We had a wonderful time when Santa visited the Library.
Hope you all had a wonderful holiday season.

Presenting an appreciation plaque to P & H.

Thanks to the grant from Calgary Rural Primary Care Network the Library has 15 sets of walking poles that can be signed out with your library card. These poles can be used on sidewalks, trails, ice and the indoor walking track.
Try a set today.

You can access Ancestry - the Library Edition on your own laptop when you come to the library and connect to the Library WiFi.

Use your Library card to borrow snowshoes. Thanks to Calgary Rural Primary Care Network for the grant to allow us to purchase these 10 pairs.


Thanks Riverwind, for a fabulous concert!

On   Wednesday, January 21st, from 7-8 p.m.
Lorraine will talk about the process of using short stories in the writing of her self-published family history/memoir, Roots and Adventures: A Prairie Childhood.  She will explain her points by using short excerpts from her book about growing up in a rural Alberta community in the 1950s and 1960s.  For more information about the book, please see http://www.lorrainecathro.com 

The next movie will be February 6 
New time is 2 PM

Let us know what movies you are interested in.

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22 January 2015

Tomorrow evening from 6 - 8 PM will be the artist reception for the Fibre Art Network. Stop in and learn about the art and the group while you shop at the book sale.

22 January 2015

  The Anglican Church of Canada through the Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund has made a $20,000 donation to the High River library.  The funds are to be spent on new furnishings for the teen area, in-house technology and collection development as space permits.  An additional $1,500, donated from local Anglican Church funds will also be dedicated to the...

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