MHPL BiblioFiles: Blog

Nov. 20, '20

#MHPLRocks: 105th Anniversary Celebration

In a normal year, we would have invited you to the Library for cake and a fun event with games, prizes, and probably a photo booth (that's our go-to). But this isn't any normal year. So instead, we're celebrating our 105th Anniversary by giving away a pandemic-approved…



Nov. 4, '20

Finding Your Foundation: A Mental Health Series

We are partnering with the Canadian Mental Health Association Alberta Southeast Region (CMHA) to offer a series of Mental Health Sessions in our Library Theatre over three Saturday afternoons in November & December. Details of each presentation are…



Nov. 4, '20

Book Clubs at the Library

Want to use a good book to connect with us and other fellow readers? Register for one of our monthly book club meets! We have an adult book club, a political book club, and a brand new TEEN book club. Read on for the details of our November meetings.



Oct. 26, '20

Scary Books To Read In The Dark

The horror genre contains stories that are meant to frighten, scare, and elicit a sense of dread in the reader or viewer. I think we all have a rough idea of what horror stories are, but where did this genre start?



Sep. 30, '20

Halloween ComicFest at MHPL!

We're not sure how Halloween is going to look this year - will there be trick-or-treating? Maybe. Will there be crowded bars with Thor and Catwoman dancing side-by-side? Definitely not.  We love Halloween at the Library because we love make-believe…



Sep. 16, '20

Your Connection To Everything: Get A Library Card

We think everyone in Medicine Hat should have a library card. It just makes good sense! Whether you want to expand your intellectual capacity and become as wise as Councillor Samraj (pictured), or you just want to keep abreast of the daily news coming from around the world - a library card is your connection to everything; for…



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Your Connection To Everything: Get A Library Card

We think everyone in Medicine Hat should have a library card. It just makes good sense! Whether you want to expand your intellectual capacity and become as wise as Councillor Samraj (pictured), or you just want to keep abreast of the daily news coming from around the world - a library card is your connection to everything; for only $5/year! Cards for children (ages 0 - 18) are always free, so getting a card for your child is really a no-brainer (in our humble opinion). If you're not sure what exactly your library card gives you access to, take a look at our quick guide below.  What…...read more
Sep. 16, '20