Quilting comes to Stettler library

There is only one week left of this fabulous summer program.

STETTLER PUBLIC LIBRARY — There is only one week left of this fabulous summer program. Can you believe that this great summer has been passing by so quickly? Time really travels when you’re having fun at the library. Thanks to the fabulous kids at the summer reading program, both the monkeys and lions have had their ice cream parties. Keep up the awesome reading

Did you know that there are fun activities at the library for ages six to eight, nine to 12, and 13+? Come and join us at Gardening, Teen Cooking Club, and Make and Create. We’ll explore lots of fun activities with all ages. Also, with each Friday comes a fun-packed all-ages activity. For more information on any of the programs happening at the library, stop in and see us at the library, or check our Facebook page for daily and weekly schedules. Our goal is to have fun, build social and literary skills in preparation for the fall.

We have lots of fun activities planned for this week, like building rocket ships, experimenting with eggs, and making homemade cards for someone special. Hope to see you there.

How much do you know about making balloon dogs? Cats? Giraffes? Join us Friday, Aug. 19 at 2 p.m. to learn to make balloon animals like the pros do. Pre-registration is encouraged for this event contact us at 403-742-2292, or visit at the library to register.

Having difficulty understanding your phone, tablet, e-reader, or computer? Get one-on-one assistance with the device of your choice at the library. The next session of this Tech Time will be held on Thursday, Aug. 18 from 1 to 3 p.m. Please contact us at 403-742-2292 if you’d like to set up an appointment for a specific time.

Have you always wanted to try quilting but you don’t know where to start? Why not start at the Stettler Public Library on Tuesdays (Sept. 6 to Oct. 11) at 6 p.m until 8 p.m. Jean Dyck will be back to teach you how to make a beautiful quilt from scratch. Please call the library for a list of supplies needed and to register; maximum of six people.

The Film Circuit is back and we have expanded from six movies to eight. Our season starts on Monday, Sept. 5 at 7 p.m. at the Jewel Theatre with “Sing Street”. Sing Street takes us back to 1980s Dublin as seen through the eyes of a 14-year-old boy looking for a break from a troubled home and school life. Joyful, nostalgic, and heartwarming, Sing Street shows us a world where music has the power to take us away from the turmoil of everyday life and transform us into something greater. Get your full or half season passes today at the library. Single movie tickets may be purchased at the Jewel Theatre on the night of the film showing.

Additional activities may require pre-registration, so keep checking spl.prl.ab.ca or our Facebook page for information on all the fun and learning going on at the library. Do you have an idea for something you want to do or see at the library? Let us know. We hope to see you all at the library soon.

Just Posted

Watch: Gravel truck turns into wrong off-ramp at Highway 2 Ponoka

The new Highway 2 and Highway 53 intersection at Ponoka caused some confusion for one driver

Stettler armed robber convicted in court Oct. 12

Jayson Marshall gets over two years in jail

CORRECTED Donalda Creamery plans on tap Oct. 23

Architects to answer public’s questions about plans

WATCH: ASIRT investigating officer-involved shooting during crime spree

Shots fired on two occasions during incidents, one suspect remains in hospital with serious injuries

Drumheller RCMP investigate human remains

Police find human remains in burning vehicle near Morrin

VIDEO: Tragically Hip singer-songwriter Gord Downie dies at 53

Downie had been fighting brain cancer for over a year

Search ramps up for B.C. woman after dog, car found near Ashcroft

Jenny Lynn Larocque’s vehicle and dog were found in Venables Valley, but there is no sign of her

Police officer hit by car, stabbed in Edmonton attack back on job

Const. Mike Chernyk, 48, returned to work Thursday

Berry disappointed: Bear tries to eat fake fruit on woman’s door wreath

A Winnipeg woman has taken her berry-embellished wreath down, after a hungry bear visited her porch

All three victims identified in Fernie arena ammonia leak

Wayne Hornquist and Lloyd Smith were from Fernie and Jason Podloski from Turner Valley, Alta

4 B.C. prisons install body scanners to combat drug smuggling

The scanners are aimed to combat the smuggling of contraband including weapons and drugs

Outspoken Mountie assigned to admin duties for refusing to shave goatee

The 15-year veteran of the force said he believes the RCMP is targeting him

Victim in fatal ammonia leak remembered for his passion and smile

Friends and colleagues remember Lloyd Smith as someone who was always willing to help people

Canadian planet hunter seeking alien life

‘The shifting line of what is crazy’ says Toronto-born astrophysicist

Most Read


Weekly delivery plus unlimited digital access for $50.40 for 52 issues (must live within 95 kilometers of Stettler) Unlimited Digital Access for one year for $50.40 Prefer to have us call you? Click here and we’ll get back to you within one business day.