Have you ever wanted to play Dungeons & Dragons but don't know where to start. We have some tips and resources for your first epic quest.
Don’t Write Alone
By Davis SeeAugust 27, 2020
Maintaining a creative output can be difficult for many in these difficult times. Writing groups can be rewarding by providing consistent structure and friendly support for writers of all skill levels. Capital City Press featured writer Davis G. See shares his experiences with writing groups and why they're important.
7 Questions with the Artist Behind the New Mural in the Children’s Library
By Lori BlaheyAugust 27, 2020
We sat down with YEG artist, Ricardo and found out about his work and the inspiration behind the Shelley Milner Children's Library mural.
Cottagecore: What is it and How to Get Started
By Cassidy MunroAugust 24, 2020
For those of you wishing you could pack up and go live in the woods, we’ve found a way to live your best #cottagecore life at home.
Canning: Yes, You CAN!
By Meg DeForestAugust 20, 2020
Are you looking to get started canning? These are some things you’ll need to prepare to get started on your canning journey and to successfully complete your first home canning recipe.
Meal Planning Made Easy
By Meg DeForestAugust 3, 2020
Are you looking for some ways to freshen up your meal planning to make the most out of what you have? All preppers are planners but not all planners have to be preppers, so take the tips that work for you and your life from this list.
Edmonton Public Library Reopening Plan: Update #3
By Pilar MartinezAugust 1, 2020
Dear Library Lovers, As you know, EPL has been closely monitoring the developments related to COVID-19. We took our first step towards reopening in late June with our holds pickup service, Library Takeout. After carefully monitoring our progress this past month, we feel confident in moving to the next phase (Phase 3) of our reopening…
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