You can register for programs online, by calling 403.260.2620, or in person at your community library. You’ll need a valid Library card number and PIN for each person attending the program. Both parents/caregivers and children must have valid library memberships to register for all parented children’s programs. Library cards are free; register online or at your community library. Download the July - August 2018 or September - October 2018 issue of Library Connect.

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From: 23/Sep/2018 - To: 29/May/2019

"Grump" Said the Grumblie!

Wiggle and giggle your grumblies away in this energetic program led by author Deborah Miller. For children and their parents/caregivers.

Audience: Adults & Kids - Ages 3 to 5 with a parent/caregiver

1-2-3: Count With Me

Your toddler will love this introduction to numeracy and have fun with numbers using rhymes, songs, books, and active play.

Audience: Adults & Kids - Ages 2 to 3 with a parent/caregiver

50+ Lecture Series

Join us for presentations on a variety of topics along with discussion and time to visit.

Audience: Adults

A-B-C: You and Me

Read, sing, talk, and play together in this interactive circle time.

Audience: Adults & Kids - Ages 2 to 3 with a parent/caregiver

Advanced LinkedIn Profile Writing

Use your existing digital résumé to create a LinkedIn profile & explore networking online. Personal information, including social insurance number, is required & protected under FOIP. In partnership with Alberta Works.

Audience: Adults

Alberta Culture Days Spotlight: Walter MacDonald White Bear

Enjoy music and storytelling with Cree Singer-songwriter Walter MacDonald White Bear. Learn about indigenous teachings for modern times while experiencing native flute, guitar, and vocals.

Audience: All Ages

Alberta Culture Days with Jake Joy

Join artist Jake Joy to create a cityscape painting with layers of watercolour and ink. All supplies included.

Audience: Adults & Kids

All About Animals

Explore the habitats and behaviour of animals and learn what their teeth tell us about them. In partnership with Mad Science.

Audience: Kids - Ages 5 to 12

Artist in Residence Talk: Nicole Wolf

Join the Library’s Artist in Residence, Nicole Wolf, a visual storyteller and children’s illustrator, for a presentation about her career that spans mapping the Calgary Zoo to collaborative mural making with children in a Greek refugee camp.

Audience: All Ages

Babies Go Boo!

Dress up your baby and celebrate Halloween with stories, rhymes, and songs.

Audience: Adults & Kids - Ages 6 to 23 months with a parent/caregiver

Baby Bookworms

Have fun sharing books, rhymes, and songs with your little one.

Audience: Adults & Kids - Ages 13 to 23 months with a parent/caregiver

Baby Rhyme Time

Welcome your baby to the Library. Enjoy songs, rhymes, and stories that will make your baby smile.

Audience: Adults & Kids - Ages up to 12 months with a parent/caregiver

Baby's Big Playdate

Let's play! Join us for a fun and social hour of discovery and exploration.

Audience: Adults & Kids - Ages up to 12 months with a parent/caregiver

Beginner Blackfoot

Learn the basics of the Blackfoot language in partnership with the Aboriginal Friendship Centre of Calgary. Held in Village Square Recreation Centre Community Room. Cultural teachings at Buffalo Rock Tipi Camp. Classes continue until December 15. Lunch is included.

Audience: All Ages

Beginner Cree

Learn the basics of the Cree language in partnership with the Aboriginal Friendship Centre of Calgary. Cultural teachings at Buffalo Rock Tipi Camp.

Audience: All Ages

Beginner Michif

Learn the basics of the Michif language of the Metis people in partnership with the Aboriginal Friendship Centre of Calgary. Cultural teaching at Buffalo Rock Tipi Camp. Classes continue until December 15. Lunch is included.

Audience: All Ages

Bill’s Book Café with Brad Zumwalt

Entrepreneur and Founding Partner of Social Venture Partners, Brad Zumwalt, discusses a world full of unicorns, robots, and wonder (the future!) in Tim O’Reilly’s provocative book WTF; What’s the Future and Why It’s Up To Us.

Audience: Adults

Book Discussion Group: Adult

Join other book lovers and discover new or classic titles in facilitated discussions.

Audience: Adults

Break the Cycle: Spend Less and Save More

Learn the top five goals needed in every financial plan, and discover ten habits to help you save money and reduce expenses. In partnership with Money Mentors.

