It is not too late to ‘Wine Down a Little’ this month at the Library!

Learn what wines pair well with your traditional holiday meals

Halfway through November already and we have survived the first wintry blasts of 2019-2020.

What better way to enjoy the cold weather than to hunker down at a great program at the Stettler Public Library!

Calling all young writers (ages 10+)!

Writing may be a solitary pursuit, but writers can thrive and grow in a community of collaborators. Help create that community with Doug Gregory at the Stettler Public Library on Friday, Nov. 15th at 4 p.m.

There are no tests or deadlines here, but you will share ideas and learn things to help take your writing to the next level. Bring a pen and paper!

It is not too late to Wine Down a Little this month!

Alana Skocdopole of Model Milk in Calgary will be stopping by the Stettler Public Library on Saturday, Nov. 16th at 7 p.m., to help you prepare for the Christmas season.

Learn what wines pair well with your traditional holiday meals and for entertaining.

Discover a few new favourites with a few fellow wine enthusiasts. Bring your friends and make a night of it! Register with the Library, tickets are $12 per person and we will have an assortment of wines and snacks for you to try.

Call 403-742-2292 for more information.

Attention foodies! If you love trying new recipes, this is the place for you.

Enjoy good food and great company at the Stettler Public Library. This potluck style gathering focuses on a different theme each month.

This month we are cooking up wartime recipes, in Remembrance of those who gave so much for us.

Find inspiration at the1940sexperiment.com/100-wartime-recipes and join us with your dish on Monday, Nov. 18th at 6:30 p.m.

Next Tuesday, Nov. 19th at 6 p.m., join Andrea Hatch from the Cabinet of Curiosities at the Stettler Public Library.

Andrea will be leading a Christmas card-making workshop. We will bring the supplies and a little inspiration to get you started, you bring your creative vision for truly personal cards this year!

Please pre-register with the library so that we can ensure enough materials are on hand.

Are you interested in learning more about essential oils? You are in luck!

On Tuesday, Nov. 19th at 6 p.m. we will also be welcoming Crystal Greenwall. Crystal will be leading an information session on using essential oils everyday.

Not only are they great for creating your own cleaning solutions, they can have a beneficial effect on your mood and can be used to create natural body care potions.

With five weeks left before the holidays start, consider joining us next Thursday, Nov. 21st at 6:30 p.m. for an information session on reducing stress at Christmas so that you can enjoy this special time with friends and family. Ages 18+

Do not forget to get tickets for the second annual Friends of the Library Christmas Wine Survivor!

For just $20 and a $15 bottle of wine, you can win all the wine you need for entertaining and gifting over the holiday season.

Tickets are on sale at the library and through our Friends of the Library until Dec. 5th.

Once you have a ticket, consider yourself invited to join us at our very exclusive Elimination Party on Saturday, Dec. 7th. You do not have to attend the elimination party to win, but if you do, you will have a lot of fun!

If you are not yet a member of the library, we have a remedy for that. Memberships are free to residents of Stettler and Stettler County thanks to the support of our Town and County Council and give you access to a world of resources!

For more information, call the Library at 403-742-2292. The proceeds from this fundraiser will go towards the establishment of an equipment lending collection at the Library.

Take advantage of the library’s volunteer resource person on Thursday afternoons between 1 and 3 p.m.

She has a wealth of knowledge about community and government resources and can provide expert help with anything job-related such as resumes, cover letters, work search, and interview skills.

Parents and caregivers with young children ages 0-6 years will enjoy two programs for tots offered at the library in partnership with the Stettler Learning Centre.

Magic Carpet Ride (Tuesdays) and Read and Rhyme (Wednesdays and Saturdays) are offered 10:30 to noon.

Play, sing, read and have fun together! Each program provides many fun activities for the whole family OR give your partner the gift of time!

If you would like to see our other programs, check out our web site at https://spl.prl.ab.ca.

For more information on library services stop by for a tour anytime or call us at 403-742-2292.

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