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Books / Worth Reading
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Comic Expo

Meet some of the legendary creators coming to Calgary for the Comic and Entertainment Expo between the pages of their comicbooks.

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Books / Worth Reading
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10 Books for Shakespeare's Birthday

In honour of the Bard's birthday on April 23, check out these top modern retellings of his most famous plays.

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Teens / Worth Reading
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(Don't) Call Me Crazy

An insightful and honest collection of personal stories about mental health that echoes long after you’ve read the last page.

recommended by Lisa_Marie_C

Music / Listen Up
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Mindfulness Meditation

Attain peace and relaxation with free streaming audiobooks for guided meditation.

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Kids / Early Literacy
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Bunnies!

Bunnies and rabbits are a quintessential symbol of springtime, especially in Calgary. Preschoolers in particular will love these picture…

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Kids / Early Literacy
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A Whole New World

Celebrate World Book Day on April 23rd! These captivating settings will take you to thrilling and diverse worlds!

recommended by Jenn_G_

Community / Indigenous Placemaking
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Call for Indigenous Placemaking Artists

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

Library / Library Stories

Megan Powell’s Library Story

By Calgarylibrary
Blogpost

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.

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
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Call for Artists

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

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