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Library News & Events

The Hanna Municipal Library is open Monday to Friday from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm.  The library has extended hours on Thursday evenings (till 8:00 pm)

Phone Number: 403-854-3865
Address: 202 1st Street West

The Hanna Municipal Library is open Monday to Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.  The library has extended hours on Thursday evenings (till 8:00 pm) and are open on Saturdays from 11:00 am- 2:00 pm.  There is a drop box outside the entrance for your convenience in returning books.

As a member of the Marigold Library System the Hanna Municipal Library is a member of TRAC (The Regional Automation Consortium) and TAL (The Alberta Library). Membership in Marigold allows cardholders to use most libraries across the province.

Marigold is a collaborative of 42 municipalities in south-central Alberta providing progressive library services for 259,705 residents. Headquarters is located in Strathmore, Alberta, Canada.

Marigold has 36 member libraries and also maintains 14 paperback deposits located in small communities. Residents do not require a library card to borrow from a deposit collection, which includes best sellers. Gently used books may be donated by community members. The deposits work on an honour system. 

To find out all the exciting things happening at the library, visit their website or their Facebook page - Hanna Municipal Library

 

Join the Library for events throughout the year! 


Freegal Music
During regular hours
Freegal Music allows you to download and keep up to five songs per week. This e-resource is available with your library card. 
Contact the library for more information.

Registration is now open for the Summer Reading Program that begins July 3rd. Register at www.hannalibrary.ca or come into the Library.

Summer Reading Program for July 

July 4
Penguin Craft - All Ages - 2-3pm

July 5
Kazoo Craft - Ages 0-6 - 10-11am

"The Angry Birds" Movie Night - 5:30-7:30pm       Watch Trailer

July 6
Baking Soda Slime Experiment - Ages 7-17 - 2-3pm

Jul 9
Play-Doh Craft - Ages 0-6 - 10-11:30am

Origami Craft - Ages 7-12 - 2-3:30pm

Jul 10
Draw Yourself Craft - Ages 0-6 - 10-11:30am

Charades/Word Soup - Ages 7-17 - 2-3pm

Jul 11
Parent Link Story Time - Ages 0-6 - 10-11:30am

Solar System Video Conference - Ages 7-12 - 2-3pm

Jul 12
Drop in Board Games - Ages 7-12 - 1-4pm

“Bedtime Stories” Movie Night - 5:30-7:30        Watch Trailer

Jul 13
Styrofoam Ball Penguins - Ages 0-6 - 10-11:30am

Drop in Board Games - All Ages - 1-4pm

Jul 16
Drop in Board Games - Ages 0-6 - 10am-12pm

Minecraft Program (register) - Ages 7-17 - 2-3pm

Jul 17
Caterpillar Pom Pom Craft - Ages 0-6 - 10-11:30am

Graffiti Prints - Ages 7-12 - 2-3pm

Jul 18
Scavenger Hunt - Ages 7-12 - 10-11:30am

Rock Painting - All Ages - 2-4pm

Jul 19
Marble Painting - Ages 0-6 - 10-11am

Xbox 360 - Ages 7-17 - 1-4pm

“Cars 3” Movie Night - 5:30-7:30pm       Watch Trailer

Jul 20
Egg Carton Glasses - Ages 0-6 – 10-11am

Candy Sushi – (register) - Ages 7-12 - 2-3:30pm

Jul 23
A Box of Curiosities Craft – Ages 0-6 – 10-11am

Gardening with Gaetan – All ages – 3-4pm

Jul 24
Hanna Literacy Story Time – Ages 0-6 – 10-11:30am

Drop in Xbox 360 – Ages 7-17 – 1-4pm

Jul 25
Electric Eels Experiment – Ages 7-12 – 2-3:30 pm

Jul 26
Minecraft Day (register) Ages 7-17 – 1-4pm

“Maleficent” Move Night – 5:30-7:30pm       Watch Trailer

Jul 30
Museum Tour (register) Ages 7-12 – 2-4pm

Jul 31
Puffy Paint Craft – Ages 0-6 – 10-11:30am

Funky Foam Experiment – Ages 7-17 – 2-3pm

 

