AUTHOR VISIT

12 September 2019

Author Cheryl McConnell will do an author visit at Calling Lake School Library on Wednesday September 18th at 10:00am.  
This event is for kindergarten and grades one, two and three.
Cheryl will read her book  "Have You Ever Seen a Nut Hatch?"  and distribute complimentary copies.

closed for labor day holiday

27 August 2019

The Calling Lake Public Library will be closed on Sept 2, 2019.
Regular hours resume on Tuedsay Sept 3.

Have a safe happy holiday.

Heritage Day

21 July 2019

Monday August 5 is Heritage Day 


Heritage Day is celebrated in Alberta on the first Monday of August each year. Although it is not a statutory 
holiday, many Canadians in Alberta use this day as an optional holiday to celebrate the province’s heritage.

Enjoy the day and stay Safe.  The Calling Lake Public Library will be open Tuesday August 6.

Writing Skills

08 April 2019

Are your interested in developing your writing skills? Join our user-friendly and fun writing group.
For more information please contact Charity Jardine @ 780.689.6703 or Gwen Schmidt @ 780.331.3939
All skill levels welcome.

New Featured Author

06 April 2019

       Joseph Boyden
 
  Joseph Boyden (born October 31, 1996) is a Canadian novelist and short story writer. Boyden is best known for writing about First Nations culture. He is a Canadian novelist, screenwriter, essayist, and public speaker. His bestselling novels have won numerous national and international awards (including the Giller Prize in 2008) and have been published in over 20 languages in more than fifty countries.
  Boyden studied humanities at York University and received his MFA in Fiction from the university of New Orleans in 1995. He was a professor in the Aboriginal Student Program at Northern College from 1995-1997. He taught at the University of New Orleans from 1998-2010, where he served as writer-in-residence. He was also a lecturer with the University of British Columbia’s Creative Writing Program from 2013 to 2015.
  To date, Boyden has received five honorary doctorates and degrees.
  On December 30, 2015, Boyden was appointed as a member of the Order of Canada for his contributions as an author and engaging public speaker who tells stories of our common heritage, as well as for his social engagement, notably in support of First Nations. He divides his time between Louisiana and Northern Ontario. He is married to author Amanda Boyden.