Otakupalooza is a fun weekend for dabblers and Otaku Manga fans! If you love manga, anime, comics, video games, Cosplay and everything that goes along with it, you won’t want to miss this quickly growing convention. Click here to view entire PSA ...
Regina Public Library Lottery 2013
Regina Public Library (RPL) is pleased to announce that tickets for the Regina Public Library Lottery 2013 will be available for purchase on Saturday, April 20.Click here to view entire media release ...
Girls Just Want to Have Fun!
Ladies of all ages will enjoy RPL programs that aim to instill feelings of positive self-worth through creative activities.Click here to view entire PSA ...
A Celebration of Cultures!
Community Connections is hosting an afternoon showcasing multi-cultural performances, ethic foods and cultural kiosks created by the community.Click here to view entire PSA.
RPL Begins Search for 2013-2014 Writer-in-Residence
Regina Public Library (RPL) is inviting applications from Canadian Creative Writers for the position of Writer-in-Residence (WIR).Click here to view entire Media Release.
Film, Fashion and Forums with the JUNOS
In celebration of the JUNO Awards, The National Music Centre (NMC), will present a unique exhibition of objects from its collection and items on loan from Canadian music superstars, at Regina Public Library (RPL) this April... Click to view full Media Release
Volunteering - Good for Everyone
Become a Volunteer ESL Tutor with Regina Public Library and you will find that the benefits are far reaching. Click here to view entire PSA.
Can You Make the Director’s Cut?
This March Regina Public Library is offering teens a chance to learn the basics of directing and producing a short video with help from knowledgeable Library staff...Click to view full PSA.
Show Us What You've Got! A Book Trailer Competition for Teens
Regina Public Library and Saskatoon Public Library (SPL) are challenging teens from each city to go head-to-head in a unique book trailer competition...Click to view full PSA
Freedom to Read Week at RPL
RPL is hosting a series of programs, events and exhibitions celebrating Freedom to Read Week (FTRW) - an annual event encouraging Canadians to think about, commit to, and protect our intellectual freedoms...Click to view full PSA.
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