Calgary Public Library downtown which is also known as Central Library is a haven for booklovers who also love roaming the City Centre.
And this is also where I decided to get my free copy of Calgary Public Library Adult Program Guide for January to April 2013. If you don’t have time to go to any branch of CPL, you may download a free copy online.
I preferred a tangible copy because as soon as I grabbed the free guide I read and marked the programs that I’m interested of joining.
As a result of my in-depth reading, I made a list of programs that you should consider of participating.
Of course, all of the programs are worth of your time; however, the following are the ones I consider as timely and with greater importance in topics regarding newcomers, saving and blogging.
- Smart Tips for Newcomers to Canada
- Welcome to Canada: Newcomer’s Session
- Socially Responsible Investing
- Make Spending Stress a Thing of the Past
- Tax Clinic At Your Library
- Travel Tips for Budget-Conscious Travelers
- Writer’s Weekend 2013
- Engaging An Audience Through Online Writing
- Photography Club
- Introduction to Photoshop
- Introduction to Social Media
Other Events I Find Interesting
- Personality Types: Understand, Connect and Work Better
- Ecopalooza 2013
- Mind, Body and Spirit Weekend: Feb. 23rd and 24th
Have you found any event and now thinking of saving those dates?
Register as soon as possible because some events have limited numbers of participants and you want to be one of them.
For now you can only register for events as early as January so you have to keep an eye and just hope that nothing comes up in those days.
To date, I have made it to one event out of the many supposed-programs-to-attend in 2012 and that is watching in John Dutton Theatre a documentary: The Happy Movie.
It is a collection of stories on how ordinary people in different countries value and achieve happiness in daily routine, financial assets, and queer circumstances. In 2013, I’ll make up for the missed opportunities and make the most out of my leisure.
For more details of the aforementioned programs visit any branch of Calgary Public Library and get your free copy. Don’t forget the Kids and Teens Programs Guide is available as well.