Central Library

Level 2

Visit the Author in Residence

Local authors take up residence in this studio space from September to November, reviewing manuscripts and leading programs along the way. This residency is designed to champion the joy of reading, foster an understanding of the craft of writing, and connect readers and writers.

Collections, services, and facilities are available for Calgarians of all abilities

  • Assistive listening devices in the Patricia A. Whelan Performance Hall

  • Closed Circuit Televisions at Central Library

  • Electronic Hand-held Magnifiers

  • Text-to-Speech Reader at Central Library

  • Text Telephones (TTY) at Central Library

  • Electronic Braille Display

  • Perkins Brailler

Get involved with your local Library.

Both adults and youth can become Library volunteers. The Volunteer Lounge is located on this level. Come find the right fit for you and discover nearly 30 programs where you can share your talents.

View volunteer opportunities

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Free, bookable meeting spaces are flexible for your group’s needs.

The Millar Family Learning and Discovery Room includes everything small groups might need to explore and learn. Donor Terry Millar recognized that his sense of discovery, connection to nature, and love of history came from his ancestors, and this room is named to celebrate the Millar family legacy.

The Terentiuk Space for Adult Learning is named for donor Robin Terentiuk and her late husband, Fred, who have been long-time supporters of literacy and education. This space recognizes the importance of learning throughout adulthood.

Book a free meeting space.