Events Calendar

    
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St. Paul QR Code Hunt

Time: All Day

Ten QR codes are spread around our community! When you find one, please scan it by downloading a free QR code reader to your phone. It will reveal a letter, some information about the place, and where you can find next code! 

When you have all 10 letters (one from each QR codes), then form a word with it and enter into our event page at https://www.stpaullibrary.ab.ca/programs/st-paul-qr-code-hunt to enter your name into a prize draw!

Facebook Live Storytime with Ms. Monique

Time: 12:00 am - 12:00 am

Art Exhibit: In Dreams Awake

Time: All Day

Between 1480 and 1505 the Flemish artist Hieronymus Bosch created one of the masterpieces of European art history. Entitled the Garden of Earthly Delights, this imaginative tour de force portrays Bosch's vision of the Garden of Eden, the earthly plan and the afterlife. The actual meaning of Bosch's painting has confounded viewers and art historians throughout the ages with art historians and critics generally interpreting the painting as a didactic warning on the perils of life's temptations.

The exhibition In Dreams Awake is inspired by this treasure of the early Renaissance. While Bosch's painting is the muse for this exhibition, however, each work in the exhibition is its own entity and seemingly unrelated to the other works. Nonetheless, each artwork reflects elements expressed within Bosch's work and like the disjointed images seen in dreams these individual visions unite to comment, like the bizarre scenes in Bosch's triptych, on life itself. The exhibition In Dreams Awake thus becomes, in essence, a contemporary recitation of Bosch's narrative.

The exhibition In Dreams Awake features art works drawn from the collection of Alberta Foundation for the Arts. Inspired by the triptych The Garden of Earthly Delights, this eclectic exhibition examines the 'earthly garden' as investigated by artists in Alberta and explores the influence of the past contemporary artistic expression.

The exhibition In Dreams Awake was curated by Shane Golby and organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta for the Alberta Foundation for the Arts Travelling Exhibition Program. The AFA Travelling Exhibition program I supported by the Alberta Foundation for the Arts.

St. Paul QR Code Hunt

Time: All Day

Ten QR codes are spread around our community! When you find one, please scan it by downloading a free QR code reader to your phone. It will reveal a letter, some information about the place, and where you can find next code! 

When you have all 10 letters (one from each QR codes), then form a word with it and enter into our event page at https://www.stpaullibrary.ab.ca/programs/st-paul-qr-code-hunt to enter your name into a prize draw!

St. Paul QR Code Hunt

Time: All Day

Ten QR codes are spread around our community! When you find one, please scan it by downloading a free QR code reader to your phone. It will reveal a letter, some information about the place, and where you can find next code! 

When you have all 10 letters (one from each QR codes), then form a word with it and enter into our event page at https://www.stpaullibrary.ab.ca/programs/st-paul-qr-code-hunt to enter your name into a prize draw!

St. Paul QR Code Hunt

Time: All Day

Ten QR codes are spread around our community! When you find one, please scan it by downloading a free QR code reader to your phone. It will reveal a letter, some information about the place, and where you can find next code! 

When you have all 10 letters (one from each QR codes), then form a word with it and enter into our event page at https://www.stpaullibrary.ab.ca/programs/st-paul-qr-code-hunt to enter your name into a prize draw!

Art Exhibit: In Dreams Awake

Time: All Day

Between 1480 and 1505 the Flemish artist Hieronymus Bosch created one of the masterpieces of European art history. Entitled the Garden of Earthly Delights, this imaginative tour de force portrays Bosch's vision of the Garden of Eden, the earthly plan and the afterlife. The actual meaning of Bosch's painting has confounded viewers and art historians throughout the ages with art historians and critics generally interpreting the painting as a didactic warning on the perils of life's temptations.

The exhibition In Dreams Awake is inspired by this treasure of the early Renaissance. While Bosch's painting is the muse for this exhibition, however, each work in the exhibition is its own entity and seemingly unrelated to the other works. Nonetheless, each artwork reflects elements expressed within Bosch's work and like the disjointed images seen in dreams these individual visions unite to comment, like the bizarre scenes in Bosch's triptych, on life itself. The exhibition In Dreams Awake thus becomes, in essence, a contemporary recitation of Bosch's narrative.

The exhibition In Dreams Awake features art works drawn from the collection of Alberta Foundation for the Arts. Inspired by the triptych The Garden of Earthly Delights, this eclectic exhibition examines the 'earthly garden' as investigated by artists in Alberta and explores the influence of the past contemporary artistic expression.

The exhibition In Dreams Awake was curated by Shane Golby and organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta for the Alberta Foundation for the Arts Travelling Exhibition Program. The AFA Travelling Exhibition program I supported by the Alberta Foundation for the Arts.

St. Paul QR Code Hunt

Time: All Day

Ten QR codes are spread around our community! When you find one, please scan it by downloading a free QR code reader to your phone. It will reveal a letter, some information about the place, and where you can find next code! 

When you have all 10 letters (one from each QR codes), then form a word with it and enter into our event page at https://www.stpaullibrary.ab.ca/programs/st-paul-qr-code-hunt to enter your name into a prize draw!

