What do you want in your new central library?
Have your say!
The Saskatoon Public Library has launched a consultation process to gather input from citizens regarding what they would like to see in a new central library for Saskatoon. There is an online survey that is currently open www.saskatooncentrallibrary.ca and the Library is hosting an Open House March 28 / 4 – 8pm / Saskatoon Farmers’ Market.
Saskatoon Public Library is launching an all-ages reading program this summer. They’ll be kicking the program off with an Opening Ceremony on Saturday, June 17 from 10 am to 3 pm at Frances Morrison Central Library. The program will run for 10 weeks and end August 25th. Participants can enter to win weekly prizes and a chance to win our grand prize.
Here is the link to the Library website for information on how the program will work. https://saskatoonlibrary.ca/knowlympics.
Welcome Cabaret & Reading
Saskatoon Public Library, Francis Morrison Branch
Come welcome Arthur Slade, the new Writer in Residence!
Wednesday night, September 21, at 7PM is a big ol’ all ages cabaret of reading and fun featuring music by Sheldon Corbet and Brenda Baker. Arthur Slade will slip in a few readings here and there, too. And there will be wonderful, wonderful food. It’s all downstairs in the Frances Morrison Central Library.
No need to RSVP. Just come on down!
Sustainable Speaker Series:
Homegrown: Saskatchewan’s First Passive House
Holly Ann Knott and her husband have built Saskatchewan’s first Certified Passive House. She, Robin Adair (the Green Builder Inc.) and Michael Nemeth (Bright Buildings) describe how they built a house to Canadian Passive House standards with no furnace.
The event is free to attend at the Frances Morrison Central Library in Saskatoon on Tuesday, September 20, 2016 from 7 – 8:30pm, lower level meeting room, and is part of a monthly series of sustainable speakers co-sponsored by the Saskatchewan Environmental Society and the Saskatoon Public Library.
For more information about this event and other sustainability topics please visit the Saskatchewan Environmental Society at http://environmentalsociety.ca/events/sustainable-speakers-series/ or call 306.665.1915.