This blog is run by the staff at the Raymond Public Library in Raymond, Alberta, Canada. It discusses the challenges and joys of being a small town librarian. Library programs we offer and books we enjoy will also be discussed.
The Raymond Public Library is happy to introduce Videoconferencing at our library! Videoconferencing is a set of interactive telecommunication technologies which allow two or more locations to interact via two-way video and audio transmissions at the same time. Our province is soon going to be celebrating Alberta Art Days (September 18th-20th). This is a 3 day celebration of Alberta's art and culture. To participate, we are featuring the following videoconferences:
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Quilters Show and Share This is an opportunity for quilters to join the Redcliff quilters group to discuss and show their projects, techniques and patterns.
2:30 PM -3:15 PM Author Reading with Betty Jane Hegerat Canadian literary author Betty Jane Hegerat will speak at the Chestermere Public Library. She is the author of a novel Running Toward Home and a collection of short stories A Crack in the Wall.
Come celebrate the Art in Alberta with these great conferences! Come into the library or call us @ 403-752-4785 to sign up!
My name is Stephanie Drew (I've worked here for three years so you probably know me by now) and I have the opportunity to be our library's CAP Youth Intern until Christmas. I will be working during the day and I am available to answer computer questions and teach freeone-on-one computer lessons! All you have to do is let me know what you want to learn more about and a time that works best for you. You can contact me by: