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From: 26/Sep/2020 - To: 28/Dec/2020

Adventures in Mapmaking

Join Historian in Residence Shaun Hunter to find out about her project to map Calgary’s literary landmarks. Shaun will share her motivation behind the project, and a few of the treasures she’s found in the city’s storied landscape.

Audience: Adults

Alberta Bear Care

Alberta is home to two different species of bears, who are very important to our environment. During this presentation, we will learn how bears live in the wild, and what we humans can do to help protect our bear neighbours!

Audience: Kids - Ages 7 to 12

Ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, and the Holy Land in Victorian Popular Culture

As archaeologists explored Egypt, Mesopotamia, and the Holy Land in the Nineteenth century, the results of these discoveries were explored in Victorian popular culture. From world’s fairs to design, from mummy stories to opera, from secret societies to scholarly communities, McGeough will explore Victorian readings of the ancient Middle East.

Audience: All Ages

Anxiety in a Time of Crisis

Anxiety is a part of everyday life. Moderate, transient levels of anxiety can help some people focus and be an impetus for motivation. However, extreme anxiety becomes debilitating and may require clinical assessment and treatment. Join Drs. Arnold and Patten for a discussion and Q&A on anxiety in a time of crisis. Moderator: Dr. A. Bulloch.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Arachnids All Around (Ages 6 to 8)

Pop quiz: how many legs do spiders and scorpions have? “Easy,” you say. “Eight, because they’re both arachnids.” You’re right, so here’s a tougher one: what do their pedipalps look like? Tune in to see for yourself with real live tarantulas, scorpions, and other awesome arachnids.

Audience: Kids - Ages 6 to 8

Arachnids All Around (Ages 9 to 12)

Pop quiz: how many legs do spiders and scorpions have? “Easy,” you say. “Eight, because they’re both arachnids.” You’re right, so here’s a tougher one: what do their pedipalps look like? Tune in to see for yourself with real live tarantulas, scorpions, and other awesome arachnids.

Audience: Kids - Ages 9 to 12

Astro Pi: Send Your Code into Orbit!

Code a program in Python. Your message will reach the International Space Station! Please use your laptop or desktop computer as the website may not work with a tablet or phone.

Audience: Kids - Ages 9 to 12

Aya Mhana: A Musical Exhibition

Join Newcomer Artist in Residence Aya Mhana, a Syrian-born singer, songwriter, and oud player as she shares her final exhibition through the music created during her residency.

Audience: All Ages

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 23 months with a parent/caregiver

Bat Basics

Discover the world of bats, and bust some bat-phobic myths.

Audience: Kids - Ages 7 to 12

Birds of Prey

Learn amazing facts, such as the difference between a raptor and a falcon and which bird of prey is like a stealth bomber.

Audience: Kids - Ages 7 to 12

Book Discussion Group: Adult

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

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Book Discussion Group: Bucket List Books

We all have them. The books we’ve been meaning to read; the ones we neglected in school; the ones that languish on our shelves. Good news! The time has come to read these timeless classics. Join like-minded readers the second Wednesday of every month for a lively online discussion.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Book Discussion Group: Food for Thought

Join fellow foodies online and explore different cookbook authors, cuisines, food memories, techniques and more, as we share what we’re eating and reading. Each month has a different theme and is jam packed with kitchen tips, tricks, and resources.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Books & Ideas: Field Notes from a Pandemic with Ethan Lou

Join author Ethan Lou in discussion with freelance journalist Cailynn Klingbeil as he discusses the societal effects of COVID-19, and takes us on a mesmerizing journey around a world that will never be the same.

Audience: Adults

Books & Ideas: Saskatchewan Book with George Webber

Bright colours, sun-baked facades, and endless horizons. Experience over 30 years of photographic work by George Webber that will transport you across the boundaries of time. Listen and immerse yourself in memorable photographs from "Saskatchewan Book". Join the presentation in-person or by live-stream with a Q&A hosted by The Camera Store.

