Regina Public Library not requesting mill rate increase
The Regina Public Library (RPL) Board of Directors will not approach Regina City Council to request a mill rate increase to supplement its 2017 budget. The decision was made Wednesday night.View release
Cost-cutting forces closure of borders between libraries
Effective this morning, electronic borders between Saskatchewan libraries are closing, meaning customers will no longer have access to the province-wide range of materials they’ve been using for decades. View release
RPL Concerned cuts will hurt customers
Regina Public Library is concerned about the effects of recent cuts to library funding in the province. View full release
Regina Public Library Board of Directors is pleased to announce the election of Sean Quinlan to serve as Board Chair. View full release.
Aerial video showcases Mâmawêyatitân Centre at 75 per cent complete
A video released today showcases the new Mâmawêyatitân Centre in North Central Regina. The Centre is now more than 75 per cent complete and continues to be on time and on budget. View full release.
Celebrate 85 years of Connaught Branch
Celebrate with Regina Public Library’s Connaught Branch as it turns 85 years old! View full release.
Celebrate 50 years of Regent Place Branch
Celebrate with Regina Public Library’s Regent Place Branch as it turns 50 years old! View full release.
Celebrate International Literacy Day with Regina Public Library
Drop in at Regina Public Library’s Central Library tonight between 7:00 and 9:00 pm for Saskatchewan Stories – a celebration of local writing, music, art, food and drink, in honour of International Literacy Day. View the full release.
Book drop fire affects Central Library
Regina’s Central Library suffered damages to its main lobby from a fire set in the book drop early Tuesday morning. View full release.
Roula Partheniou: Chalk to Cheese opens at Dunlop Art Gallery
Dunlop Art Gallery’s latest exhibition, by Toronto artist Roula Partheniou, asks the viewer to consider how we come to know and understand the commonplace objects that surround us. View full release.
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