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From: 01/Nov/2019 - To: 31/May/2020 - Subject: Careers & Small Business, Learning & Enrichment, Reading & Writing

125 Nature Hot Spots in Alberta

Explore natural Alberta with Leigh McAdam, Travel Writer and Founder of HikeBikeTravel.com.

Audience: Adults

5 Pillars of Sustainable Career Mastery

Get promoted and learn how to advance into leadership opportunities in this unique 5-week series covering personal branding, developing relationships, and other hot topics for aspiring executives. Resumes that don’t generate interviews. Cover letters that don’t get read. LinkedIn profiles that do nothing. Applicant tracking systems that block your content. Human Resources professionals and recruiters who don’t know what you do deciding if you can. Interview questions that trip you up. Networking that produces nothing. Online applications not generating sufficient results. A career that’s stalled. Leaders you can’t figure out. You feel frustrated; maybe a bit lost; not sure what to do; don’t know where to turn for answers; can’t seem to find the clarity you seek. If any of that sounds like you; if you can relate to any of those statements, plan to attend. Your instructor, Richard Bucher, is an executive coach, a career transition and management professional with over 30 years' experience helping clients address each and every one of those concerns and produce results. He has coached thousands of individuals to get seen, heard and understood. He has helped clients align their careers with their purpose; get their career tracking in the direction they want and to achieve the success they seek. Register and let’s get started!

Audience: Adults

50+ Lecture Series

Join us for presentations on a variety of topics along with discussion and time to visit.

Audience: Adults

50+ Lecture Series: Dynamics of Healthy Aging

Join us for a discussion of normal age-related changes, prevention of chronic diseases, and maintaining a high quality of life for as long as possible. In partnership with Academy of Aging.

Audience: Adults

50+ Lecture Series: Energy Savings

Understand your energy bills and choices so you can save energy and increase the comfort and safety of your home. Receive a free energy saving kit worth $90 if you bring a copy of your utility bill to the workshop. Topics covered include, energy conservation tips, how to lower your energy bills, and home safety tips and advice. In partnership with Empower Me®.

Audience: Adults

50+ Lecture Series: Get the Jump on Tax Season

Learn how to prepare for tax season, about the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program, and how you can access benefits even if you have no income. In partnership with Canada Revenue Agency.

Audience: Adults

50+ Lecture Series: Investment Scams

Have you or someone you know been approached with an exciting new money-making opportunity? Learn how to identify common types of investment frauds and conduct the proper research and background checks, before giving anyone money in hopes of a return. Find out about recent scams, as well as how to protect and safely invest your hard-earned money. In partnership with the Alberta Securities Commission.

Audience: Adults

50+ Lecture Series: Kidney Disease, Am I at Risk?

Discover if you are at risk for kidney disease as early detection is vital to successful treatment. Recognize early warning signs and learn about the major causes of kidney disease. Learn which population groups are more at risk. Get tips on simple guidelines to keep your kidneys healthy and understand how the risk factors affect your health. In partnership with The Kidney Foundation of Canada Southern Alberta Branch.

Audience: Adults

50+ Lecture Series: More than a Number

Join us for a play that explores whether ageism really exists and if so, what does it look like? Are seniors really marginalized or is this just another gimmick in the politically correct times we live in? You'll meet some lifelong, card playing friends as they wrestle with the humorous and sometimes tragic side of getting older. Following the performance, we'll discuss ageism and what we can do personally to change our own biases and others as we age. In partnership with the Seniors Acting Lab.

Audience: Adults

50+ Lecture Series: Posture, Balance, and Combating Dizziness

Have you ever had the sensation that gravity is working against you or perhaps you have woken up to find that your world is spinning? Dizziness can be a frustrating and complex sensation to deal with and is one of the most common reasons for medical visits today. Unfortunately, the prevalence of people reporting feelings of dizziness and unsteadiness increases with age. Don’t let your world spin out of control. Join us as we dive into the three key systems that keep you upright and steady on your feet, the most common types of dizziness and balance disorders, and ultimately how you can take back control of your health. In partnership with The Vital Posture Clinic.

Audience: Adults

50+ Lecture Series: Somatic Movement

Discover how to move with more ease and grace in your daily life through an active learning process which helps relax tight muscles, ease pain, and improve posture. This Somatic movement will reawaken your brain to unlearn patterns caused by injury, trauma or repetitive motions which may be causing an imbalance in your body. It teaches you to regain control and restore full activity when practiced long term. There will be a focus on small gentle movements that can be done seated in a chair. It is not a fitness class. Please wear comfortable clothing for ease of movement. In partnership with Yoga Evolution.