Audience: Adults

Books & Ideas: The Henna Artist with Alka Joshi

The book everyone is raving about, including Reese Witherspoon! Join bestselling author Alka Joshi in conversation with Anila Lee Yuen, CEO, Centre for Newcomers, as they discuss Joshi's evocative debut novel which portrays one woman’s struggle during India’s pivotal time of the 1950s.

Audience: Adults

Books & Ideas: The Writer’s Library with Nancy Pearl

America’s favourite librarian Nancy Pearl interviewed a host of notable authors to discover the books that shaped and inspired them. Pearl joins local librarian Rosemary Griebel to discuss this celebration of writers, readers, libraries, and bookstores. Come prepared to build your “to read” list!

Audience: Adults

Canadian Animals: Build a Habitat in Scratch

If you like world-building games, how about coding your own? Pick a critter and create the perfect environment for it.

Audience: Kids - Ages 9 to 12

Cancer Clinical Trials: From Bench to the Clinic for Real World Patients

Cancer treatments are evolving at an incredible pace. What is Calgary doing to advance the development of new medicines through clinical trials? Join experts from the Tom Baker Cancer Centre and the University of Calgary’s Department of Oncology as they share the latest on cancer clinical trials and an update on the new Calgary Cancer Centre.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Career Basics: Career Transitions

Thinking of moving to a new career? Learn about the unique challenges and opportunities that come with looking for work mid-life and how to smoothly transition to a new career through networking and resumé strategies during this online program.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Career Basics: Interview Skills

Win over your job competition by improving your interview skills. Learn about different types of questions and how to answer them effectively during this online program.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Career Basics: Networking

How can you find a job during the pandemic? Learn how to network with people effectively over LinkedIn and using other methods without leaving your home so you can find a job during this online program.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Career Basics: Resume Development

Are you looking for a job? Learn how to create a professional resumé to put your best foot forward during this online program.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Chasing Eclipses with Fred Espenak (Mr. Eclipse)

From his experience at the Goddard Space Flight Centre, world renowned astrophysicist and author Fred Espenak will take us on a journey through previous solar eclipses and discuss the upcoming eclipse happening across North America in 2024.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Creatures and Climate

Did you know that climate change is already having an impact on wildlife in Alberta? Join us to learn more about how wildlife responds to climate change, and what we humans can do to help.

Audience: Kids - Ages 6 to 8

Drawing Class: Still Life (Ages 9 to 12)

Create an illustration that features carefully placed food items found in our school lunches. What will your next still life be?

Audience: Kids - Ages 9 to 12

Elders Storytelling Series

The Elders’ Guidance Circle (EGC) is excited to re-launch the Elders’ In-Residence program virtually in October. Join us virtually for the Elders Storytellers Series and learn who are the elders and knowledge keepers of the space and find out what they do and have been doing since the pandemic began.

Audience: All Ages

ELL Conversation Circle (Intermediate)

Join this free, online conversation group to practice speaking English, meet new virtual friends, and learn about local community and culture. The program is open to all adults (ages 18+) with limited spaces available. Please register for all three classes in this session.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Executors and Funerals- Being an Executor Is A Hard Job

Join us for a candid conversation about being an Executor, learn about the role and responsibilities of an Executor when arranging the funeral, if the Executor can change your plans, how is an Executor compensated, and much more.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Explore the Solar System

We travel to all 8 planets and far beyond. We’ll teach you how to see these planets from your backyard!

Audience: Kids - Ages 6 to 12

Exploring Religion: A Mysterious Medieval Mural – More than Witches and Eroticism!

Recently a medieval mural was discovered in Tuscany, and many thought it dealt with fertility and eroticism, but it also speaks of politics and gender in a series of historic firsts. This talk will focus on the extent to which religious concepts can inform our culture.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Exploring Religion: Early Christianity in the Near East

When we think about the earliest Christians, we tend to focus on those known from the New Testament, Rome, and early Byzantium. However, distinctive Christian communities flourished in Mesopotamia and Iran as well. Explore these communities and their current development in the Middle East.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Exploring Religion: Early Modern Women Religious Leaders in the Hispanic World

From visionaries, theologians, and Intellectuals, to poets and dissenters; explore the world women religious leaders in Spain and Latin America between 1400 and 1700.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Exploring Religion: Hildegard of Bingen - A Defiant Saint

Explore the life and actions of Hildegard of Bingen (d.1179), often described as a prophetess and saint. However, she did not exhibit the saintly traits of humility and obedience. Rather, she was a formidable individual who excelled in a world where imposing women were few.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Exploring Religion: Religion and Technology

Explore questions around the complex relationship between technology and religion. How does technology affect our understanding and practice of religion? What does being religious or spiritual mean in the age of pandemics when so many of our interactions are virtual?

