Pride Month at SGPL 2022

Pride at SGPL

SGPL has Pride! Join us in celebrating Pride during the month of June.

"This world would be a whole lot better if we just made an effort to be less horrible to one another." 
~ Elliot Page

Here you will find story time videos, crafts, activities and resources to celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride Month. Everyone is welcome.

Only available until June 30, 2022

SGPL 2022 Pride Quiz 

Enter to win the "Everyone is Awesome" Lego kit!

Pride Lego contest

Click on the Everyone is Awesome Rainbow Quiz answer the 5 questions and be entered to win this awesome prize! 

Everyone is Awesome Rainbow Quiz

Best of Luck!

Virtual Story Times

Pride Puppy by Robin Stevenson and Julie McLaughlin

In the library Storytime!

Pride Storytime Poster

Celebrate inclusion and diversity with our family-friendly pride story time program on Wednesday, June 22 at 11:00am 

Presented by local drag king performer: Earl Grey! All ages are welcome.

Drag Storytime FAQ 2022

Community Crafts

Visit the library to grab your June Community Craft kit. Included are the supplies to create a twirligig rainbow paper spinner toy. While supplies last. 


Read Watch Listen Enjoy!

Find some great LGBTQ+ content on Hoopla and TeenCloud, all available with your library card

Get your FREE library card here

Pride Book and Watchlists

Books to Help Raise Kind and Tolerant Kids

Pride Books for Kids

Adult Must Read Books to Celebrate Pride Month

Teen Must Read Books to Celebrate Pride Month

Movies and TV Shows to Watch and Celebrate Pride Month

LGBTQIA2s+ Services and Events in Alberta

Alberta GSA Networks
University of Alberta's Camp FYrefly

Libraries are for Everyone LGBTQ+
Spruce Grove GSA


Available at Spruce Grove Public Library!

Prounoun Pins

Craft Activities

Rainbow Candy Craft

Make a Rainbow

Enjoy colouring in your very own rainbow. Get creative and use your favourite colours! Click here to access the online interactive version.

LGBTQIA2s+ Resources

Find out more about Pride Month and the the LGBTQIA2s+ community

A Guide to LGBTQ Queer 101
The history of Pride Month in Canada
10 Canadian LGBTQ stories that need to be made into films or TV series
A brief history of Pride: Pride Toronto
What Happened on this Day in Queer History: The ArQuives

Highlighting Alberta LGBTQIA2s+ Artists and Creators

Erin Kew

"I am a self taught artist although to be fair my father was a political cartoonist so I came by my skills somewhat naturally. I like to challenge myself with different styles and techniques so my art is often across the board. If I were to give advice to any aspiring artist it would be that art school doesn't make you an artist; that is a false equivalence. Art school may teach you more diverse and technical techniques as well as marketability but art created by an artist is a reflection of one's soul and is not something that can be taught. Technical skills can be learned anywhere and in my experience, can be picked up through life, books, colleagues, the internet etc. My second piece of advice is to only do art for yourself and your own enjoyment. The minute you stop doing it for yourself is when it loses its appeal and you will never be satisfied.

I identify as an asexual, or as many refer to it now as ACE. We are a hidden orientation fighting for representation and visibility. Despite the claims we are a minority, you can actually find us across many of the orientations in the 2SLGBTQIA+ and every race." 

For more of my work you can find me at lulu.erin_ on Instagram.

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Coco LaQueer


A lot of kids ask Coco if they're a boy or a girl, but no matter what they wear, their answer is always the same: I'm neither! Coco LaQueer is a non binary drag artist, and used to be an elementary school teacher! Coco has always loved helping kids see that the rules about what boys should do, and what girls should do, aren't true! Coco wants everyone to do what they love, and to dress however makes them feel good! 


Follow Coco on Instagram here.

Megan Kumpula

Pride Display

Megan Image 2

Megan Bio

View more of Megans work here.

7 Museums to Experience LGBTQIA2s+ Art From Home

Check out these amazing cultural institutions from home and take a peek inside at art by and for the LGBTQIA2S+ community.