Audience: Adults

Calgary Canzine 2018

Enjoy access to zines, artist books, and interactive workshops at Calgary's free annual Festival of Zines and Underground Culture. In partnership with Broken Pencil Magazine, Filling Station, and Wordfest.

Audience: All Ages

Calligraphy: Writing with Style for Teens

Learn a fun, interesting hand lettering style with a member of the Bow Valley Calligraphy Guild. All supplies are included to complete a project.

Audience: Teens - Ages 13 to 17

Canadian Immigration Process

Learn about Canada's immigration policies including citizenship, sponsorship of family members, and applying for a Super Visa. In partnership with the Calgary Catholic Immigration Society.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Career Basics: Interview Skills

Improve your skills by learning about different types of questions and how to answer them. In partnership with Bow Valley College.

Audience: Adults

Career Basics: Resume Development

Learn how to create a professional resumé to put your best foot forward. In partnership with Bow Valley College.

Audience: Adults

Career Coaching

Drop in for one-on-one help with job searching skills, take part in practice interviews, revamp your resumé, or craft that all-important cover letter. Sign up on the day on a first-come, first-served basis.

Audience: Adults

Chess in the Library

Play chess supported by coaching from the Calgary Chess/Junior Chess Clubs. Children under 12 must be with a parent or caregiver.

Audience: Adults & Kids

Choosing Quality Child Care

Learn about different options in child care, how those choices impact your child, access to subsidies, and questions to ask providers. In partnership with Children's Services.

Audience: Adults

Citizenship and Civic Participation Class

Learn about Canada with the purpose of preparing yourself for the Citizenship Exam. In partnership with Immigrant Services Calgary.

Audience: Adults

Citizenship and Civic Participation Workshop

Learn about Canada with the purpose of preparing yourself for the Citizenship Exam in this in-depth workshop. Attendance is required for both sessions. In partnership with Immigrant Services Calgary.

Audience: Adults

Code Club

Learn to code by creating your own game, designing a website, and more. Designed for beginner coders.

Audience: Kids - Ages 10 to 12

codeTEEN: Intro to Game Design

Find out what makes a good game and develop basic coding skills as you create the games YOU want to play!

Audience: Teens - Ages 12 to 17

codeTEEN: Intro to Web Design

Curious about web design? Learn HTML & CSS, which lets you create websites and customize sites like Tumblr, WordPress, and DeviantArt.

Audience: Teens - Ages 12 to 17

Coding Buddies

Learn the basics of coding and create your own game. Designed for beginner coders.

Audience: Kids - Ages 6 to 9

Colossal Calgary Playdate

Play builds the foundation for a lifetime of learning. Come prepared to play with your baby or toddler at the biggest and best playdate ever.

Audience: Adults & Kids - Ages up to 3 with a parent/caregiver

ConocoPhillips Reading Buddies

Teen volunteers and Library staff provide one-on-one reading support and fun literacy activities for young readers.

Audience: Kids & Teens - Ages 6 to 8

Crack the Code

Bring the whole family for a fun introduction to computer programming.

Audience: All Ages

Create, Share, Store: Using Cloud Technology

Join us for an overview of popular, free online cloud-based storage and applications.

Audience: Adults

Dementia Awareness Training

Learn about dementia, risk reduction, available resources, and information on volunteer opportunities. In partnership with the Brenda Strafford Foundation.

Audience: Adults

Download and Enjoy: Music, Magazines, and Film

Learn how to download or stream free music, magazines, and films from the eLibrary to your device using RBdigital Magazines, Hoopla, Flipster, and Freegal.

Audience: Adults

Downtown Library Walking Tours

Enjoy walking tours of the East Village and Beltline communities surrounding Central and Memorial Park Libraries, and discover their unique literary and cultural histories.

Audience: Adults

Driving in Alberta

Newcomers will learn about available resources, obtaining licenses, safety regulations, insurance policies, and purchasing a vehicle. In partnership with the Calgary Catholic Immigration Society.

Audience: Adults

Drop-in Family Storytime

Drop in for stories, songs, and finger plays the whole family can enjoy.

Audience: Adults & Kids - Ages 2 to 5 with a parent/caregiver

eBooks and Library Apps Coaching

Drop in for help with eBooks and Library apps. Devices must be set up and ready to use before the program. Please be familiar with your device and passwords.

Audience: Adults

eBooks: A Library On the Go

Curious about eBooks? Library staff demonstrate how to download an eBook using OverDrive.

