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RPL branches to start reopening July 9

Regina Public Library is re-opening library branches.

Glen Elm, Regent Place, Albert, Connaught, and Prince of Wales Branches will re-open on July 9. Central Library, George Bothwell Branch, Sherwood Village Branch, and Sunrise Branch will re-open on July 13.

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Published on: 2020-07-09


Regina Public Library plans to open in mid-July

Regina Public Library (RPL) will not open its doors next week, despite receiving notice from the Province of Saskatchewan that Phase 4.2 of the Re-Open Saskatchewan plan will begin on Monday, June 29.

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Published on: 2020-06-24


RPL to offer materials returns and curbside pickup

Customers can start returning materials to four library branch locations starting Monday, June 8, and pick up materials starting Monday, June 15.

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Published on: 2020-06-04


Regina Public Library sees spike in digital card signups

Regina Public Library has been working hard to help citizens stay positive during COVID-19 distancing by providing them with access to eBooks and other content, learning opportunities, and program experiences.

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Published on: 2020-05-12


Regina Public Library powerful computer resources help fight COVID-19

Several powerful computers and servers at Regina Public Library are working overtime to help stop the spread of COVID-19, even as books, toys and other library resources wait on the shelves. 

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Published on: 2020-04-07


RPL COVID-19 Response

Effective Monday, March 16 at 9:00pm, all Regina Public Library locations are closed until further notice. 

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Published on: 2020-03-16


New pilot project gives public access to free menstrual products

Regina Public Library’s Menstrual Equity project will provide free access to menstrual products at three of its locations. This helps ensure that library customers and members of the public will have access to menstrual products in times of urgent need.

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Published on: 2020-03-09


Mayor signs statement to support Regina Public Library’s fight for fair pricing and access to eBooks

Mayor Michael Fougere has joined over 90 other mayors and leaders across Canada and the U.S. in signing a Statement on Equitable Public Access to eBooks.

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Published on: 2020-02-13


Owner’s Representative Chosen for Central Library Project

Regina Public Library (RPL) Board Chair Sean Quinlan is pleased to announce that Colliers Project Leaders has been chosen to be the owner’s representative for the Central Library renewal project.

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Published on: 2020-01-16


MALAGINTO opens at Dunlop Art Gallery

In Filipino folklore, Asuang are supernatural shape-shifters who can sever and reattach their own body parts. They are vampires, ghouls, witches, viscera suckers, and werewolves who terrify villages at nighttime.

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Published on: 2019-11-04


Regina Public Library Issues RFP for Renewal of Central Library Study

Regina Public Library (RPL) has issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) seeking to identify an owner’s representative to provide research, analysis, and recommendations for a renewed Central Library.

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Published on: 2019-10-10


Flags of Unsung Countries opens at Dunlop Art Gallery

Flags of Unsung Countries, which recently opened at Dunlop Art Gallery, embodies the artist’s struggle to belong to both her Nigerian home and her Canadian one. Liz Ikiriko, who is a biracial Nigerian Canadian, uses photography to document her journey to learn more about her Nigerian father. Her struggle is that of many newcomers. How can we belong in Canada and yet hold on to the legacy of a previous home? What makes a home - is it a geography, a building, a memory? Do we choose to belong, or does it choose us?

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Published on: 2019-10-07


A Stitch and Time opens at Dunlop Art Gallery

A Stitch and Time, opening at Dunlop Art Gallery on September 28, features artists who share not a common theme, but a common tool: needle and thread. In a series of performances, installations, and community sessions, they will quilt, embroider, and stitch on different media – from linen to skin – as social, cultural, political, and healing acts.

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Published on: 2019-09-27


All Candidates Meet and Greet

Regina constituents will be able to interact with candidates for the federal election representing all parties at Regina Public Library’s Meet and Greet All Candidates event.

The event takes place on Monday, September 9, from 5 PM to 8 PM on the mezzanine at Central Library. Candidates from every political party will meet voters and answer questions about important issues in informal, one-to-one conversations. Rather than a networking event or an occasion for canned speeches, Meet and Greet All Candidates lowers barriers between politicians and the public by creating a space where voters can lead the discussion.

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Published on: 2019-09-03


Library consortium launches nation-wide eBook Club

Regina Public Library announces the launch of the inaugural One eRead Canada campaign, offered by the Canadian Urban Libraries Council / Conseil des Bibliothèques Urbaines du Canada (CULC/CBUC)’s from June 3 to 30, 2019.

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Published on: 2019-05-31


The Experiment opens at Dunlop Art Gallery

The natural world takes centre stage in The Experiment, a new group exhibition opening at Central Library on Friday, May 17.

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Published on: 2019-05-15


Indigenous Voices brings the best of Canadian Indigenous writers to the Regina community

Regina residents are invited to discover the best of Canadian Indigenous writing at Indigenous Voices, an author discussion offered by Regina Public Library in partnership with the Saskatchewan Writers Guild.

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Published on: 2019-04-01


For Every Sunset We Haven’t Seen Opens at Dunlop Art Gallery

For Every Sunset We Haven’t Seen, a new exhibition opening at Dunlop Art Gallery, creates a space in which to experience emotions as time stops, walls fade away, and the environment stills us for a moment.

The exhibition by Nicole Kelly Westman, a Calgary-based artist of Métis and Icelandic descent, was curated by Jennifer Matotek, Dunlop Art Gallery Director/Curator. It will run from March 9 to April 24, at the Dunlop Art Gallery’s Sherwood Village Branch gallery.

For Every Sunset We Haven’t Seen uses lights, shadows, silks, and colours to transport us away from the frantic pace of modern life. Viewers step into a meditative space that mimics the outside and makes you forget where you are. The artist creates this illusion by hanging silk throughout the room, softening lights, and using a light filter to create shadows that suggest the presence of unseen objects like tree branches.

Viewers are invited to sit on artist-designed furniture and take in Westman’s poetic film about memory and absence, love and loss.

“Through Westman’s beautiful installation, visitors are asked to think about memory, and consider how we might capture memories and moments in different ways without taking photographs,” says Matotek. “It prompts us to think about other ways we might capture and remember moments in time.”

Westman will be available for interviews from March 7 to March 9.

For more information about Dunlop Art Gallery exhibition, please visit www.reginalibrary.ca.

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Published on: 2019-03-08


Regina Public Library celebrates Family Literacy Day with city-wide community storytime

Regina Public Library is taking storytime to the next level, with a city-wide party to celebrate the joy of reading as a family.


On January 26 at 1:30 pm, every RPL branch will welcome families to the library for an afternoon of activities focused on sharing literacy tools that families can try at home. The highlight of this year’s event will be a special storytime presented by community partners at each location.

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Published on: 2019-01-24


Are You My Mother? Opens at Dunlop Art Gallery

Are you my mother? tells a universal story. Loss, grief, the span of generations, oceans of distance, and personal differences are only some of the barriers separating the artists from their mothers. Through sculptures, interviews, performances, and visual art, the exhibition articulates the longing and love between mother and child in a series of works that describe the search for mother with moving emotional intensity.

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Published on: 2019-01-14


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