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Exploring Religion: Revelation in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam

Library shelves are full of many types of books but what kind of books are on the shelves of synagogues, churches, and mosques? Explore the sacred texts of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam and consider the view of revelation in each faith tradition.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Family Storytime

Join us online for stories, songs, and finger plays the whole family can enjoy. Takes place twice daily at 10:00 AM and 2:00 PM, Monday through Saturday.

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

Fire Safety for Kids (Ages 6-8)

Do you have a Fire Escape plan? You will learn safety topics such as being safe around matches and lighters, what to do if your clothes catch on fire or you have a fire in your house. How to call 911. Watch a firefighter get into their gear and learn about the tools we use.

Audience: Kids - Ages 6 to 8

Fire Safety for Kids (Ages 9-12)

Did you know cooking fires are the number one causes of home fires? Learn how to be safe in the kitchen. You will also learn about the fire hazards in your bedroom and how to make your bedroom the safest room in your home. Have you ever done a fire drill at home? Learn how in this session in partnership with the Calgary Fire Department.

Audience: Kids - Ages 9 to 12

Funeral Planning During Challenging and Stressful Times

Join us for a candid conversation about planning a funeral ahead of time so your family will know what to do. We will discuss why it is important to record your wishes, how to discuss with your family, what to consider when choosing a funeral provider, and what resources are available to help.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Gathering Medicine: A Sharing Circle

During this time of social isolation, stories strengthen our spirits. Join Richard Van Camp for this monthly program where you will be encouraged to share your own miracle story: a story from your family or personal life that provided a powerful lesson or surprised you. Let’s gather and allow stories to guide us through these challenging times.

Audience: Adults

Girls in STEM: Blood Clot Simulation

Join our presenter for a fun demonstration to learn how to build a lava lamp at home to simulate blood clots formed in the body. You will learn about the chemistry and biology behind the experiment, and who made these incredible discoveries.

Audience: Kids - Ages 9 to 12

Girls in STEM: Elephant Toothpaste

Elephant's Toothpaste is an exciting demo that illustrates the principles of chemical reactions. Join our presenter to explore the chemistry behind different types of reactions, and learn about the female scientists that have contributed to what we know.

Audience: Kids - Ages 9 to 12

Girls in STEM: Popsicle Stick Catapults

Explore the world of physics through building your own simple machine! Join our presenter in this hands-on demonstration building a catapult at home and learn about the physics behind it. Materials required: Popsicle sticks, rubber bands, a plastic spoon.

Audience: Kids - Ages 9 to 12

Girls in STEM: Potato Battery

Join us to explore the principles of electricity by building a battery with a potato! During this presentation we will investigate the science behind electricity, and the inspiring female scientists that contributed to these discoveries.

Audience: Kids - Ages 9 to 12

Go Stamps Go!

From Mounties playing rugby in front of the Deane House to R. B. Bennett performing a ceremonial kick off at Mewata Stadium during the Depression, the team we love had a parallel history with Calgary. Shelly McElroy presents a fan’s perspective of the Stampeders. No green allowed!

Audience: Adults

Halloween Sky

This Halloween we have a Full Moon! Also explore some creepy looking nebulae imaged with the Hubble Space Telescope!

Audience: Kids - Ages 6 to 12

Harvest Angel Drawing Class

Create a cute figure standing in a field of pumpkins on a starry night. So much to be thankful for!

Audience: Kids - Ages 9 to 12

Indian Horse Film Screening

This feature film adaptation Richard Wagamese’s award winning novel, tells the tale of a boy who survives residential school through his love of hockey and recounts his healing journey of self-awareness and self-acceptance.

