Library events planned for Alberta Culture Days

Sylvan Lake Library is your one-stop destination for Alberta Culture Days this year.

by Corrie Brown

Sylvan Lake Library is your one-stop destination for Alberta Culture Days this year.

The library received a $2000 grant to be a host celebration site.

We will be bringing a variety of arts and culture to the library this month, utilizing our great, local talent.

Join us on Sept. 27th at 4 p.m. for a children’s story time en français with Michelle Wong.

On Sept. 28th, we will have a Photoshop for Beginners workshop with Cassandra Hall at 10:30 a.m., and a Henna for All Ages event with local artist Archana Brown at 1 p.m.

Both days we will have various art stations set up around the library where patrons may experiment with a new style of art and creativity. All participants may take their creations home to share with family and friends.

All programs and events are free to attend, registration required due to limited space and materials. Sign up now for these exciting events by calling 403-887-2130, or stopping at the library to register.

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