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Coming up at RDPL

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Coming up at RDPL

Library News & Updates

All Indoor In-Person Programs On Hold Until Further Notice

All Indoor In-Person Programs On Hold Until Further Notice

Sep 16, 2021
In response to Alberta's latest public health measures, RDPL will temporarily pause all indoor in-person programs until further notice.
Masks are Mandatory Effective September 4, 2021

Masks Mandatory at all Library Branches

Sep 03, 2021
Effective Saturday, September 4, 2021, masks are once again required for all Red Deer Public Library visitors, staff, and volunteers.

COVID Updates

Please note that our service levels, hours, and restrictions are subject to change with little notice. Check back regularly for updates.

Construction Updates: Downtown Branch Washroom Project

Aug 17, 2021
Our latest renovation project is underway! JMAA Architecture will be making much-needed upgrades to all washrooms at the Downtown Branch.
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Pokémon League

Pokémon League

Do you want to be the very best, like no one ever was? Then come out & join other trainers online for a fun afternoon of everything Pokémon!
The 2021 Red Deer Reads WINNER! Join us for an evening with Desmond Cole Thursday, October 21 @ 6:30 p.m. Facebook Live Event

An Evening with Desmond Cole

Oct 21st | 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Online Event
RDPL will proudly host author Desmond Cole for the final Red Deer Reads author event, where he will speak about his book & his experiences.
Beginner Adult Yoga

Beginner Adult Yoga

Explore mindful movement, stillness, and reflection from the comfort of your own home. All levels and abilities welcome. Online via Zoom.

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