Calgary Public Library has a variety of free programs for families, where parents or caregivers and children can learn, play, and try new activities together. Clap your hands and tap your feet to the sounds of a five-piece horn band, bring the whole family for a fun introduction to computer programming, play chess together and get coaching, or join a special storytime program. Check out these other not-to-be-missed winter programs:
- National Child Day
Celebrate National Child Day by dropping in to Crowfoot, Louise Riley, and Rocky Ridge libraries on November 20 for games, crafts, storytime, and play. Registration is not required.
- Family Yoga
Ages 3 and up with a parent/caregiver
Bring your own yoga mats and a sense of play as you join us for a fun, kid-friendly introduction to yoga. In partnership with Learn Through Play Yoga. Registration is required.
- Rozsa Arts at the Library: Long Time, No Time
Clap your hands and tap your feet to the upbeat and eclectic sound of this five-piece horn band. With their unique instrumentation of saxophone, trumpet, bass trombone, electric bass, and drums, Long Time, No Time creates an engaging sound that is fresh and captivating. Supported by Mary Rozsa de Coquet. Registration is not required.
- Learn English Storytimes
Ages up to 5 with a parent/caregiver
Join us for rhymes, songs, and stories in English and an additional language. This program is offered in German and Korean. Registration is required.
- Waiting for Santa
Ages 2 to 5 with a parent/caregiver
Join us as we get ready for Christmas with stories, rhymes, and songs. This program is offered as both a registered and drop-in program.
Program details are subject to change; please visit our program page for the most up-to-date information. Explore all November-December programs and register starting October 15.