Dear Library Customer, As you know, the Edmonton Public Library (EPL) has been closely monitoring the developments related to COVID-19. This is a constantly evolving situation and we continue to work collaboratively with City of Edmonton and Alberta Health officials to ensure EPL practices align with new information as it is available. In our last…
Making Music with EPL
By Beth KilfoyJune 26, 2020
Eyeing those musical instruments in your house? We have some resources to help you make music and (hopefully) soothe yourself and those around you.
By Nancy ShengJune 22, 2020
Get your travel fix without leaving home! We have some resources to help you feel like a world traveller without leaving your armchair.
Read, Watch and Learn about Indigenous History and Culture
By Lori BlaheyJune 19, 2020
June 21 is National Indigenous Peoples Day, a time to recognize and celebrate the history, contributions and culture of the First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples in Canada.
Library Backgrounds For Your Next Zoom Meeting
By Bryce CrittendenJune 19, 2020
Share your library love on your next Zoom meeting with these backgrounds from the Edmonton Public Library.
#BLM: 12 Online Resources to Learn about Racism
By Tina ThomasJune 17, 2020
Racism isn’t theoretical for any person of colour — it’s real and happens every day. When we know better we can do better.
These Are a Few of Our Favourite Things: Librarian Edition
By Nancy ShengJune 16, 2020
We took a look back at some of our EPL from Home videos and wanted to share our personal favourites and what we're reading with you.
Edmonton Public Library Update #4: COVID-19 Response
By Pilar MartinezJune 11, 2020
We have taken our first step towards a phased reopening with our Library Takeout holds pickup service. In addition effective immediately, late fees for library materials have been eliminated. Branches remain temporarily closed.
Moving, Sitting and Sleeping for Optimal Health in Young People
By Lori BlaheyJune 11, 2020
Moving, sitting and sleeping play an important role in young people’s health. Learn more about behaviours to keep them moving and playing.
Educate. Engage. Activate. To End Racism.
By Rochelle IgnacioJune 9, 2020
Everyone has a role to play in the Black Lives Matter movement. We've started the conversation so let’s continue advocating for change.
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