The Stettler Public Library has something for everyone!

The Friends of the Library’s biggest fundraiser of the year is the 2020 Christmas Wine Survivor raffle

The leaves have fallen. The grass no longer needs to be cut. The days are getting shorter.

That means that Halloween is just around the corner and we want you to join us for the Friends of the Library Society’s last Historic Ghost Walk for 2020.

It will take place on Saturday, Oct. 24th at 7:30 p.m.

We are limiting this event to 15 participants and the cost is $10 per person; all ages are welcome. Spots are going quickly, so call the Library at 403-742-2292 before it is too late!

Have you heard about the Friends of the Library’s biggest fundraiser of the year: the 2020 Christmas Wine Survivor raffle?

You could win as many as 60 bottles of wine, if you are the last name in the fish bowl. Entering this raffle is easy! Each entry is $20 plus a $15 bottle of wine, there is also a chance to purchase one immunity ticket for an additional $10.

Tickets are on sale until Nov. 28th at the Library or through any Friends of the Library member. We will livestream the elimination draws starting Monday, Nov. 30th at 4 p.m. and every day after that until Saturday, Dec. 5th at 4 p.m.

You will have until 1 p.m. the day following being eliminated to buy back in. The proceeds of this raffle will be used to purchase additional books for the eLibrary.

A quick reminder about tomorrow night’s (Oct. 16th) Doc Talk at the Library. Join us for “Marley” award-winning filmmaker Kevin Macdonald’s documentary on Bob Marley.

Follow Marley’s life, including his time with the Wailers, his struggle being mixed race, his music, romantic life, and role in the Rastafari movement.

We will show this at the Library, so you will have to bring your own snacks!

Alicia Tate is back with Meditation Night on Tuesday, Oct. 20th at 7 p.m. Alicia will teach you meditation practices that you can do anytime, anywhere. Come and reset yourself during this most stressful of times. Everyone is welcome!

We have programs for citizens of all ages covered at the Stettler Public Library.

Little ones ages 0-5 can bring their big people for songs, rhymes, and activities at Read and Rhyme on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays at 10:30 a.m.

For older children ages 6+, check out Something Cool After School every Thursday at 4 p.m., there is always something cool to do with Alix. Don’t forget to check out Brain Train on Saturdays too! This weekend (Saturday, Oct. 17th) at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. we will be Dr. Frankenstein. Your inspiration is the story I Need My Monster and we will provide you with the materials to create your own monster. Kids ages six and up are invited to join but you must pre-register.

Wednesdays at 4:30 p.m. see Teen Scene coming to the forefront at the Stettler Public Library. Tweens and Teens (ages 11 and up) are invited to join Megan for afterschool frivolity! This week (Oct. 21st) Megan is digging out the pony beads and you will get a chance to create the key chain or zip pull that you have always wanted.

Adult Crafting returns on Thursday, Oct. 22nd at 6:30 p.m.

This time you get to create a bouquet of fall flowers with a Halloween twist. If you can’t join us on Thursday, a limited number of kits will be available for those who are interested. You can pick up kits on the Fridays following the program.

The Stettler Writers Club will be meeting at the Library on Thursday, Oct. 22nd at 6:30 p.m.

Bring your pen or pencil, some paper, and your creativity and join other like-minded writers in our community for an evening of literary magic.

Did you know that offers seniors programming on Tuesday mornings? Why not join us at the library, you take care of bringing your own coffee and we’ll take care of streaming this programming on our fireside television.

Did you know that the Library has a machine that will buff out scratches on DVDs, compact discs, Blu-rays, and gaming discs? Bring your discs that need repair and we will buff the scratches out for you for $2 per disc. Call the Library at 403-742-2292 for more information. Library staff can attest that the machine works wonders!

Thanks to the Government of Alberta, the Stettler Public Library has non-medical masks available for free. Next time you visit, you can pick up a package with your books and movies. Remember that memberships at the library are free to residents of Town and County of Stettler.

The Stettler Public Library is dedicated to offering programs that inform, inspire and entertain all ages.

If you have any questions about programs, would like to suggest a program, or want to register for a program, call us at 403-742-2292. Due to Covid-19 we are asking that everyone register for events now, so that we can ensure social distancing.

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