Audience: Adults

50+ Lecture Series: Stay, Organize, Downsize or Move

Deciding to age in place or downsize is a big decision. Learn how to fully evaluate your physical environment and its surroundings to determine if it is conducive to challenges associated with aging. Explore long-term solutions including financial assistance to make the changes you need in your existing home. If you are downsizing, how will you preserve family heirlooms or gift them to others? What stays what doesn’t? What are the implications of moving for yourself and your relationships? Join us as we learn to make informed decisions and leave the workshop with a list of what you need to consider for your future. Make the decision while you can, prior to being forced to make one in haste or someone else making that decision for you. In partnership with Mango Tango Interiors.

Audience: Adults

75 Ways to Save on Household Expenses

Gather and share tips on how to save on various household expenses including utilities, transportation, groceries, and personal items. In partnership with the Credit Counselling Society.

Audience: Adults

All About the Woodland Caribou

Learn about the evolution, ecology and management of the iconic woodland caribou in Canada – including the future of this threatened species. Presentation by Bob Stewart, a zoologist, research ecologist and environmental assessment specialist with 45 years of experience in the field.

Audience: Adults

Blackfoot Language and Culture Class

Learn all about the Blackfoot language and culture in this seven week series.

Audience: Adults & Teens

Book Discussion Group: Adult

Join other book lovers and discover new or classic titles in facilitated discussions.

Audience: Adults

Brain Hacks for a Better Memory

Are you worried that your memory is letting you down? Discover hacks to keep your brain sharp whatever your age. We will learn daily tweaks from scientific studies from slow-releasing to fast-acting things that make a maximum impact for your brain power. Led by professor, author, and TEDx speaker Dr. Tracy Alloway.

Audience: Adults

Calgary European Film Festival: Out

A Slovak film by György Kristof from 2017 about a 50 year old family man Agoston wandering through East Europe after losing his lifelong job. Brought to you by the Calgary European Film Festival and the Delegation of the European Union.

Audience: Adults

Career Basics: Interview Skills

Improve your skills by learning about different types of questions and how to answer them. Led by Bow Valley College. Supported by the Government of Alberta.

Audience: Adults

Career Basics: Mid-Life Career Change

Learn about the unique challenges and opportunities that come with looking for work mid-life, including resumé strategies. Led by Bow Valley College. Supported by the Government of Alberta.

Audience: Adults

Career Basics: Resume Development

Learn how to create a professional resumé to put your best foot forward. Led by Bow Valley College. Supported by the Government of Alberta.

Audience: Adults

Career Cafe: Careers in Agribusiness

From farming to food production, join us for a noon-hour talk about the growing industry of agribusiness. In partnership with the Career Development Association of Alberta and the City of Calgary Youth Employment Centre.

Audience: Adults

Career Café: Careers in Financial Services

Learn about finance careers from people working in the industry. This noon-hour talk explores opportunities in retail banking and beyond with speakers from the Credit Counselling Society and CIBC. In partnership with the Career Development Association of Alberta and the City of Calgary Youth Employment Centre, Career Café provides career and labour market information for job seekers and career professionals.

Audience: Adults

Career Coaching

Drop in for free advice from a career coach. Meet one-on-one with an expert who can help you with job searching skills, interview techniques, writing resumés and cover letters, and answering your career questions. Sign up on the day on a first-come, first-served basis for a 15 minute session.

Audience: Adults

Career Conversations

Stay and chat with career advisors after Career Café to learn more about career and labour market information for job seekers and career professionals. In partnership with the Career Development Association of Alberta and the City of Calgary Youth Employment Centre.

Audience: Adults

Career Planning Workshop

Learn the latest strategies and get in-depth help with career transition and planning in this three-day workshop. Your Social Insurance Number (SIN) and some personal information will be required on a “Register a Person” form protected by the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIP). This information is entered into a Provincial Client tracking system to show workshop attendance. Data is collected so that Alberta Works can also identify who is benefitting from what programs and in which location. The Library does not have access to the information collected. Attendance is required at all three classes. In partnership with Alberta Works.

