria! If you love period films, watch these great dramas about Victoria and her era.

recommended by Dieu_D

Music / Listen Up
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Remembering Doris Day (1922-2019)

Take a sentimental journey through Doris Day's smooth jazz and classic motion picture hits.

recommended by Laura_X

Kids / Early Literacy
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Build It!

Playing with Lego and other building toys helps develop hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills. It also sparks kids' imaginations.

recommended by Jennifer_M_

Library / eResources

Nine Movie Genres to Watch on Kanopy

By Calgarylibrary
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Nine Movie Genres to Watch on Kanopy

By Calgarylibrary

Movie buffs Kevin and Alena have found tons of their favourite movies and documentaries on Kanopy. Discover your next binge watch too!

Community / Indigenous

Name Ceremony Held at Crowfoot Library

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Name Ceremony Held at Crowfoot Library

The Library hosted a ceremony at Crowfoot Library to formally receive permission from the Crowfoot family for use of the Crowfoot name.

Library / eResources

Six New Skills You Can Learn with Lynda

By Calgarylibrary
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Six New Skills You Can Learn with Lynda

By Calgarylibrary

Try something new or expand your existing skillset with hundreds of video tutorials from Lynda.com. Your Library card gives you free access!

Library / Library Stories

Megan Powell’s Library Story

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Megan Powell’s Library Story

By Calgarylibrary

Whether it’s physical books, online resources, or a change of scenery, entrepreneur Megan Powell has found what she needs at the Library.

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