Big developments are in the works at Enterprise Square. We’ve made some important changes at the Edmonton Public Library’s downtown branch.
Grief isn’t something that comes, does its thing and then leaves. Living with it is hard, because we just don’t talk about death much, never mind suicide.
It's no secret that those of us at the Edmonton Public Library love books. We have a feeling you, fellow book lover, can relate to more than a few of these bookish feels.
Picture it… It’s 1967, an Edmonton Public Library children’s membership costs five cents and an adult one is only a quarter. The downtown library has an artwork rental service, a smoking room and a petting zoo. Futuristic gadgets like a Xerox copier, four-track tape recorder, Kodak camera and label maker boost the feeling of innovation. […]
The transformation of the Stanley A. Milner Library is hard to miss. Sitting on the south end of Churchill Square, the Edmonton Public Library’s central branch looks dramatically different a mere four months in to what will be a three-year revitalization. In April, a group of new Women Building Futures students were lucky enough to […]
By Tamsin Shute Youth Services Librarian Enterprise Square Branch After moving more than 162,000 collection items, any other move now seems like a piece of cake! Staff and customers alike are settling into the new space and it’s already feeling like home. While it’s a reduction in size compared to what we were used to, […]