Adult

The following three programs will be run in partnership with Strathcona County Library.

Food & Finance Registered

Participants will learn how to create healthy and financially sustainable meal plans and tips on frugal meal plans. Bring your ideas to share. Presented by the Credit Counselling Society.

To register for this program CLICK HERE.

Date  Time Platform
Thurs, Apr 7  7 - 8 p.m.  ZOOM 

Edible Landscapes with Curb Appeal Registered

Learn strategies from Horticulturalist, Donna Balzer, for designing a beautiful, low-maintenance, and edible front yard.

To register for this program CLICK HERE.

Date  Time Platform
Wed, Apr 20 7 - 8:30 p.m.  ZOOM 

Vacation on a Budget Registered

Participants will learn a variety of ways to save money while planning and going on vacation so they can have fun without worrying about money. Presented by the Credit Counselling Society.

To register for this program CLICK HERE.

Date  Time Platform
Thurs, May 19 7 - 8 p.m.  ZOOM 

The following two programs will be presented by staff from Alberta Health Services

Safety at Home for Your Infant & Toddler Registered

Most injuries to young children occur in their homes. This presentation will help parents, grandparents, and caregivers create a safer environment for little ones. Find out what injuries children commonly suffer in the home. Then identify the hazards in your home and learn 3 strategies you can use to deal with them all.

To register for this program CLICK HERE.

Date  Time Platform
Wed, Apr 13 1-2 p.m.  ZOOM 

Older Adult Falls Prevention Registered

Come to the library for this interactive workshop which will explore the risks of falling, provide strategies for reducing falls, and instruct on balance-developing activities that participants can use to reduce future falls. Cookies, tea and coffee to be provided.

To register for this program CLICK HERE.

Date  Time
Tues, May 17 1-2 p.m. 

Beeswax Wrap Kit Registered & Pick-up

Out with the plastic wrap and in with the reusable beeswax wraps! Once you have learned how to make these waxed fabric squares, you will not be able to stop yourself from making them for family, friends, and your own kitchen!

To register for this program CLICK HERE.

Pick-up Dates  Ages
 Apr 11 - 24 12 - 120 
Kits not picked up after the dates listed will be released to other members of the community.

Glass Bead Suncatcher Kit Registered & Pick-up

Make yourself this nature suncatcher and enjoy it all summer long as the light dances off the glass beads.

To register for this program CLICK HERE.

Pick-up Dates 

Ages

May 16 - 29

12 - 120 

Kits not picked up after the dates listed will be released to other members of the community.


Kindness Rock Kit Registered & Pick-up

Join the fun in creating colourful rocks to share with your community! Draw a picture, write your favourite quote, or choose your own inspirational words to put on these rocks. Once finished, hide them in your favourite park for another person to find!

To register for this program CLICK HERE.

Pick-up Dates 

Ages

 Jun 13 - 26

12 - 120 

Kits not picked up after the dates listed will be released to other members of the community.


Online Adult Book Club Registered

Do you love to read and talk about books? Read the following books and join the discussion on Zoom! Please note that participants must acquire and read their own book prior to the discussion. Library books, eBooks, and audio books are available through TRAC.

To join the club CLICK HERE.

Date  Title & Author Time Platform
Tues,
Apr 26 
The Midnight
Library

by Matt Haig 
6:30 - 7:30 p.m.  ZOOM 
Tues,
May 31 
Indian Horse
by Richard
Wagamese 
 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. ZOOM
Tues,
Jun 28 
TBA 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.  ZOOM

Adult Book Club at the Library Drop-in

Wonderful, lively discussion inspired by thought provoking books. 

Date  Title & Author Time
Thur,
Apr 21
Four Winds
by Kristin Hannah
 6:30 p.m.
Thur,
May 19 
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely
Fine

by Gail Honeyman 
 6:30 p.m.
Thur,
Jun 16 
Whistling Past the Graveyard
by Susan Crandall 
 6:30 p.m.