Art Exhibit: In Dreams Awake

Time: All Day

Between 1480 and 1505 the Flemish artist Hieronymus Bosch created one of the masterpieces of European art history. Entitled the Garden of Earthly Delights, this imaginative tour de force portrays Bosch's vision of the Garden of Eden, the earthly plan and the afterlife. The actual meaning of Bosch's painting has confounded viewers and art historians throughout the ages with art historians and critics generally interpreting the painting as a didactic warning on the perils of life's temptations.

The exhibition In Dreams Awake is inspired by this treasure of the early Renaissance. While Bosch's painting is the muse for this exhibition, however, each work in the exhibition is its own entity and seemingly unrelated to the other works. Nonetheless, each artwork reflects elements expressed within Bosch's work and like the disjointed images seen in dreams these individual visions unite to comment, like the bizarre scenes in Bosch's triptych, on life itself. The exhibition In Dreams Awake thus becomes, in essence, a contemporary recitation of Bosch's narrative.

The exhibition In Dreams Awake features art works drawn from the collection of Alberta Foundation for the Arts. Inspired by the triptych The Garden of Earthly Delights, this eclectic exhibition examines the 'earthly garden' as investigated by artists in Alberta and explores the influence of the past contemporary artistic expression.

The exhibition In Dreams Awake was curated by Shane Golby and organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta for the Alberta Foundation for the Arts Travelling Exhibition Program. The AFA Travelling Exhibition program I supported by the Alberta Foundation for the Arts.

Summer Reading Program Check in Day

Time: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

If you are registered to SRP this week, come in to our program for a check in.

Art Exhibit: In Dreams Awake

Time: All Day

Between 1480 and 1505 the Flemish artist Hieronymus Bosch created one of the masterpieces of European art history. Entitled the Garden of Earthly Delights, this imaginative tour de force portrays Bosch's vision of the Garden of Eden, the earthly plan and the afterlife. The actual meaning of Bosch's painting has confounded viewers and art historians throughout the ages with art historians and critics generally interpreting the painting as a didactic warning on the perils of life's temptations.

The exhibition In Dreams Awake is inspired by this treasure of the early Renaissance. While Bosch's painting is the muse for this exhibition, however, each work in the exhibition is its own entity and seemingly unrelated to the other works. Nonetheless, each artwork reflects elements expressed within Bosch's work and like the disjointed images seen in dreams these individual visions unite to comment, like the bizarre scenes in Bosch's triptych, on life itself. The exhibition In Dreams Awake thus becomes, in essence, a contemporary recitation of Bosch's narrative.

The exhibition In Dreams Awake features art works drawn from the collection of Alberta Foundation for the Arts. Inspired by the triptych The Garden of Earthly Delights, this eclectic exhibition examines the 'earthly garden' as investigated by artists in Alberta and explores the influence of the past contemporary artistic expression.

The exhibition In Dreams Awake was curated by Shane Golby and organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta for the Alberta Foundation for the Arts Travelling Exhibition Program. The AFA Travelling Exhibition program I supported by the Alberta Foundation for the Arts.

St. Paul QR Code Hunt

Time: All Day

Ten QR codes are spread around our community! When you find one, please scan it by downloading a free QR code reader to your phone. It will reveal a letter, some information about the place, and where you can find next code! 

When you have all 10 letters (one from each QR codes), then form a word with it and enter into our event page at https://www.stpaullibrary.ab.ca/programs/st-paul-qr-code-hunt to enter your name into a prize draw!

Art Exhibit: In Dreams Awake

Time: All Day

Between 1480 and 1505 the Flemish artist Hieronymus Bosch created one of the masterpieces of European art history. Entitled the Garden of Earthly Delights, this imaginative tour de force portrays Bosch's vision of the Garden of Eden, the earthly plan and the afterlife. The actual meaning of Bosch's painting has confounded viewers and art historians throughout the ages with art historians and critics generally interpreting the painting as a didactic warning on the perils of life's temptations.

The exhibition In Dreams Awake is inspired by this treasure of the early Renaissance. While Bosch's painting is the muse for this exhibition, however, each work in the exhibition is its own entity and seemingly unrelated to the other works. Nonetheless, each artwork reflects elements expressed within Bosch's work and like the disjointed images seen in dreams these individual visions unite to comment, like the bizarre scenes in Bosch's triptych, on life itself. The exhibition In Dreams Awake thus becomes, in essence, a contemporary recitation of Bosch's narrative.

The exhibition In Dreams Awake features art works drawn from the collection of Alberta Foundation for the Arts. Inspired by the triptych The Garden of Earthly Delights, this eclectic exhibition examines the 'earthly garden' as investigated by artists in Alberta and explores the influence of the past contemporary artistic expression.

The exhibition In Dreams Awake was curated by Shane Golby and organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta for the Alberta Foundation for the Arts Travelling Exhibition Program. The AFA Travelling Exhibition program I supported by the Alberta Foundation for the Arts.

St. Paul QR Code Hunt

Time: All Day

Ten QR codes are spread around our community! When you find one, please scan it by downloading a free QR code reader to your phone. It will reveal a letter, some information about the place, and where you can find next code! 