Audience: Adults

ELL School Success

English Language Learners are paired with teen volunteers to learn new words. Presentations provided for parents on how to support their child's language learning.

Audience: Adults & Kids - Ages 6 to 8 with a parent/caregiver

ESL Coffee and Conversation

Practise your English speaking and listening skills in an informal drop-in setting. Coffee is provided.

Audience: Adults

ESL Conversation Club (Intermediate)

Practise your English listening and speaking skills in this six-week program.

Audience: Adults

ESL Writing Club

Practise your English writing skills in this six-week program. Intermediate English language skills are required. Register at 403.774.2544.

Audience: Adults

Explore Trades Training

Discover how a free pre-apprentice program can help you build important skills. Intended for Indigenous people or those born outside of Canada. In partnership with Momentum.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Fall Bulbs for Spring Flowers

Learn about different types of bulbs and how to plant them through interactive games. Led by Janet Melrose, Calgary's Cottage Gardener.

Audience: Kids - Ages 3 to 5 with a parent/caregiver

Family History Coaching

Drop in for help with genealogy research. In partnership with the Alberta Family Histories Society.

Audience: Adults

Family Law Workshop: Property Division

Discover how the law addresses property division when a marriage or common-law relationship ends. In partnership with Calgary Legal Guidance.

Audience: Adults

Fire Truck Storytime

Join us for a special family storytime with Engine 23, our exciting fire truck exhibit.

Audience: Adults & Kids - Ages 2 to 5 with a parent/caregiver

Flipbook Animation

Make your own cartoons by learning simple animation through creating flipbooks. In partnership with the Quickdraw Animation Society.

Audience: Kids - Ages 8 to 12

Game Changing Books: Hayy Ibn Yaqzan

Discover how Ibn Tufayl’s twelfth century Andalusian tale, Hayy Ibn Yaqzan, played an important role in the culture of the West. Led by Dr. Karim Dharamsi, Mount Royal University.

Audience: Adults

Game-Changing Books: A Theory of Cognitive Dissonance

Enjoy a look at the development and contemporary applications of one of psychology’s most important theories. Led by Dr. April McGrath, Mount Royal University.

Audience: Adults

Get Your Resume Past the Gatekeepers

Boost your chances of getting your resumé noticed with tips from Joy Cohen, Author and Career Counsellor.

Audience: Adults

Guitar Circle

Join other guitar players of all levels and have fun learning and sharing new tunes.

Audience: Adults & Teens - Ages 12 and up

Guitar Class

Learn basic cords and simple tunes in this beginner class.

Audience: Adults & Teens - Ages 12 and up

Historic Walking Tour: Memorial Park Library and Central Memorial Park

Join us for a walking tour of the history and architectural features of Memorial Park Library and Central Memorial Park. Archival photographs will provide perspective.

Audience: All Ages

Homeowner Basics

Learn the costs of purchasing and maintaining a home, what is required to qualify for a mortgage, and whether it is better to rent or own. In partnership with the Credit Counselling Society.

Audience: Adults

Homework Club for New Canadians

Get help with your homework, practise your English, and improve your grades. Participants must bring homework. In partnership with The Calgary Bridge Foundation for Youth.

Audience: Kids & Teens - Ages 6 to 17

I'm With the Band: Led Zeppelin

Bring an instrument and your favourite Led Zeppelin tune to share with other musicians. Music chords and class structure will be provided.

Audience: Adults & Teens - Ages 16 and up

Idea Coaching

Join our Idea Coaches to learn about design thinking and how to better understand your audience, define your opportunity, and generate new ideas.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Indigenous Drumming Circle

Join Cree8 as they lead us in a drumming circle featuring traditional Indigenous songs and drumming.

Audience: All Ages

Intermediate Microsoft Excel Online

Learn to sort and filter data, apply formulas, and create charts and graphs in your online spreadsheets.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Intermediate Microsoft PowerPoint Online

Enhance your online slideshows with SmartArt graphics, videos, tables, and more.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Intermediate Microsoft Word Online

Create online professional looking documents including tables, bullets, and pictures.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Introduction to Google Drive

Learn how to use Google Drive to share, save, and manage documents and information.

Audience: Adults

Introduction to Microsoft Excel Online

Learn how to create an online Excel spreadsheet, including entering and formatting data as well as basic functions.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint Online

Learn the basics of Microsoft PowerPoint Online including design templates, transitions, and animations.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Introduction to Microsoft Word Online

Learn the basics of Microsoft Word Online, including creating, formatting, saving, and printing online documents.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Introduction to Solid Foods

Learn about your baby's microbiota – how it changes, when to wean, and foods that may induce allergies. In partnership with the Snyder Institute for Chronic Diseases.

