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Library at Home

Find your Library online.

Want to learn a new language, keep the kids busy with a craft, or simply relax with a good audiobook? Check out our treasure trove of free online resources that you can access anytime from home.

There’s something for everyone: virtual storytimes and early literacy activities, study help for students, even free online courses for adults. And of course, stream your favourite music, flip through a digital magazine, or watch an award-winning film.

It’s all here.


Call in to ask our experts

Our staff are here for you! Call the Library at 403.260.2600, or send us a message through chat or email to get in touch with a staff member.

Whether you want a personalized book recommendation, need tech support, are looking for help with schoolwork, or need information about current events, our experts can answer any questions you may have or connect you to the appropriate community resource.

Available Monday – Thursday, 9 am – 9 pm, Friday, 9 am – 6 pm, Saturday, 9 am – 5 pm.

Online Programs

Come join us online for free virtual programming! During the Library’s temporary closure, you can attend programs for a variety of audiences, including speaker presentations, group discussions, and activities with our Songwriter in Residence. 

Register for a free program


Just for Babies

Sing and play with your baby, led by our librarians, with these songs and rhymes that are used in Baby Rhyme Time programs. 

You and your family can access these videos any time, anywhere.

Watch Babies at Home videos

Activities for Young Children

Find ideas to keep your toddlers and preschoolers busy, with calm, quiet suggestions and active play in these Learn at Home videos and written instructions.

Check out these activities

Resources for School-Age Kids

Find school support for the Alberta curriculum, visit the Questionarium online, and conduct engaging science experiments with students learning at home. 

Get school tips