Adults and Seniors



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Available Daily  E-Resource Help:
Learn how to use your device to access online materials

Are you curious about downloading eBooks and eAudiobooks on your smart device or e-reader? Visit our website or the Information Desk for drop-in eBook help.

Bring your device!

16+ Daily, after 1:30pm until closing time, or online 24/7, 
 
FREE, drop-in* 

*Limited to 30 minutes maximum, we cannot trouble shoot issues with devices.

*Based on availability

Available Daily 
Readers Advisory Service Not sure what to read next? Have a research question?
Stop by the Information Desk daily for recommendations and assistance from a trained library professional.
16+ Daily, after 1:30pm until closing time, or online 24/7, 

FREE, drop-in*
or email reference@sgpl.ca to contact us online.

*Based on availability
Tuesday
January 14-May 26
Coffee and Crib
Visit the library to play cribbage and enjoy a warm beverage. 
60+ 1:00pm-3:00pm FREE, drop-in
Coffee provided
Wednesday
Sept-Nov
Write On! Join an inclusive and supportive community of writers in this fun for all writing group! No matter your writing level, everyone is more than welcome to come and explore their writing skills. This is also an excellent opportunity to connect with fellow writers in the community.

18+ 6:30pm-8:00pm FREE, drop-in
Coffee provided
Wednesday
March 11
From Books to Reading: Alberta Health Services Workshop
Join a Speech Language Pathologist and other parents to learn more about:
The difference between learning sounds and letters; the stages for developing sound awareness; practical take home ideas you can use right away!

This program is presented in partnership with Alberta Health Services.
18+ 6:30-8:00pm FREE, Registered
To register call Alberta Health Services at 780-408-5844

Adult-only parenting workshop, no childcare available.

 
Thursday Jan 16; May 7 Encouraging Clear Speech: Alberta Health Services Workshop Join a Speech Language Pathologist Assistant and other parents to learn more about: How speech sounds are made in the mouth; the ages that different sounds are learned; simple ideas to help your child learn new sounds; where to get help for your child if needed.

This program is presented in partnership with Alberta Health Services.
18+ 6:30-8:00pm

FREE, Registered
To register call Alberta Health Services at 780-342-1300 ext.3

Adult-only parenting workshop, no childcare available.

Saturday
Jan 25; March 28; May 23

Cohesive Family Support Group

Self-care, information workshops and fun activities for parents and caregivers of children living with disability and/or complex medical needs.

This program is presented in partnership with the Foundation for Cohesive Communities.
Families & caregivers
All Ages

10:00am-12:30pm

FREE, Registered

Registration required for the childcare program only.
For more info contact Amy Quintal at 780-906-0725 or info@cohesivecommunities.com
Register online here.

*New dates in 2020
Jan 18 and Feb 4
Each One Teach One EOTO is a free program presented in partnership with the United Way. These workshops provide

financial education to community members who are financially vulnerable.


18+ 7pm-8:30pm Registrations are preferred, but drop-ins are welcome. Learn more here.
Monthly

Jan-June
Adult Virtual Reading Club
SGPL invites you to be part of our virtual reading community where you can connect with other readers online and discuss diverse literary discoveries. 
18+  New themes monthly  SGPL Website
Saturday Feb 8 TREX Workshop with Marlena Wyman Join Marlena Wyman for an artist's talk followed by a workshop on image transfer techniques. These techniques are found within her art.
18+  1:00pm-3:00pm Call to register
Limited spots available

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