Coaldale Public Library events during the months of January and February.

The Coaldale Public Library is hosting another Lego Club event.

The public library wants to invite children in grades 1-6 to build, create and play with Legos, followed by a tasty snack. This event takes place every Tuesday from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

“Each week for the Lego club we have children who come to explore creativity with Lego in a collaborative environment. We normally have weekly challenges for participants for the last twenty minutes or so, then after that we give each child a snack before he leaves. That’s the essence of the Lego Club,” said Morgan Sorensen, Coaldale Public Library program coordinator.

The Coaldale Public Library is proud to be a member of the Chinook Arch Regional Library System, a cooperative of 33 public libraries in southwestern Alberta. With your library membership, you have access to collections and resources from all Chinook Arch member libraries.

The Coaldale Public Library is committed to maintaining current and highly engaging materials, in a variety of formats, for people of all ages and interests.

Many other activities for children through January include Family Literacy Day, which takes place on January 26, and begins at 11 a.m. for story time and a family scavenger hunt. After class ends, join us at 4 p.m. to sing along with local musician Trevor Christensen. Sing along and be entertained at this unique musical event the whole family will love.

The library will also be offering prizes as part of this event. Another event in January is an adult book club that meets at the end of the month to discuss popular and new fiction in various genres. Yet, due to COVID, many attending members are being held on Zoom.

February’s events are Foundational Digital Literacy Skills in Digital Media, a course run by the Coaldale Public Library, which is a free course to learn more about digital media. The library also noted that classes are scheduled for an in-person event. It may turn into a virtual event if new restrictions are announced.

For more information about the event, you can visit the Coaldale Public Library website at


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