Audience: Adults

It's Magic

Join Richard Rondeau for an amazing and astounding magic show.

Audience: All Ages

Keeping the Home Language Alive

Learn from Calgary Board of Education staff about the importance of maintaining your home language and how to support your children in learning a new language.

Audience: Adults

Law at Your Library: Owning a Condominium

Learn about condominium boards, bylaws, common property, and your responsibilities as a condominium owner.

Audience: Adults

Law at Your Library: Wills and Estates

Learn how to plan your will, including appointing your executor, appointing a guardian for minor children, your legal obligations, and what happens if you die without a will. In partnership with Calgary Legal Guidance.

Audience: Adults

Learn English Storytime: Korean

Practise your English with other parents and children who speak Korean.

Audience: Adults & Kids - Ages up to 5 with a parent/caregiver

Learn English Storytime: Spanish

Practise your English with other parents and children who speak Spanish.

Audience: Adults & Kids - Ages up to 5 with a parent/caregiver

Learn Online with the Library

Learn anything you want with great online tools like Lynda.com and Gale Courses. We'll show you how!

Audience: Adults

LEGO Club

Join us to build, create, and explore! LEGO provided.

Audience: Kids & Teens

Level Up! Gaming Club

If you love video games or tabletop gaming, this club is for you. Drop in to relax, snack, and play games of all kinds.

Audience: Teens - Ages 13 to 17

LIBIN 101: Engaging Community on Heart Health, Research & Innovation

Join a researcher from the Libin Cardiovascular Institute of Alberta (U of C, AHS) for a discussion on the human heart and current research.

Audience: Adults

Marvellous Math for Preschoolers

Get your child thinking with numbers in this fun, early numeracy program. In partnership with EducationWise Inc.

Audience: Adults & Kids - Ages 3 to 5 with a parent/caregiver

Math Quest

Embark on a math quest. Explore the Library while completing fun numeracy challenges that support what you learn in school. Caregivers are invited to stay & play. All math skill levels welcome.

Audience: Kids - Ages 6 to 12

Mineral Mania

Explore how rocks and minerals are formed. Make a volcano and take it home! In partnership with Mad Science.

Audience: Kids - Ages 5 to 12

Mmmm ... Taste

Discover the yummy biology behind your taste buds. In partnership with Mad Science.

Audience: Adults & Kids - Ages 3 to 5 with a parent/caregiver

My First Music Lesson: Piano

Picking up an instrument for the first time? Register for an introductory lesson with a music coach. Short 15-20 minute lessons are taught on a first-come, first-served basis. Participants may register for one session every month. See calgarylibrary.ca/music for more details.

Audience: All Ages - Ages 5 and up

My First Music Lesson: Violin

Picking up an instrument for the first time? Register for an introductory lesson with a music coach. Short 15-20 minute lessons are taught on a first-come, first-served basis. Participants must bring their own violin. Participants may register for one session every month. See calgarylibrary.ca/music for more details.

Audience: All Ages

My So-called Life (So Far): A Creative Nonfiction Youth Workshop with the Author in Residence

The real world is generous with stories and is filled with characters in need of an author. Teen writers (ages 15 to 18) will mine their own real-life experiences for stories, while transforming themselves and the people they know into compelling characters.

Audience: Teens - Ages 15 to 18

NaNoWriMo: Captivating Characters

Discuss what makes us root for the underdog, or love to hate the villain. Learn and share tips with your fellow writers. In partnership with the Calgary Chapter of NaNoWriMo.

Audience: Adults

NaNoWriMo: Phenomenal Plots

Discover how to get your readers turning the page by analyzing currently popular stories. In partnership with the Calgary Chapter of NaNoWriMo.

Audience: Adults

NaNoWriMo: Questions and Answers

Discover how you can write 50,000 words in one month. Bring all your writing questions. In partnership with the Calgary Chapter of NaNoWriMo.

Audience: Adults

Neighborhood Story Map

Drop in to make art with the Library’s Artist in Residence, Nicole Wolf, a visual storyteller and children’s illustrator. Map your own community, in a not very traditional way! Caregivers welcome.