Audience: Adults

CBC’s The Secret Life of Canada – Live podcast recording (Co-presented with the Calgary Public Library as part of its Podcast Live! series)

The hit irreverent CBC podcast, The Secret Life of Canada, comes to the HPRodeo for one night only to open up the secret life files of our beloved (and secretive) home town. Learn more about the terrible, hilarious, dirty and wonderful history of Canada with some random pop culture references from the early 00’s thrown in. Join hosts Falen Johnson, Leah-Simone Bowen and special guests in this history podcast about the country you know and the stories you don’t. To register: https://shop.artscommons.ca/14619/14620 HPRodeo: https://www.hprodeo.ca/2020/cbcs-the-secret-life-of-canada-podcast

Audience: Adults

Central Library Tour

Discover the unique and innovative elements of Central Library’s spaces, services, art and iconic architecture in a free public tour led by a volunteer guide.

Audience: Adults

Creative Stretch

Practice wholistic techniques for living a creative life with an expert facilitator. Incorporates gentle yoga. In partnership with Downstage Theatre. Attendees are encouraged to bring along a yoga mat.

Audience: Adults & Teens - Ages 16 and up

Cree Language and Culture Class

Learn all about the Cree language and culture in this seven week beginners program series.

Audience: Adults & Teens

Don't Get Scammed

Understand fraud and how to protect yourself. Learn what fraud is, the types of fraud, about identity theft, advertising and sales tactics. Find out the signs you may be a victim of fraud, actions to take if you are a victim, and steps to protect yourself from scams. In partnership with Chartered Professional Accountants Canada.

Audience: Adults

Effective Tax Strategies

Learn to minimize the amount of tax you pay, understand basic tax law, be proactive in tax planning and how to organize your records. Topics covered include, how to achieve your tax goals, reducing taxable income, tax deductions versus tax credits, increasing deductions, and using tax credits. Learning materials include an Organizer Worksheet to track documents, Tax Rate tables by province, CPA Canada’s Personal Tax Planner Guide, a comprehensive resource for tax planning strategies and the CRA’s Fairness and Taxpayer Bill of Rights that specifies the rights and obligations of the tax payer, and the commitments of the CRA. In partnership with Chartered Professional Accountants Canada.

Audience: Adults

Energize with Grizzlies

Discover what energy efficiency and grizzly bears have in common in this interactive event focused on Alberta’s wilderness. Learn about how climate change and habitat loss affect grizzly bears, then explore solutions to protecting wildlife and the positive impacts we can all have on our landscapes. In partnership with The Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society.

Audience: Adults

Enrich Your Kids

Learn how to teach your children about money, budgeting, savings, and more. Introduce the concept of money in this kid-friendly program aimed at adults. In partnership with Money Mentors.

Audience: Adults

European Union Film Series: One Step Behind the Seraphim

Join us for a Romanian drama directed by Daniel Sandu that tells the story of Gabriel, a teenager who wants to become a priest. In partnership with the European Cultural Society of Calgary and the Delegation of the European Union.

Audience: Adults

Facts About Tax

Learn who should file a tax return and the many government benefits gained from filing your return. Discover the difference between a tax credit and a deduction. Learn how to file a tax return and what happens after you file. Get an overview of the Canadian income tax system. Make a plan for your refund or benefits. Find out where to get help. Handouts include a Sample Notice of Assessment and a Document Organizer Worksheet. In partnership with Chartered Professional Accountants Canada.

Audience: Adults

Family History Coaching

Drop in for help with genealogy research. In partnership with the Alberta Family Histories Society.

Audience: Adults

Family Law Workshop: Property Division

Learn how to effectively divide your matrimonial or common law property with Calgary Legal Guidance. You will be informed on how to divide your assets, debts, obligations and property rights, when your relationship breaks down, and what steps are involved.

Audience: Adults

Generating and Disseminating the Evidence to Improve Cardiovascular Health

This talk is presented by Robert Cali, MD, MACC. Dr. Califf is the winner of the The Libin/AHFMR prize for Excellence in Cardiovascular Research which is awarded to a world-class basic, clinical or health researcher whose work is deemed to have had a major impact on the understanding, prevention, recognition or treatment of cardiovascular health. Dr. Califf is vice chancellor for health data science for the Duke University School of Medicine; director of Duke Forge, Duke’s center for health data science; and the Donald F. Fortin, MD, Professor of Cardiology. In November of 2019 he will be stepping into the role of Head of Medical Strategy and Policy for Verily and Google Health. Dr. Cali? was the founding director of the Duke Clinical Research Institute and is one of the most frequently cited authors in biomedical science. In partnership with the Libin Cardiovascular Institute UCalgary. To register go to: https://lecture-drcaliff.eventbrite.ca

