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September Programs Paused
Regular programs will be paused in September and Library News will be available September 12.
Research & Local History
Are you interested in finding a photograph? Requesting an obituary? We can help.
Babies & Toddlers Together
Join us for 20 to 30 minutes of songs and rhymes for kids too young to attend a regular storytime. We’ll work on early literacy and listening skills. See all of our programs for babies and toddlers.
SPL Music QuestComplete your listening profile to receive monthly listening suggestions from our expert staff.
The Word On The StreetCatch SPL at the fifth annual, free public festival that celebrates the written word and champions literacy.
TeensSPL offers creative and engaging programs for teens that appeal to those with a variety of interests. Whether your're looking to play video games on a really big TV or share your love of the library with others teens your age, we're sure you'll find something you like.
Join SPL’s friendly online book club! We will explore a new book every month with thought-provoking questions and discussion, all from the comfort of your own home.
Assistive ServicesNo matter what your level of ability, SPL has resources and staff to assist you!
Memories of Aboriginal children growing up in Saskatchewan in the 1940s come to life in readings from Joseph Auguste Merasty, David Carpenter, Ken Caron, Angela Caron and music by John Arcand.
English Conversation Book Club
Want to improve your reading skills? Practice English while learning about famous Canadians and other heroes.
SPL at Nuit Blanche
Don't miss SPL at this year's Nuit Blanche. The Bikebrary will be making a special appearance!
AKA Gallery Reading ListInk Trade is a collaborative exhibition of work from Saskatoon’s own Ink Slab Printmakers and Kamloops Printmakers Society.
Nutritional Advice: Is There a Solution to the Confusion?
Eating has become a confusing experience. Dr. Joe Schwarcz, Director of McGill University’s Office for Science & Society, will help guide us through today's nutritional maze.
Who Came Before UsA simple guide to one of our popular Local History subject searches.
Celebrating International Literacy Day!
Stop by our table at the Broadway Street Fair September 12.