Audience: Adults

Introduction to Freefall Writing with Lori Hahnel

Freefall writing is writing without fear, without censure, without holding back any sensuous details. Writers at all levels find the “freefall” method to be a useful tool to kickstart any genre of writing. Find out what freefalling is, and why it’s beneficial in a writing routine. Come prepared to write in a supportive online environment.

Audience: Adults

Introduction to Storytelling for Adults

One of the most powerful acts is sharing experiences through story. Every one of us is a storyteller, but what makes a story come alive? Join one of Canada’s best storytellers, Richard Van Camp, as he discusses the craft and basic elements of a good narrative and how to turn a tiny tale into a compelling whopper.

Audience: Adults

Jesus and John Wayne: An Afternoon with Dr Kristin Kobes Du Mez

Join author Dr Du Mez as she delivers The Iwaasa Lecture on Urban Theology and discusses her new book Jesus and John Wayne which explores the history of white evangelical popular culture, gender, and politics. With Professor Carolyn Muessig, Chair of Christian Thought, Department of Classics and Religion, University of Calgary.

Audience: Adults

Job Desk Online

Online Job Desk lets you chat one-on-one with a career coach so you can get expert advice at home. Whether you need help writing a stand-out resume, building interviewing skills, or getting started with your job search, our career experts can guide you with a 30-minute, one-on-one session. Use the link in the blue box below to register.

Audience: Adults & Teens

Law at Your Library: Child, Partner, and Spousal Support

Learn about the law and financial support in Alberta. Find out about child support and partner and spousal support.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Law at Your Library: Property Division

Learn the law and property division when a relationship ends in Alberta. Find out how to divide property and manage debts for married and unmarried people.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Law at Your Library: Wills and Estates

Plan your future with Calgary Legal Guidance’s session on wills and estates. Learn the terminology, such as what an executor is, their duties, and when a guardian is required. Learn about how to plan your will, and what will happen to your property and dependent children in case you pass away before creating one.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Living fully: Take Charge of Your Life

Depression affects men and women of any age, education, economic or social status. In Alberta 46% of individuals experience depression or anxiety, and almost half of those affected don’t seek help. Learn the signs and symptoms of depression and what you can do if you feel like you are struggling.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Mars: The Red Planet

Will we become Martians? Explore what NASA has discovered about the world next door.

Audience: Kids - Ages 6 to 8

National Seniors Day Celebration Watch Party

Discover how the search for love changes – or doesn’t change – when 30 seniors go speed dating. Join THIRD ACTion Film Festival and Calgary Public Library in celebrating National Seniors’ Day and all the older adults in your life by enjoying a screening of The Age of Love followed by a Q & A with U of C professor emerita Mary Valentich.

Audience: Adults

Navigating the Seas of Publishing with Lori Hahnel

You’ve written, revised, sought feedback, redrafted and polished. Now comes the hard part: getting your work published. This discussion of the realities of publishing in an increasingly uncertain environment, including how to find the right market and dealing with editors and agents, is for writers in any genre.

Audience: Adults

Observing the Night Sky

Take a trip around our very own Galaxy and Beyond! Learn about constellations, nebulae, galaxies and much more!

Audience: Kids - Ages 6 to 12

Outdoor Family Storytime at the Library

Come join us for stories, rhymes, and finger plays the whole family can enjoy.

Audience: All Ages

Parenting Through the Pandemic

In this introductory workshop, you will gain awareness of the skills needed to support your family during these unprecedented stressful times. Learn some of the tools to regulate, relate and reason while developing strategies of emotional regulation, the middle path, and mindfulness.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Personal Finance: Estate Planning

Learn about the various resources and tools for estate planning and how to create a plan to distribute assets.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Personal Finance: Planning Your Retirement

From retirement saving strategies to sources of retirement income, learn how to become proactive and effectively plan for the retirement you desire.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Personal Finance: Survive and Thrive After Job Loss

Learn how to move forward after job loss by budgeting, dealing with debt, and finding out your options, including contracting, starting a business, retraining or school. Make positive actions and stabilize your life in this new "normal."