Audience: Kids

New Friends & Neighbourhood Groups for Women

Join other immigrant women to practise English, make friends, and learn about resources. Free childcare provided. In partnership with CIWA.

Audience: Adults

Our New Central Library

Join us for a brief presentation to learn about this incredible project and explore what you can see and do there when the doors to Calgary’s new Central Library open on November 1!

Audience: Adults

Pet Shop

Learn how to be a responsible pet owner, be aware of financial responsibilities and unexpected expenses. In partnership with Chartered Professional Accountants Canada.

Audience: Kids & Teens - Ages 9 to 17

Pop 'n Tot

It's adventure time for male caregivers and their babies! Features fun games, books, rhymes, and activities.

Audience: Adults & Kids - Ages 6 to 23 months with a parent/caregiver

Read With Engine 23 Supported by Pembina

Join a firefighter from the Calgary Fire Department as we share stories and learn about fire safety. Supported by Pembina.

Audience: All Ages

Reading With Royalty

Celebrate inclusion and diversity with our new fun and glamourous family-friendly storytime program, led by local drag queen and king performers. Supported by ATB Financial.

Audience: All Ages - Ages up to 5

Reality is Optional Writing Club

Play with your words in this creative writing club for teens. Led by Kim Firmston, Alexandra Writers’ Centre Society.

Audience: Teens - Ages 13 to 17

Robotics with Robogals for Girls!

Learn to code using LEGO Mindstorms robots. This program is designed especially for girls.

Audience: Kids - Ages 8 to 12

Rock 'N' Fossil Road Show

Enjoy an awesome collection of rocks and fossils and have your own pet rocks and favourite fossils identified by experts. In partnership with the Geological Survey of Canada.

Audience: All Ages

School Support: Language Arts

Bring your writing assignments for help from trained volunteers. In partnership with the University of Calgary, Department of English.

Audience: Kids & Teens - Ages 10 to 14

School Support: Math

Bring your math assignments for help from trained volunteers. Explore digital resources to support school success.

Audience: Kids & Teens - Ages 10 to 14

School's Out

Unwind and give your brain a break. Take part in fun activities or just hang out and talk. In partnership with Calgary Afterschool. All teens are welcome.

Audience: Teens - Ages 13 to 17

School's Out All Day

Drop in to the Library anytime on your PD Day for games, crafts, and other fun activities.

Audience: Kids - Ages 6 to 12

School's Out for Tweens

Join us for fun activities, crafts, and games in this relaxing program for tweens.

Audience: Kids & Teens - Ages 10 to 14

Settlement Services

Meet one-on-one with a settlement worker. Ask questions about language learning, immigration, employment, housing, and much more.

Audience: Adults

Sign Language for Babies

Communicate and bond with your child before he or she can speak by learning basic ASL signs together. For babies age 6 - 12 months with a parent.

Audience: Adults & Kids - Ages 6 to 12 months with a parent/caregiver

Sleep In 10 Days or Less!

Overcome common sleep challenges with young children and get tips on using a safe and gentle approach. For parents of babies. Led by Whitney Miller, Certified Infant and Toddler Sleep Specialist.

Audience: Adults

Sleep Well

Learn how to get your little one into a routine and have your sleep questions answered. For parents of babies. Led by Kathy Carter, Sleep Specialist.

Audience: Adults

Small Business Tuesdays: Cash Flow – Profit First!

Discover the simple way to manage cash flow so that your business is profitable. In partnership with Jos Willard Coaching.

Audience: Adults

Small Business Tuesdays: Employer and Industry Research

Learn how to make informed business decisions, identify new opportunities, and better prepare for job interviews and networking. Led by Calgary Public Library staff

Audience: Adults

Small Business Tuesdays: You’re getting audited!

Learn the basics of being prepared for the auditing process. In partnership with Jab Consulting.

Audience: Adults

Story PALS

Trained Pet Access League Society (PALS) volunteers and their highly socialized dogs provide a calm, accepting presence for struggling readers to practise reading aloud in 15 minute one-on-one sessions.

Audience: Kids - Ages 6 to 12

Tech Mentors

If you find technology challenging, we can help. Get your questions answered or practise your skills with support from experienced volunteers. Any device is welcome.

Audience: Adults

TEDxCalgary Meetup

Watch a TED Talk video, share your thoughts with other curious explorers, and hear ideas on related topics. Visit www.MeetUp.com/TEDxCalgary-Community/ for topics.

