Learn something new as a family during one of these free programs at the Library. Visit the Library for storytime with songs and rhymes, or challenge your older kids to a game of chess. Parents, caregivers, and children can learn, play, and try new activities together with these not-to-be-missed programs:
- Chess in the Library
Play chess supported by coaching from the Calgary Chess/Junior Chess Clubs. Children under 12 must be with a parent or caregiver. No registration required.
- Crack the Code
Bring the whole family for a fun introduction to computer programming. No registration required.
- Keeping the Home Language Alive
Ages 6 to 12
Learn from Calgary Board of Education staff about the importance of maintaining your home language, and how to support your children in learning a new language. Registration is required.
- Shamrocks and Shillelaghs
Ages 2 to 5 with a parent/caregiver
Join us for stories, songs, finger plays, and videos about St. Patrick's Day. Registration required at some locations.
- Sign Language for Babies
Ages 6 to 12 months with a parent/caregiver
Communicate and bond with your child before he or she can speak by learning basic ASL signs together. Registration required.
Program details are subject to change. Please visit our programs page for the most up-to-date information. Explore all March – April programs and register starting February 10.