When you have all 10 letters (one from each QR codes), then form a word with it and enter into our event page at https://www.stpaullibrary.ab.ca/programs/st-paul-qr-code-hunt to enter your name into a prize draw!

St. Paul QR Code Hunt

Time: All Day

Ten QR codes are spread around our community! When you find one, please scan it by downloading a free QR code reader to your phone. It will reveal a letter, some information about the place, and where you can find next code! 

When you have all 10 letters (one from each QR codes), then form a word with it and enter into our event page at https://www.stpaullibrary.ab.ca/programs/st-paul-qr-code-hunt to enter your name into a prize draw!

Facebook Live Storytime with Ms. Monique

Time: 12:00 am - 12:00 am

Art Exhibit: In Dreams Awake

Time: All Day

Between 1480 and 1505 the Flemish artist Hieronymus Bosch created one of the masterpieces of European art history. Entitled the Garden of Earthly Delights, this imaginative tour de force portrays Bosch's vision of the Garden of Eden, the earthly plan and the afterlife. The actual meaning of Bosch's painting has confounded viewers and art historians throughout the ages with art historians and critics generally interpreting the painting as a didactic warning on the perils of life's temptations.

The exhibition In Dreams Awake is inspired by this treasure of the early Renaissance. While Bosch's painting is the muse for this exhibition, however, each work in the exhibition is its own entity and seemingly unrelated to the other works. Nonetheless, each artwork reflects elements expressed within Bosch's work and like the disjointed images seen in dreams these individual visions unite to comment, like the bizarre scenes in Bosch's triptych, on life itself. The exhibition In Dreams Awake thus becomes, in essence, a contemporary recitation of Bosch's narrative.

The exhibition In Dreams Awake features art works drawn from the collection of Alberta Foundation for the Arts. Inspired by the triptych The Garden of Earthly Delights, this eclectic exhibition examines the 'earthly garden' as investigated by artists in Alberta and explores the influence of the past contemporary artistic expression.

The exhibition In Dreams Awake was curated by Shane Golby and organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta for the Alberta Foundation for the Arts Travelling Exhibition Program. The AFA Travelling Exhibition program I supported by the Alberta Foundation for the Arts.

St. Paul QR Code Hunt

Time: All Day

Ten QR codes are spread around our community! When you find one, please scan it by downloading a free QR code reader to your phone. It will reveal a letter, some information about the place, and where you can find next code! 

When you have all 10 letters (one from each QR codes), then form a word with it and enter into our event page at https://www.stpaullibrary.ab.ca/programs/st-paul-qr-code-hunt to enter your name into a prize draw!

St. Paul QR Code Hunt

Time: All Day

Ten QR codes are spread around our community! When you find one, please scan it by downloading a free QR code reader to your phone. It will reveal a letter, some information about the place, and where you can find next code! 

When you have all 10 letters (one from each QR codes), then form a word with it and enter into our event page at https://www.stpaullibrary.ab.ca/programs/st-paul-qr-code-hunt to enter your name into a prize draw!

St. Paul QR Code Hunt

Time: All Day

Ten QR codes are spread around our community! When you find one, please scan it by downloading a free QR code reader to your phone. It will reveal a letter, some information about the place, and where you can find next code! 

When you have all 10 letters (one from each QR codes), then form a word with it and enter into our event page at https://www.stpaullibrary.ab.ca/programs/st-paul-qr-code-hunt to enter your name into a prize draw!

St. Paul QR Code Hunt

Time: All Day

Ten QR codes are spread around our community! When you find one, please scan it by downloading a free QR code reader to your phone. It will reveal a letter, some information about the place, and where you can find next code! 

When you have all 10 letters (one from each QR codes), then form a word with it and enter into our event page at https://www.stpaullibrary.ab.ca/programs/st-paul-qr-code-hunt to enter your name into a prize draw!

St. Paul QR Code Hunt

Time: All Day

Ten QR codes are spread around our community! When you find one, please scan it by downloading a free QR code reader to your phone. It will reveal a letter, some information about the place, and where you can find next code! 

When you have all 10 letters (one from each QR codes), then form a word with it and enter into our event page at https://www.stpaullibrary.ab.ca/programs/st-paul-qr-code-hunt to enter your name into a prize draw!

St. Paul QR Code Hunt

Time: All Day

Ten QR codes are spread around our community! When you find one, please scan it by downloading a free QR code reader to your phone. It will reveal a letter, some information about the place, and where you can find next code! 

When you have all 10 letters (one from each QR codes), then form a word with it and enter into our event page at https://www.stpaullibrary.ab.ca/programs/st-paul-qr-code-hunt to enter your name into a prize draw!

St. Paul QR Code Hunt

Time: All Day

Ten QR codes are spread around our community! When you find one, please scan it by downloading a free QR code reader to your phone. It will reveal a letter, some information about the place, and where you can find next code! 

When you have all 10 letters (one from each QR codes), then form a word with it and enter into our event page at https://www.stpaullibrary.ab.ca/programs/st-paul-qr-code-hunt to enter your name into a prize draw!