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

PodChats

PodChats is a modern take on the book club: every month, participants get an assigned podcast to listen to on their own, then come together online to discuss characters, stories, structure, and production elements of the episode. Prof. Meg Wilcox is your facilitator and curator, but you will find a mix of different presenters every month.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Polish War Veterans in Alberta

Join Aldona Jaworska as she discusses her book Polish War Veterans in Alberta :The Last Four Stories. These compelling post-WWII stories of resettlement in Alberta is social history brought to life through intimate first-hand accounts of a unique moment in our past.

Audience: Adults

Pumpkin Smashing Storytellers

Learn to use your voice, body language and facial expressions to make characters come to life!

Audience: Kids - Ages 9 to 13

Reptiles as Pets

Join us and meet some commonly kept pet reptiles and learn about their care.

Audience: Kids - Ages 6 to 12

Reptiles In Our Backyard

Reptiles are everywhere! Join us and meet some North American Species and learn how they adapt.

Audience: Kids - Ages 6 to 12

Reptiles of Australia

Join us and meet some of the lizards, snakes, and frogs that call “Down Under” home!

Audience: Kids - Ages 6 to 12

Scary Creatures: Facts and Fiction (Ages 13 to 17)

Spiders and snakes are the most misunderstood animals on earth. As we approach Halloween, learn some of the facts and fiction about these creepy, crawling, and slithering animals.

Audience: Teens - Ages 13 to 17

Scary Creatures: Facts and Fiction (Ages 6 to 12)

Spiders and snakes are the most misunderstood animals on earth. As we approach Halloween, learn some of the facts and fiction about these creepy, crawling, and slithering animals.

Audience: Kids - Ages 6 to 12

Science Literacy Week: Getting to Proxima Centauri b – Teen Science Fiction Anthology Project – Part 6

Proxima Centauri b is a planet orbiting our nearest star. It may be habitable. Join space physicist Eric Donovan and science fiction writer Heather Clitheroe for a workshop to create fiction and poetry as we learn about the star, write together, and work to create an anthology of discovery!

Audience: Teens - Ages 12 to 17

Small Business Tuesdays: Getting Money - What Lenders and Investors Want

Find out what information is used to evaluate a loan request and the steps to prepare for a presentation.

Audience: Adults

Small Business Tuesdays: The Top 5 Common Mistakes Startups Make

Learn why cash is king, why you can't do everything, and how to thrive while operating at a loss. For entrepreneurs within the first three years of operation.

Audience: Adults

Space Burps: Coding in Scratch

Q: How do astronauts burp in space? A: Very carefully! In a zero gravity environment like space, there are no forces to keep your food down and the gas up - so it’s a bit of a gamble what might come out when you burp! Join us for a trip to space we will get the giggles going.

Audience: Kids - Ages 9 to 12

Spooky Stories to Scare Your Friends

Learn to use your voice, body language and facial expressions to make characters come to life!

Audience: Kids - Ages 9 to 13

Squirmy Wormy Bug Science

You dig in the dirt and find a long, skinny creature squirming along. It's a worm, right? Maybe not! Dig a little deeper into bug science and learn the difference between earthworms, millipedes, beetle larvae, and more. The best part? Live animals for you to meet and inspect up close.

Audience: Kids - Ages 6 to 8

Story Pals Online

Pet Access League Society (PALS) volunteers and their highly socialized dogs provide a calm, accepting presence for children to practise reading aloud. During the program, young readers are paired with different dogs for several 10-minute sessions to read aloud. Readers must have their own book pre-chosen and available to read to the dog.

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

Story Smashing

Learn to use your voice, body language, and facial expressions to make characters come to life!

Audience: Kids - Ages 9 to 13

Take a Stand Against Family Violence

Do you want to support someone impacted by family violence and abuse, but aren't sure how? Learn how to identify forms of abuse, ways to respond positively to victims, and how to connect them to resources. Join us and take a stand. Your response to a victim can make a life-changing difference.

Audience: Adults

Tech Mentors

Technology can be challenging, but we’re here to help! Volunteers with strong computer skills will work with you one-on-one to answer your tech questions. Learn how to use platforms like Zoom; get help or practice your skills with new software, websites, or devices; or connect with useful Library resources like ebooks, movies, and online learning.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

The Art of Songwriting

Learn how to craft a song with the right lyrics and melody to express how you feel.