Summer Reading Program for August

Aug 1
Sensory Play – Ages 0-6 – 10-11:30am

Comic Book Craft – Ages 7-12 - 2-3pm

Aug 2
Button Maker – Ages 7-17 – 1-4pm

“The Rookie” Movie Night – 5:30 – 7:30 pm  Watch Trailer

Aug 3 
Drop in Button Maker – All Ages – 10am-12pm


Drop in Karaoke – Ages 7-17 – 2-4pm

Aug 7
Drop in Karaoke – Ages 7-17 – 2-4pm

Aug 8
Tissue Paper Turtle Craft – Ages 0-6 – 10-11am

Bean Bag Curling – Ages 7-12 – 2-3pm

Aug 9
Grossology Video Conference – Ages 10-17 – 2-3pm

“A Wrinkle in Time” Move Night – 5:30-7:30pm    Watch Trailer

Aug 10
Butterfly in a Cup – Ages 0-6 – 10-11am

Drop in Wii – Ages 7-17 – 1-4pm

Aug 13
Yoga @ HKH Park – Ages 0-6 – 10-11:30am

Drop in Wii – Ages 7-17 – 1-4pm

Aug 14
Scavenger Hunt – Ages 0-6 – 10-11:30am

Elephant Toothpaste – Ages 7-12 – 2-3pm

Aug 15
Paper Plate Bee Craft – Ages 0-6 – 10-11am

Yoga @ HKH Park – Ages 7-12 – 2-3:30pm

Aug 16
Hanna Literacy Storytime – Ages 0-6 – 10-11:30am

LEGO – Ages 7-17 – 1-4pm

“Jumanji” Movie Night – 5:30-7:30pm     Watch Trailer

Aug 17
Skittles Science Experiment – Ages 0-6 – 10-11:30am

Marigold Coding Program (register) – Ages 7-17 – 2-3pm

Aug 20
Bookmark Craft – Ages 0-6 – 10-11:30am

Drop In LEGO – Ages 7-17 – 1-4pm

Aug 21
Walking Water Experiment – Ages 7-12 – 2-3pm

Aug 22
Nerf Gun Day (register) – Ages 10-17 – 2-4pm

Aug 23
Final Day to redeem prizes for Summer Reading Program

Book Club
"Do Not Say We Have Nothing" by Madeleine Thien
Tues. August 14th
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Come into the Library every second Tuesday of the month and stop by to get the reading list.Drop in’s welcome!
If you do not have the time to red with the group, you are still able to join the club and read at home!

Teen Summer Library Experience 2018! Join us June 25th to August 17th for a fun filled summer of reading, creating and winning great prizes. (Youth 8-17 years) For more information and to register visit  www.teensbookingit.com

"Into The Badlands" - Art Exhibit will be here June 20th and on display until July 17th.

THE ALBERTA FOUNDATION FOR THE ARTS
TRAVELLING EXHIBITION PROGRAM
MEDIA RELEASE

INTO THE BADLANDS

Eight years ago, TREX Southeast organized Out of the Badlands, an exhibition featuring the works from the
Badlands Gallery. In 2016 TREX invited gallery members to exhibit once again, this time with a stipulation—
create new work based on a proposed theme. While Out of the Badlands focused on the enchanting
landscape within the region, the new proposed theme challenged participating artists to visually express
unique aspects of the region from a “personal” perspective. The result is a selection of paintings and
photographs that communicate each artist’s individual sense of place. Conveyed through the twenty-one
works is the unique experience of small-town living along the Red Deer River valley. Farming, super moons,
ghost finders, storms and water towers are just some of the subjects explored. The seven participating artists
include Jim Carlson, Dianne Faulter, Bob Hamilton, Carrie Mashon, Ellen Nobel, Janice Russell and Lindsey
Stead.