Audience: Adults

Teens Create

Let your creative side shine! Make and trade buttons, craft with duct tape, and more.

Audience: Teens - Ages 13 to 17

Tell Me Your Story: A Writer in the Library with the Author in Residence

Do you have a personal story you want to share with our Author in Residence? Marcello is listening. Drop by his desk at the local library.

Audience: Adults

Thank You for Thanksgiving!

Come celebrate Thanksgiving with stories, rhymes, and songs.

Audience: Adults & Kids - Ages 2 to 5 with a parent/caregiver

The Bottle Picker Monologues

Join us for a theatrical evening created by current and past bottle pickers that gives insight into their diverse experiences. In partnership with Downstage and Calgary Can. See http://www.downstage.ca/bpm2018 for details.

Audience: Adults

The Path to Math

Learn successful tips and tricks to start your toddlers and preschoolers down the road to enjoying math. In partnership with EducationWise Inc.

Audience: Adults

The War at Sea 1914 - 1918

Learn about the clash of the dreadnoughts at Jutland, the rise of the submarine, and more. Led by Stéphane Guevremont.

Audience: Adults

This All Happened: A Documentary Literature Workshop with the Author in Residence

Explore how to transform lived experience into literary art. Designed for adult writers.

Audience: Adults

Toastmasters International - Youth Leadership Program

Develop speaking and presentation skills, self-confidence, and strong leadership abilities.

Audience: Teens - Ages 13 to 17

Transfer Your Skills to a Different Industry

Explore new job markets and learn how to persuade potential employers to give you a chance. Led by Joy Cohen, Author and Career Counsellor.

Audience: Adults

Two Wheel View

Learn leadership skills, environmental responsibility, and cultural awareness through this bicycle mechanics course. Participants will earn a free bike at the end of the session.

Audience: Kids & Teens - Ages 12 to 14

Understanding Aging: Alberta Ombudsman

Join us as we learn about who the Ombudsman is, and what they can do to assist seniors.

Audience: Adults

Understanding Aging: Driving for Seniors

Explore the ins and outs of driving as you age. Led by Marilyn Moldowan.

Audience: Adults

Understanding Aging: Seniors Benefits

Join us for this presentation on the benefits offered by the Government of Alberta for seniors. Led by Trish Whyte, Seniors Services Division, Ministry of Seniors and Housing.

Audience: Adults

Unschooling to University

Join Author Judy Arnall as she explains what unschooling is and why it works. Based on her new book, Unschooling To University: Relationships matter most in a world crammed with content.

Audience: Adults

Vacations on a Budget

Explore ways to save money while planning and during vacation so you can have fun without worrying about money. In partnership with Credit Counselling Society.

Audience: Adults

Water Rites: Reimagining Water in the West

Join Dr. Jim Ellis along with activists and conservation groups in a discussion about water. Co-led by the University of Calgary Press and the Calgary Institute for the Humanities.

Audience: Adults

Welcome to Canada: Academic Success in Junior/Senior High

Learn about different levels of ELL/ESL, core and option courses, guidance counsellors, and graduation requirements. In partnership with the Calgary Bridge Foundation. Register at 403.875.4662.

Audience: Adults

Welcome to Canada: School Systems in Calgary

Learn about school systems, program choices, school fees and rebates, and homework help resources. In partnership with the Calgary Bridge Foundation for Youth. Register at 403.230.7745.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Who You Know Can Help You Grow

Leverage current relationships, learn how to increase professional contacts, and expand your tool box of modern networking tools. In partnership with Opportunities Knock.

Audience: Adults

Wiggle, Giggle, Boo!

Join us for spooky stories, songs, and rhymes. Wear your costume-if you dare!

Audience: Adults & Kids - Ages 2 to 5 with a parent/caregiver

Words and Wiggles

Learn new ideas for play with your preschooler in this active program that explores all five senses through movement, play, story, and song. Supported by TD Friends of the Environment.

Audience: Adults & Kids - Ages 3 to 5 with a parent/caregiver

You and the Blue

Learn about policing in our city as you join Calgary Police Service officers for an informal conversation about their work. In partnership with the Calgary Police Service.

Audience: Adults

Youth Employment

Register as a Youth Employment Centre client and receive job search, career or educational advice, and referrals to employers. For ages 15 to 25 years. In partnership with the City of Calgary Youth Employment Centre.

Audience: Adults & Teens - Ages 15 to 25

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