Audience: Kids - Ages 9 to 13

Think Big: The Brain-Gut Connection

Did you know your brain and gut are constantly “talking” to one another? This dialogue plays a vital role in physical and mental health. Join host Jay Ingram and experts from the University of Calgary as they discuss how new research into the brain-gut connection is impacting our understanding of aging, mental health, and even sleep.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

This Drawing Just Might Be Batty! (Ages 6-8)

Attention all ghosts and goblins! Use your imagination and draw a fun image just in time for Halloween.

Audience: Kids - Ages 6 to 8

This Drawing Just Might Be Batty! (Ages 9-12)

Attention all ghosts and goblins! Use your imagination and draw a fun image just in time for Halloween.

Audience: Kids - Ages 9 to 12

Turkey Fun Drawing Class

We will create a fun cartoon illustration featuring our feathered friend. An Expressive face and dynamic pose will bring our character to life.

Audience: Kids - Ages 6 to 8

Unravelling the Mysterious Fast Radio Burst with CHIME

University of Toronto researcher, Dr. Cherry Ng, discusses how the Canadian CHIME radio telescope is helping to solve the mystery of the contentious origin of bright, short-duration bursts of radio waves known as Fast Radio Bursts.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Weirdly Wonderful Insect Life Cycles

What’s better than a juggler on a unicycle? A bug with a life cycle! Baby dragonflies are underwater hunters with extendable jaws. baby ladybugs are like black and orange alligator. it’s like the most amazing circus show ever! Learn all about it with live animals and real specimens.

Audience: Kids - Ages 6 to 8

Wildlife Rescue

Join us for a close look into the inner workings of a local wildlife rehabilitation centre! During this presentation, we will explore the many reasons why animals are admitted to the hospital, how we care for wildlife patients and what to do if you find an injured wild animal.

Audience: Kids - Ages 6 to 8 independent of a parent/caregiver

World of Owls

Did you know that Alberta is home to 11 species of owls? Join us to learn how to identify local species by sight and sound, and discover how you can help your local owls!

Audience: Kids - Ages 7 to 12

Writing From Life with Lori Hahnel

Real life provides writers with a rich supply of material and ideas. Are some ideas better suited to fiction or creative nonfiction? How closely should fiction resemble real life? Can’t decide if your story is a memoir or a novel? Join Lori for this discussion of writing from life and how to decide the best direction for your creative work.

Audience: Adults

Yoga at Home

Join Yoga Shala Calgary for free yoga classes from the comfort of your home, to calm both the body and mind so you can become more at ease. All ages and abilities welcome.

Audience: All Ages

Yoga at Home for Beginners

Learn the fundamentals of Hatha yoga from the comfort of your own home. Students will learn breathing techniques, basic postures, and a breakdown of Sun Salutations. Gain the confidence and knowledge to support personal growth on your yoga journey.

Audience: All Ages

YYC Young Citizen Scientists: Birds

Join CPAWS and Green Calgary as you become a bird scientist with this fun-filled and interactive citizen science program. Discover local bird species, explore why we need them, and hone your bird identification skills. Then, go out and take action to help our threatened flying friends. In the end, you too will be a certified citizen scientist!

Audience: Kids - Ages 6 to 9

YYC Young Citizen Scientists: Pollinators

Join CPAWS and Green Calgary as you become a bug scientist with this fun-filled and interactive citizen science program. Discover what pollinators are, explore why we need them, and hone your bug identification skills. Then, go out and take action to help our threatened flying friends. In the end, you too will be a certified citizen scientist!

Audience: Kids - Ages 6 to 9

YYC Young Citizen Scientists: Urban Wildlife

Join CPAWS and Green Calgary as you become a wildlife scientist with this fun-filled program. Discover which species survive in the urban jungle, explore the struggles they face, and hone your wildlife identification skills. Then, go out and take action to help threatened urban animals. In the end, you too will be a certified citizen scientist!

Audience: Kids & Teens - Ages 12 to 17

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