Sidewalk construction has begun around Central Library. Curbside pickup is still available at: use the north side stairs and come down the ramp or access from the south-side alley. No parking in front of Central but available on 12th Ave.
RPL's Book Club in a Bag service, available to Regina residents only, provides everything you need for a fun and stress-free Book Club meeting, packaged together in one easy-to-use kit.
Each kit contains:
We have a wide variety of titles to satisfy your reading interests, including:
Check out our new online Book Clubs – a great way to enjoy the book club experience and connect with others while maintaining social distancing. The programs are conducted through Zoom and you can look for ebook and eaudiobook versions of the titles through Overdrive/Libby or Hoopla .
New! Book a Zoom Room
Does your Book Club need an online meeting space? Contact our hotline at 306.777.6000 to book a Zoom room for your next meeting.
Bookings are available for up to three months in advance, during the following times:
Please book your room two weeks ahead of your meeting date. You must have an RPL library card to book a Zoom room.
Literacy Book club in a Bag was created for Book Clubs for adults who wish to improve their reading and discussion skills in a social setting.
The Literacy Book Club in a Bag offers the same materials as our standard Book Club in a Bag kits, with titles that are suited to EAL students, adults who struggle with literacy, and adults who enjoy shorter stories.
Call Literacy Services at 306.777.6009 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to book a Literacy Book Club in a Bag for your group.
While we are pleased to supply access to our Book Club in a Bag kits, we cannot endorse the gathering of people in any way that does not conform to the Saskatchewan Health guidelines for public and private gatherings.
Please help keep yourself, your club members, and our community safe by following the Province's most recent guidelines for public and private gatherings.
That information is available on the Saskatchewan Government website.
Stay safe, and happy reading!
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