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Overdue Finds: Romance is for Everyone Overdue Finds: Romance is for Everyone

Romance author Jennifer Snow joins us on this episode of our podcast to chat all about romance novels and how those covers are put together.
Romance author Jennifer Snow joins us on this episode of our podcast to chat all about romance novels and how those covers are put together.
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Exploring Narrative Non-Fiction Exploring Narrative Non-Fiction

Mar 17th | 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Carissa Halton shares her process for making character driven non-fiction. See your work come alive with character & colour. Register today!
Carissa Halton shares her process for making character driven non-fiction. See your work come alive with character & colour. Register today!
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On the Edge: Nutrition in Space On the Edge: Nutrition in Space

Mar 4th | 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Don't miss Samantha McCaig's presentation about space food, astronaut nutrition & her experience as an intern at the Canadian Space Agency.
Don't miss Samantha McCaig's presentation about space food, astronaut nutrition & her experience as an intern at the Canadian Space Agency.
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Challenges to the Written Word Challenges to the Written Word

Learn more about Freedom to Read Week & the vital role the library plays in protecting the Intellectual Freedom of our many customers.
Learn more about Freedom to Read Week & the vital role the library plays in protecting the Intellectual Freedom of our many customers.
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Banned Book Clubs Banned Book Clubs

Sign up to read & discuss a challenged book and reflect on the importance of fighting censorship and championing intellectual freedom.
Sign up to read & discuss a challenged book and reflect on the importance of fighting censorship and championing intellectual freedom.
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Songs About Her with Andrea Nixon Songs About Her with Andrea Nixon

Mar 10th | 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Join recording artist Andrea Nixon as she explores the songwriting process to give you with the tools you need to set your own story to song
Join recording artist Andrea Nixon as she explores the songwriting process to give you with the tools you need to set your own story to song
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On the Edge: Intellectual Edens On the Edge: Intellectual Edens

Feb 26th | 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Dr. Lee Foote explores the 4,000 year history of gardens and the relationship between gardens & a developing society. Registration is open!
Dr. Lee Foote explores the 4,000 year history of gardens and the relationship between gardens & a developing society. Registration is open!
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Calling all Hackers for Open Data Day! Calling all Hackers for Open Data Day!

Mar 2nd | 9:00am - 4:30pm
MacEwan University - Allard Hall
Join us on Saturday, March 2nd for a FREE day of experimenting, learning and creating with open data around climate change. Register today.
Join us on Saturday, March 2nd for a FREE day of experimenting, learning and creating with open data around climate change. Register today.
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Five for Free on Family Day 2019 Five for Free on Family Day 2019

By Rena Backstrom
Family fun doesn’t need to break the bank, here are our top five picks for Family Day 2019 on Monday, Feb. 18.
Family fun doesn’t need to break the bank, here are our top five picks for Family Day 2019 on Monday, Feb. 18.
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Exploring That Place We Call Home Exploring That Place We Call Home

recommended by Capital_City_Press
Capital City Press Featured Writer Carissa Halton shares a list of her favourite books that celebrate how we interact with spaces around us.
Capital City Press Featured Writer Carissa Halton shares a list of her favourite books that celebrate how we interact with spaces around us.
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On the Edge: The Origins of Dog Sledding On the Edge: The Origins of Dog Sledding

Feb 19th | 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Join PhD student Katherine Latham as she discusses the history of dog sledding and it's evolution in North America. Registration is now open
Join PhD student Katherine Latham as she discusses the history of dog sledding and it's evolution in North America. Registration is now open
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New Capital City Press Featured Writer New Capital City Press Featured Writer

Learn more about new featured writer Carissa Halton and her book Little Yellow Book. Plus, she shares get some great book recommendations!
Learn more about new featured writer Carissa Halton and her book Little Yellow Book. Plus, she shares get some great book recommendations!
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Overdue Finds: Top Kids Picture Books Overdue Finds: Top Kids Picture Books

In episode 22 of our podcast we talk about some of the best books for kids including some great titles that celebrate diversity.
In episode 22 of our podcast we talk about some of the best books for kids including some great titles that celebrate diversity.
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Safiya Noble: Algorithms of Oppression Safiya Noble: Algorithms of Oppression

Feb 20th | 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Chateau Lacombe Hoteal
Tickets now on sale for the first speaker event of 2019, Dr. Safiya Noble - Algorithms of Oppression: How Search Engines Reinforce Racism.
Tickets now on sale for the first speaker event of 2019, Dr. Safiya Noble - Algorithms of Oppression: How Search Engines Reinforce Racism.
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2019 Speaker Series Season Pass 2019 Speaker Series Season Pass

There are a limited amount of Preferred Seating passes available. Pick up your passes which include front of the room seating at all events.
There are a limited amount of Preferred Seating passes available. Pick up your passes which include front of the room seating at all events.
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