Audience: Adults

Getting Started with LinkedIn

Learn to connect, find employment, and build professional relationships using LinkedIn, a social networking website. Your Social Insurance Number (SIN) and some personal information will be required on a “Register a Person” form protected by the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIP). This information is entered into a Provincial Client tracking system to show workshop attendance. Data is collected so that Alberta Works can also identify who is benefitting from what programs and in which location. The Library does not have access to the information collected. The next class in this series is LinkedIn for Work Search. In partnership with Alberta Works.

Audience: Adults - Ages 18 and up

Grief and the Holidays

The holiday season is a difficult time for people who are grieving. Knowing how to work with our grief process and still enjoy the holidays is a delicate balance. Join author Maria Kliavkoff, as she reads from her new book, Healthy Mourning, Happy Loving: 52 Ways to Convert Your Grief to Mourning with Ease and Grace. Together we will discover ways to enjoy the holidays and honour our loved ones. The book will be available for purchase. Light refreshments will be served. In partnership with MKFacilitations and Healthy Mourning Publications.

Audience: Adults

I'm with the Band: Hits of the 80's

Join us and other musicians in the band. Bring any instrument to play your favorite 80's hits. Music chords and structure provided.

Audience: Adults & Teens

I'm with the band: Hits of the 90s

Join us and other musicians in the band. Bring any instrument to play your favorite 90's hits. Music chords and structure provided.

Audience: Adults & Teens

Indigenous Authors Book Launch

In the Indigenous Writers Workshop, aspiring Treaty 7 writers worked with author Richard Van Camp to create children's books in their respective traditional language. Join us as we share the books written and illustrated during this recent workshop! Authors and Illustrators will answer questions about their books and the processes behind them, and light refreshments will be served. The books will be added to the Library's permanent collection at several community Library locations.

Audience: All Ages

Indigenous Placemaking at the Library

Join us for a presentation and panel discussion showcasing the artists selected for phase two of the Indigenous Placemaking initiative at Calgary Public Library. Reception to follow.

Audience: All Ages

It's Your Money: CRA Digital Services

Learn about My Account, Netfile, Express Notice of Assessment, and other online services. In partnership with Canada Revenue Agency.

Audience: Adults

Job Desk

Meet with a trained career coach who can help with job searching, resume and cover letter development, interview skills, and more. In partnership with Career Connection. Supported by the Government of Alberta and Career and Employment Information Services (CEIS).

Audience: Adults & Teens

Know Your Money

Gain a better understanding of how to be a good money manager and make informed decisions. Learn how to read your paystub and how it connects to your T4 income slip. Develop your knowledge of credit lenders, credit scores and report. Explore bank account or investment options for your money. Learning Materials include a Financial Fitness Self-Assessment, Sample Pay Stub, Sample T4 Slip, Banking Financial Services, Banks and Credit Unions, Credit Basics, Credit Reporting, and Understanding Your Credit Score. In partnership with Chartered Professional Accountants Canada.

Audience: Adults

Law at Your Library: Business Law

Learn about how to effectively run a business, by learning for example how to set-up a business, what procedures you must follow, what your rights/ responsibilities and duties are as a business owner, and how to comply with the employment standards and laws. In partnership with Calgary Legal Guidance.

Audience: Adults

Law at Your Library: Immigration Law - Family Sponsorship in and out of Canada

Whether you are living inside or outside of Canada, learn how to sponsor your, with Calgary Legal Guidance. You will learn about whether or not you are eligible, the process, your obligations, and costs.

Audience: Adults

Law at Your Library: Legal Information - Beyond the Basics

Are you curious about a particular legal issue? Learn about legal resources and research strategies in this hands-on program. In partnership with Alberta Law Libraries.

Audience: Adults

Law at Your Library: Legal Information - We’ll Make It Easier

Are you curious about the law? Learn about freely available, quality legal and community support information in this hands-on program. In partnership with Alberta Law Libraries.

Audience: Adults

Law at Your Library: Living Common Law

Join Calgary Legal Guidance and learn about what it means to live in a common law relationship or adult independent partnership. Topics include timing, rights, terminology, and your options.

