Make learning a lifelong affair with free adult programs at your Library. From discussion groups and book launches, to in-depth lectures and hands-on workshops, there’s something for everyone. Can’t find someone to watch your children while you attend? Check out our free child-minding services at Central Library.
- Energize with Grizzlies
Learn about how climate change and habitat loss affect grizzly bears, then explore solutions to protecting wildlife and the positive impacts we can all have on our landscapes. In partnership with The Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society. Registration is required.
- Legislating Love: The Everett Klippert Story
Join playwright Natalie Meisner, Professor of English and Director of Changemaking at Mount Royal University, as she tells the near-forgotten story of Everett Klippert – the last Canadian man jailed for being gay. In partnership with UCalgary Press. Registration is required.
- Tech Mentors
If you find technology challenging, we can help. Get answers or practise your skills with experienced volunteers. Any device is welcome. Registration is not required.
- 50+ Lecture Series
Join us for presentations on a variety of topics specifically of interest to older Calgarians, along with discussion and time to visit. Registration is not required.
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.