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Fish Creek Children's Area Reopening party

Explore the renovated Early Learning Centre and brand-new Questionarium for school-aged kids with a storytime and free activities.

10:00 – 10:07 am Land Acknowledgement
10:10 – 10:15 am Welcome Remarks
10:15 – 10:45 am Storytime
10:45 am Refreshments
11:00 am – Noon Hula Hoop performer
Noon – 1:00 pm Crafts and play in the Early Learning Centre and Questionarium

See you on November 9

JazzWalk with JazzYYC

Visit various venues throughout Inglewood and the Music Mile for free, family friendly events. Six different performances and discussions with artists are happening on Sunday at Central Library.

See you on November 10

Celebrating Métis Week

Métis Week, November 12 to 17, is the annual celebration of Métis people, their culture, and contributions. Join us throughout the week for traditional storytelling, a genealogy open house, traditional song and dance, and a panel discussion on Métis identity, relationship to the land, and politics.

Join us November 12 – 17

Think Big: Are We Wired to be Social?

 Join the discussion with Think Big host Jay Ingram and experts from the University of Calgary’s Hotchkiss Brain Institute and Faculty of Arts in a lively discussion about the social life of the brain.

See you on November 15

Podcast Live!

Join the discussion during the next three Podcast Live! events. Podcasters Mike Tod (The Folk), Jayme Poisson (Front Burner), and Bob McDonald (Quirks and Quarks) will be at Central Library on three separate dates to discuss their podcasts.

Register for free