Audience: Adults

Law at Your Library: What We Need to Know When Appointed Representative/Executor/Agent for Estate Law

Join Calgary Legal Guidance to learn about what your duties are as an appointed executor. Learn about what the next steps may be, and how to effectively manage the estate.

Audience: Adults

Law at Your Library: Wills and Estates

Come and learn to plan for your future with Calgary Legal Guidance’s information session on wills and estates. Learn the terminology, such as what an executor is, and when a guardian is required. Learn about how to plan your will, and what will happen in case you pass away before creating one.

Audience: Adults

Living Fully - Aging Mindfully: Senior's Emotional Well Being

Depression is a common problem for older adults, and seniors have amongst the highest rates of suicide worldwide. Learn about depression and the steps you can take to make your mental health a priority at any age. In partnership with the Calgary Counselling Centre.

Audience: Adults

Mysteries of Chinese Opera Revealed!

Learn the origin, history, and traditional roles of Kunqu Opera. Observe a live demonstration of typical movements that take place on the Kunqu opera stage, including “walking,”“dressing up,” “picking flowers,” and “rowing.” Enjoy performances of famous repertoires of the traditional Chinese opera with live accompaniment by the Chinese Traditional Theatre Group. Born in Kunshan, Suzhou, China in the 14th century, Kun Qu dominated Chinese theatre for nearly 300 years starting from the middle of the Ming Dynasty. It is one of the oldest Chinese Han operas and is considered a treasure of Chinese opera. It was listed as one of the "masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity" by UNESCO in 2001. Combining song, recital, martial arts, and dance, Kunqu Opera is famous for its beautiful lyrics and singing. In partnership with Facet Music, a Canadian non-profit organization dedicated to promoting Asian performing arts. More details of their events can be found at www.facetmusic.ca.

Audience: Adults

Parks and Nature at the End of Life

Learn about the role parks and nature can play in palliative care, grief and loss, and memorializing. Join us for a screening of a short documentary film by researchers Jennell Rempel and Sonya Jakubec, followed by a discussion of their stories, research discoveries, and possibilities for you to integrate nature into end of life experiences. In partnership with Mount Royal University and Alberta Parks.

Audience: Adults

Planning for Retirement

Plan for the retirement you desire using a comprehensive checklist, guides, and online calculators. Find out why government payments may not be enough to fund retirement and how to become proactive and start retirement planning early. Discover the benefits of using government tax deferral/saving opportunities, participating in company pension plans and non-registered investments. Learn how much you need to save, retirement saving strategies, sources of retirement income and about government plans (RRSP, TFSA, CPP, OAS, GIS), employer pensions and non-registered investments. In partnership with Chartered Professional Accountants Canada.

Audience: Adults

PrintedWord: The Salon Series with Jani Krulc and Ryan Statz

In 2017, Alberta Printmakers and Loft 112 initiated Print(ed) Word to explore book inspired relationships. The result was a collaboration between a selection of 12 Alberta printmakers and 12 writers. Print(ed) Word is a collection of 12 handmade artist books now on permanent display at Central Library. Join the authors and artists for a series of presentations on their writing, art, and the process of collaborating to make their book. Presented with the generous support of the J K L MacLachlan Family Fund.

Audience: Adults

Reflexology, A Holistic Approach to Health and Wellness

Explore a brief history of reflexology, along with a more thorough discussion about its health and wellness benefits, and a demonstration of easy and effective self-care techniques. Reflexology is a natural non-invasive modality that can assist the body to achieve balance and harmony, where all systems function at optimum levels. One lucky volunteer will receive a hands-on demonstration of how reflexology is administered. In partnership with Step Forward To Better Health.

Audience: Adults

Seasonal Greenery

Join expert gardeners for a demonstration of how to create a low waste, low cost holiday creation with a horticultural twist! One lucky attendee will walk away with the final product. In partnership with the Calgary Horticultural Society.

Audience: Adults

Small Business Tuesdays: Employment Law for Small Business Owners

Learn about employment standards, employer liabilities, human rights, and privacy issues. In partnership with Calgary Legal Guidance.

Audience: Adults

Small Business Tuesdays: Introduction to the Business Financing Landscape

Looking for financing for your startup or growing business? In this comprehensive workshop learn about the difference between debt and equity, the truth about grants, what funders look for, alternative financing options, and more. In partnership with Business Link.

