Tags : books

Parents need to monitor kids’ screen time says expert

Limiting screen time when kids are online is vital to a child’s health. That is according to Dr. Robin Bright who is the interim Dean of Faculty for Education at the University of Lethbridge. Dr. Bright says it is important for parents to monitor their kids’ online activities especially when they’re really young.   Read More

Fundraiser for Library Giving Day

The Lethbridge Public Library is set to celebrate Library Giving Day on April 6. The event is an international fundraiser that was started in 2019 in Seattle to raise money for local libraries. Elisabeth Hegerat, the Manager of Community and Economic Advancement for the Lethbridge Public Library, says this campaign is vital to ensure the […]Read More

‘Lethbridge: A History In Pictures’ book now published

Four authors in our city have constructed a new picture book chronicling the history of Lethbridge. As Micah Quinn explains, this new initiative featuring hundreds of pictures took around a year to complete. You can purchase the book at Analog Books, Club Cigar Store, Galt Museum & Archives, Lethbridge Chapters, Stubbs Pharmacy, and the University […]Read More

New micro-library for Waterton

Book worms in Waterton have a new way of accessing their favourite reading materials. A micro-library was recently installed, and all you need is a valid Chinook Arch Regional library card to access the books. Lesley Little, who is a board member for Chinook Arch, says this is a great option for residents in Waterton. […]Read More