The Lethbridge Public Library exists to provide residents and guests with connections to a universe of ideas, resources, information, entertainment and experience in a vibrant setting. It is the community’s gateway to literacy and to life-long education and learning. The vision of the library is to be the community’s choice for the pursuit of learning; the pursuit of leisure; the pursuit of innovation and the pursuit of literacy.
How The Community Can Help:
Read On, the adult literacy program at Lethbridge Public Library requires adult volunteer tutors for adult learners. Read On volunteers do amazing work helping their students improve their literacy skills in once a week, hour long, one on one tutoring sessions, anytime the library is open. This is a flexible, most rewarding volunteer opportunity. To register as a volunteer, please call Lil Radley 403-380-7323 or Beth Entz 403-320-4977 or register online at https://lethlib.wufoo.eu/forms/read-on-registration/
The Society of Friends of the Lethbridge Public Library exists to help the Lethbridge Public Library offer the best programs and services of any library in a community of comparable size in Canada. Membership forms are available at the Library and helping hands are always welcomed by friends. The time volunteers contribute need only be a few hours and is worth its weight in gold! Help is always needed in such areas as fundraising, special events, ‘Happening’ newsletter assistance, and also in many other ways. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org