Spring Adult

Knitting Circle Drop-in

Come work on your yarn crafts in a nice relaxing atmosphere and meet new people. All ages and skill levels welcomed.

 Date Time
 Tuesdays  7 - 8 p.m.

Goodbye Mealtime Struggles Registered

In partnership with Alberta Health Services. Are you a parent of a child 6 months to 5 years old? Want ideas on how to make mealtimes happy times? Join an introductory discussion with a Pediatric Occupational Therapist and a Registered Dietician to learn more about how children grow and develop eating skills. To register for this free program please contact Alberta Health Services at 780-413-7703. Please note this program is for adults only. No childcare will be provided.

 Date Time
Monday, Mar 2 1 - 3:15 p.m.

Hens and Bees Pilot Program Information Session Registered

Want to get closer to nature, extend your backyard gardening – and have fresh eggs or honey for you and your family? Attend this free information session to learn more about the City of Leduc's Backyard Hens and Bees Pilot Program. Starting March 30th interested residents can apply to participate in the hen keeping or beekeeping pilot programs; a limited number of applicants will be chosen for each program.

Sponsored By: City of Leduc

This program is now full, if there is enough interest on the waiting list, we will look into adding a second event. To add your name to the waiting list CLICK HERE.

 Date Time
Wednesday, March 11 7 - 8 p.m.

Readers’ Choice Book Club Drop-in

Would you like to belong to a book club but prefer to choose what books you read? Members decide which book to read and can chat on their choice each meeting. Share your likes, dislikes, surprises, and puzzlement, but don’t share the ending because we might like to read it too! Fiction, non-fiction, teen novels, audio books … it is all the readers’ choice!

Date  Time
 Third Tuesday of each month  6:30 - 7:30 p.m.

Adult Book Club Drop-in

Wonderful, lively discussion inspired by thought provoking books.
Date  Title Author Time
Thursday, Mar 19  Bitter Orange Claire Fuller 7 p.m.
Thursday, Apr 16 The Rent Collector Camron Wright 7 p.m.
Thursday, May 21
Educated Tara Westover 7 p.m.

Bad Art Morning Registered

No talent in painting? Well here is your time to shine! The goal of this incredibly fun program is to create an art piece, without trying or stressing to make the result “nice” or “pretty”! The worse you do, the better! Have your art piece on display at the library for the month of April for your chance to win a prize!

To register for this program CLICK HERE.

If this program is full and you would like to add your name to the wait list CLICK HERE.

Date  Time
Saturday, Apr 4 10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

Colouring at the Library Drop-in

We supply the colouring pages, markers, pencil crayons and more! Take an evening to strengthen your creativity and relax with your friends at the library.
Date  Time
Tuesday, Apr 7  6:30 - 7:30 p.m. 

Tenant and Landlord Rights Drop-in

When you live in a rental property it can be difficult and confusing in knowing your rights and responsibilities. A lawyer volunteering through the Edmonton Community Legal Centre will provide an informational presentation on the obligations of tenants and landlords. While this program primarily focuses on tenants, it will also provide important information for landlords.
Date  Time
Wednesday, Apr 8 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. 

Gone with the Wind Registered

Is Gone with the Wind one of your all-time favourite movies? Have you never seen this classic gem, but heard all about it? Well now is your chance to watch this movie for FREE on the “big screen” at the library! Join Crystal for a fun-filled day of entertainment! Snacks will be provided.

To register for this program CLICK HERE
To add your name to the waiting list CLICK HERE.

Date  Time Movie Length
Saturday, Apr 18 11 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.  3 hr 58 min

Ian Wilson and Jacinthe Lavoie Present: Wings Over Canada Drop-in

Join authors and photographers Ian Wilson and Jacinthe Lavoie as they share their “travelogue with wings” and explore Canada one bird at a time, from shorebirds to songbirds, and raptors to waterfowl. This 45-minute multimedia presentation is a mix of vivid images, classical music, and entertaining stories ... from watching the intricate mating ritual of cranes, to cedar waxwings feeding a nest of young birds, and pelicans diving for fish. After the presentation Ian and Jacinthe welcome questions about photography and the birds they have met along the way.

Date  Time
Tuesday, Apr 28 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.

Discovering Picture Books and Junior Books for Your Children Drop-in

Would you like help in finding good books for your children? Join library staff, Rhonda Campbell and Holly Lim-Lovatt, as they highlight and review a selection of children’s picture books and junior novels from our library. Tips on finding books to help your children excel and be confident in their reading will also be offered. Please note that this is an adult program and no childcare will be available.
Date  Time
Thursday, Apr 30
7 - 8 p.m.

Birthday Card Making Registered

Ever find that you do not have a birthday card on hand when you need one? Well not anymore! Come create 9 birthday cards (3 designs) with Heather from Stampin’ Up. $15.00 non-refundable registration fee. You must register for this program at the library.

Date  Time Cost
Saturday, May 2
10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Instant Pot 101 Registered

Do you have an Instant Pot? Come explore the wonderful tips and tricks of the Instant Pot with librarian Holly Lim-Lovatt and learn how it can make cooking easier for you and your family! Do you already have some worthy Instant Pot stories? Come and share them with the group!

To register for this program CLICK HERE.
To add your name to the waiting list CLICK HERE.

Date  Time
Tuesday, May 5
7 - 8 p.m.

An Evening with an Author Drop-in

“When an accident jeopardizing the family farm draws Amiah Williams back to Kingsley, AB, population 1431, she doesn’t expect her homecoming to make front-page news. But there she is in The Inquirer, the mysterious tabloid that is airing her hometown’s dirty laundry.”

Join local author, Jaclyn Dawn, for an author reading of ‘The Inquirer’. A question and answer session and book signing will follow. Snacks to be provided.

Date  Time
Tuesday, May 12
7 - 8 p.m.