Audience: Adults

Small Business Tuesdays: Starting a Business in Alberta for Immigrant Entrepreneurs

Join us to learn about business culture in Alberta and how your own cultural background can help you succeed. We’ll also cover the startup process in Alberta and resources available to support you. In partnership with Business Link.

Audience: Adults

Small Business Tuesdays: Startup Steps

Have an idea for starting your own business? Discover if entrepreneurship is right for you and how to turn your idea into reality with the tools, resources, and guidance to help along the way. In partnership with Business Link.

Audience: Adults

Stretching in Savings

Learn how to save more and spend less using some basic tools. Take control of your spending by defining your savings plan and setting goals. Create a budget to help develop a plan personalized for you. Discover how to invest your savings to achieve your goals. Learning materials include a Goal Setting worksheet, Income Tracker, Spending Tracker, Debt List, Monthly Budget, Sample Budget and Finding Money. In partnership with Chartered Professional Accountants Canada.

Audience: Adults

Survive & Thrive After Job Loss

Learn how to move forward after job loss or changes in your career. Learn to budget, how to deal with debt, and find out about other options, such as becoming a contractor, starting your own business, retraining or school. Discover how your reactions are normal and what to do to deal with your emotions, make positive actions and stabilize your life in this new "normal". Learning materials include free Survive and Thrive: Move ahead financially after losing your job handout. In partnership with Chartered Professional Accountants Canada.

Audience: Adults

Swingin' Sundays

Learn to swing dance with our beginner-friendly introductory lessons starting at 1 pm and social dancing from 2-4 pm. No partner or experience required. In Partnership with Top Cat Swing.

Audience: Adults

Tackle Debt

Find out how to manage your current credit and build borrowing power for the future by dealing with your debts today. Presented by Money Mentors.

Audience: Adults

Talking Books Group

A monthly review of new titles from the Library's special collections for blind or visually impaired members.

Audience: Adults

TEDxCalgary Meetup

Watch a TED Talk video, share your thoughts with other curious explorers, and hear ideas on related topics. Visit www.MeetUp.com/TEDxCalgary-Community/ for topics.

Audience: Adults

The Journey Out of Debt

Learn what credit it and how it works. Understand the difference between good and bad debt. Find out the cost of debt and only making minimum payments on what you owe. Discover how payday loan companies operate and the cost of borrowing from them. Explore how to take control of debt including assessing the amount you owe, debt repayment options, and dealing with creditors or collection agencies. Learning materials include, a Goal Setting Worksheet, Debt List, Monthly Budget, Credit Report Providers, Debt Collection Rules and a list of terms you need to know. In partnership with Chartered Professional Accountants Canada.

Audience: Adults

The Sandwich Generation: Helping Manage Your Money

Learn about budgeting strategies for the generation who is taking care of their aging parents while also supporting their children. In partnership with Money Mentors.

Audience: Adults

Wild Coasts of Canada

Canadian Geographic photographer-in-residence Scott Forsyth teams up with singer-songwriter David Newland for a celebration of Canada’s three coastal regions. The performance features projected photographs from Scott's new book The Wild Coasts of Canada, and original songs from David's new CD NORTHBOUND. Personal stories of connections to nature and culture are woven throughout—with spectacular drone footage as an eye-popping bonus!

Audience: Adults

Work Search Workshop

Learn how to get results from your applications, access the hidden job market, and improve networking skills. Your Social Insurance Number (SIN) and some personal information will be required on a “Register a Person” form protected by the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIP). This information is entered into a Provincial Client tracking system to show workshop attendance. Data is collected so that Alberta Works can also identify who is benefitting from what programs and in which location. The Library does not have access to the information collected. In partnership with Alberta Works.

Audience: Adults

Yoga at Central Library!

Join us for a fun, gentle yoga class in the Shaikh Family Welcome Gallery. Students of all levels and experience are welcome, including beginners. In partnership with Yoga Shala Calgary.

Audience: Adults & Teens

Zero to Hero

Experience a program that empowers women who have survived domestic abuse by learning about psychological coping skills, financial literacy, and self-defense. Men also welcome. In partnership with Gems to Gems.

Audience: Adults

Zouk - Brazilian Dance Experience in YYC

Break out of your shell and join us for fun, beginner friendly workshops to learn the basics of zouk! Zouk is a Brazilian partner dance originated from lambada. In partnership with Zouk YYC.

Audience: Adults

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